Domestic Girlfriend TV Anime's Ad Previews Opening Theme
posted on by Crystalyn Hodgkins
DMM Pictures began streaming a 15-second ad on Friday for the television anime adaptation of Kei Sasuga's Domestic Girlfriend (Domestic na Kanojo) manga. The video previews Minami's opening theme song "Kawaki wo Ameku."
The anime will premiere in January 2019 on MBS, TBS, and BS-TBS' "Animeism" programming block. Amazon had announced in June 2017 that it would stream series airing in the Animeism block to over 200 countries around the world on its Amazon Prime Video service. The official website for the Domestic Girlfriend anime has not yet confirmed where the show will stream.
The anime stars:
Maaya Uchida as Rui Tachibana
Yōko Hikasa as Hina Tachibana
Taku Yashiro as Natsuo Fujii
- Haruka Yoshimura as Momo Kashiwabara
- Konomi Kohara as Miu Ashihara
- Nobuo Tobita as Akihito Fujii
- Yurika Hino as Tokiko Tachibana
- Takuya Eguchi as Fumiya Kurimoto
- Takeaki Masuyama as Yūya Masaoka
- Gakuto Kajiwara as Kazuyuki Kine
Shōta Ihata (Girlish Number) is directing the anime at diomedea, while Tatsuya Takahashi (The [email protected] Cinderella Girls, Eromanga Sensei, Katana Maidens: Toji no Miko) is in charge of the series scripts. Naomi Ide (Problem children are coming from another world, aren't they?, Gingitsune, Kancolle) is designing the characters. Masato Kōda (KONOSUBA - God's blessing on this wonderful world! both seasons and film) is composing the music at Flying Dog.
Arisa Takigawa is performing the ending theme song "Wagamama" (Selfish).
Kodansha Comics licensed the manga for digital release, and it describes the story:
High schooler Natsuo is hopelessly in love with his cheerful and popular teacher, Hina. However, one day at a mixer, he meets a moody girl by the name of Rui and ends up sleeping with her. Soon after, his father announces that he's getting remarried to a woman with two daughters of her own. And who shows up in tow, other than both Hina and Rui?! Natsuo's outrageous new life starts now!
Sasuga launched the ongoing series in Kodansha's Weekly Shonen Magazine in April 2014. Kodansha shipped the 20th volume on October 17. The manga has 3 million copies in print. Crunchyroll is also publishing chapters of the manga as they are released in Japan.
Source: DMM Pictures' YouTube channel