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Shikizakura Anime Reveals Promo Video, Cast, 2021 Debut

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7 new voice actors lead cast of "near-future science fiction drama"

The official website for Chukyo TV and Sublimation's original "near-future science fiction drama" anime Shikizakura revealed a teaser promotional video, a teaser visual, the main cast and characters, the theme song, and the 2021 debut for the television series on Friday.

The cast includes:

Yūdai Noda as Kakeru Miwa

Miho Mashiro as Ōka Myōjin

Daisuke Nakamoto as Kippei Nagatsu

Shōto Mizukami as Ryō Hattori

Eri Sakazaki as Kaede Naruse

Natsuki Ochiai as Haruko Yamada

Shingo Yoneyama as Ibara

TYK Promotion, which is based in Nagoya, Aichi, held auditions for new voice actors for the anime's seven main characters. The staff also held an audition for an English-speaking role in the anime at Anime Expo in July. The anime's main staff judged the audition.

Asaka will perform the anime's theme song. Asaka is also from Nagoya.

Chukyo TV and CG animation studio Sublimation are producing the anime. The anime will have 12 30-minute episodes, and is planned to finish production by 2020.

The anime is set in the Tōkai region, and most of the series' main staff members are based in the area. Shin'ya Sugai (Walking Meat) is directing the anime at Sublimation (Love Live! Sunshine!!, Ghost in the Shell Arise, Yamato 2202 CG animation), with Tomoyasu Nishimura (Maria the Virgin Witch, Moribito - Guardian of the Spirit) as producer. Both Sugai and Nishimura are board members of Sublimation. K&K Design is credited for character designs. The production will use both hand drawn and 3D CG animation.

Aside from Chukyo TV, the production committee also includes Sublimation, Tamakoshi, Nakanihon Kōgyō, and K&K Design. The companies are all based in the Nagoya area. Sublimation established its Nagoya studio in 2017.

Sources: Shikizakura anime's website, Comic Natalie


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