Kodoani.com – Aniplex’s official YouTube channel has uploaded a long-running anime trailer Tomo-chan Is a Girl! (Tomo-chan wa Onna no Ko!) on Sunday. The video revealed the anime’s premiere on January 4 and the anime’s ending song titled “yurukuru＊love”.
Actors Rie Takahashi, Rina Hidaka, and Sally Amaki will perform the ending theme song as their characters.
The anime’s website also revealed new main staff and visuals for the anime:
The newly announced employees are:
Animation Directors: Miyako Kamiya , Motohiro Taniguchi
Art Director: Ken’ichi Tatefuji
Art Design: Ken’ichi Tatefuji , Kouji Okamoto (Vectart)
Color Lead Artist: Tomoko Yamazaki
General Director of Photography: Yomogiko Murano
Editor: Gō Sadamatsu
Sound Director: Masanori Tsuchiya
Sound Production: INSPION Edge
The anime’s website lists six Blu-ray/DVD volumes with a total of 13 episodes.
The anime will premiere in January with Crunchyroll streaming as it airs. This year’s Anime NYC event screened the world premiere of the first two episodes on November 19.
The cast includes:
Rie Takahashi as Tomo Aizawa (Japanese)
Lexi Nieto as Tomo Aizawa (in English)
Kaito Ishikawa as Junichiro Kubota (Japanese)
Sally Amaki as Carol Olston (in Japanese and English)
Rina Hidaka as Misuzu Gundo (Japanese)
Kouhei Amasaki as Kosuke Misaki
Yoshitsugu Matsuoka lồng tiếng Tatsumi Tanabe
Hitoshi Namba is directing the anime at Lay-duce with assistant director Noriko Hashimoto. Megumi Shimizu (Banished From The Heroes’ Party, My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom!) is the main scriptwriter, and Shiori Hiraiwa is designing the characters. Masaru Yokoyama (Horimiya, Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans, 2019’s Fruits Basket) is composing the music.
Manly high school girl Tomo Aizawa finally manages to tell her childhood friend Jun that she has a crush on him. Unfortunately, her confession hit him right away – he didn’t even realize she was a girl until middle school, and even now, Jun still considers her a girl. like a brother! How can Tomo-chan convince him otherwise and win Jun’s heart?
Yanagida launched the manga as a four-panel manga on Seikaisha’s “Twi4” (Twitter 4-koma) Twitter account, starting in April 2015, and it continues on the company’s Saizensen website. The manga won Da Vinci’s second Tsugi ni Kuru Web Comic Award and streaming service Niconico in 2015.
The manga ended on the eighth volume, which was published in September 2019.