Sanrio's Mewkledreamy TV Anime Reveals More Cast, Theme Song Artists, April 5 Premiere (Updated)
posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
The official website for the television anime of Sanrio's Mewkledreamy character line revealed new cast members, the theme song artists, the anime's April 5 premiere on TV Tokyo and its affiliates on Thursday.
The new cast members include:
- Kana Ichinose as Yuri Sawamura, a third-year student who is the student council vice president, as well as a classmate and longtime friend of Sugiyama
- Kikuko Inoue as The Queen Above the Skies, the queen of the Mewkledreamy Kingdom
- Yūki Hirose as Wakaba Midorino, Yume's friend since grade school. She plans to join the middle school cheerleading team with Yume
- Ayumi Mano as Kaede Akana, Yume's friend since grade school. She is cheerful and well-informed on romance gossip
- Yuka Nukui as Hana Shiraishi, Yume' friend since grade school. She loves to draw, and plans to join the art club in middle school
Maria Sawada performs both the opening theme song "Mirai Kuru Kuru Yume Kururu!" and the ending theme song "Tokimeki Collector."
Previously announced cast members include:
Aki Toyosaki as Mew
Yurika Kubo as Peko
Hisako Kanemoto as Su
Ayasa Ito as Maira Tsukishima
Eri Yukimura as Kotoko Imai
Yusuke Kobayashi as Asahi Minagawa
Rie Kugimiya as Yuni
Misaki Kuno as Tsugi
Natsumi Fujiwara as Hagi
Hiroaki Sakurai (Di Gi Charat , The Disastrous Life of Saiki K., Jewelpet Happiness) is directing the anime at J.C. Staff. Hiroko Kanazuki is in charge of series composition. Mai Furuki (Planet With sub-character design) is designing the characters. Yuji Matsukura is the animation producer.
The story begins when a middle school girl named Yume sees something fall from the sky, and meets a pale violet-colored kitten named Mew. It turns out that Mew has the power of "Yume Synchro" (Dream Synchro), the power to enter dreams. In the dream world, the girl and Mew collect Dream Stones.
The character line also has a manga adaptation that launched in Kodansha's Otomodachi and Tanoshii Yōchien magazines on February 1.
Update: Hiroaki Sakurai had replaced Chiaki Kon as the director. Thanks, ShugoYotsuba
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