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Koi wa Futago de Warikirenai Anime Reveals Opening, Ending Theme Songs & Artists

posted on by Joanna Cayanan
Anime's stars Moeha Nochimoto, Maaya Uchida perform theme songs

Kadokawa revealed the opening and ending theme songs for the television anime of Shihon Takamura and illustrator Almic's Koi wa Futago de Warikirenai (Love Between Twins is Indivisible) light novel series on Thursday. Maaya Uchida will perform the opening theme song "Parallel na Heart" (Parallel Heart). The series' twin characters Rumi Shingūji and Naori Shingūji as voiced by Moeha Nochimoto and Maaya Uchida, respectively, will perform the ending theme song "Honey Citron."

The anime will also have a booth exhibition at MBS' Chayamachi Oshi Festival in Osaka on June 8 and 9. Special postcards (sample image below) will be distributed at the anime's booth during the event.

Image courtesy of Kadokawa

Image courtesy of Kadokawa
The anime will premiere in July.

The anime stars:

Motoki Nakanishi (Summoned to Another World for a Second Time) is directing the anime at ROLL2. Michiko Yokote (Shirobako, Prison School, Cowboy Bebop, Rurouni Kenshin) is overseeing the series scripts. Mai Watanabe (Princess Connect! Re:Dive) is drawing the character designs. Kana Utatane (Akebi's Sailor Uniform, Dead Mount Death Play) is composing the music. Satsuki Haramoto (cre-p) is the art director. Yurie Matsuura is in charge of color setting. Akemi Sasaki is the director of photography. Wataru Miyazaki (cre-p) is the 3D director. Akari Saitō is the editor. Ryōsuke Naya is the sound director. Michiyo Saito is credited for sound effects. Kazuaki Ouji is credited as animation producer. Infinite is producing the anime.

The romantic comdey follows a boy named Jun who is childhood friends with two twin girls with different personalities. He ends up in a love triangle with Rumi, who looks boyish but is an otome (maiden) on the inside, and her twin sister Naori, who is a cute otaku.

The first volume of the novels debuted in May 2021. Kadokawa published the fifth volume in March 2023. Okari launched a manga adaptation in Comic Dengeki DaiohG in April 2022. Kadokawa published the manga's second compiled book volume in July 2023.

Source: Press release

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