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Pastel Memories Anime's 2nd Promo Video Previews Opening Theme

posted on by Crystalyn Hodgkins
Show premieres on January 7

The official website for the television anime of FuRyu's Pastel Memories smartphone game began streaming the show's second promotional video on Saturday. The video previews Asami Imai's opening theme song "Believe in Sky."

The anime will premiere on January 7 at 24:30 (effectively January 8 at 12:30 a.m.) on Tokyo MX, Sun TV, KBS Kyoto, and BS Fuji.

The anime stars:

Hiyori Nitta as Izumi Asagi

Mariko Toribe as Ayaka Sakaki

Yumi Uchiyama as Irina Leskova

Yukiyo Fujii as Kaoruko Nijouin

Rie Murakawa as Yuina Machiya

Naomi Ōzora as Michi Edogawabashi

Ai Yamamoto as Minami Senju

Yui Ogura as Chimari Maiko

Yumiri Hanamori as Nao Mejiro

Yurika Kubo as Rei Kurushima

Megumi Toda as Komachi Satonaka

Kotori Koiwai as Saori Rokugou

Chitose Morinaga as Nejire-Usagi ("Screw-Rabbit")

Chiaki Takahashi as Maya

Iketeru Hearts is performing the ending theme song "Sparkle☆Power."

Yasuyuki Shinozaki (Shuffle!, Xam'd: Lost Memories, And you thought there is never a girl online? episode director) is directing the anime at project No.9. Tsuyoshi Tamai (Strike Witches, Ladies versus Butlers!, Bikini Warriors) is in charge of series composition. Shin'ya Segawa (Garakowa -Restore the World-) is adapting Nero Nashiki's original character designs for animation.

The "otaku girls" role-playing game takes place "a little bit in the future in 20XX." Akihabara, which was once called "the otaku holy land," is now in decline after otaku culture itself has declined. Players take on the role of a manager of one of the few remaining "otaku shops." The manager helps to "raise" various talented otaku girls, and together, players and the girls battle a "virus" that is infecting the world of various works, while also retrieving people's lost "memories."

FuRyu released the game in October 2017. A manga adaptation of the game will debut in the February 2019 issue of Kadokawa's Monthly Comic Alive magazine on December 27. Kairaku Kano is drawing the manga.

Sources: Pastel Memories anime's website, Comic Natalie

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