Kodoani.com – Official website of the anime series based on the light novel series “Unnamed Memory” by Kuji Furumiya revealed the third “landscape image” on Wednesday. This image featured the appearance of Tinasha and Lucrezia (left in the image below), one of the five witches that people fear. Ayako Kawasumi will voice Lucrezia, known as the “Wizard of the Forbidden Forest,” specializing in magical potions and spiritual magic.
The anime also stars Yoshiki Nakajima as the voice of Oscar and Atsumi Tanezaki as the voice of Tinasha, the “Blue Moon Witch.”
Other cast members include:
Shūichirō Umeda voiced Lazar Yuuko Natyoshi voiced Sylvia Chinatsu Akasaki voiced Meredina Takuya Satō voiced Ars Kōhei Amasaki voiced Curve Chitose Morinaga voiced Narc
The anime was expected to premiere in April, but has been delayed from 2023 due to “production circumstances.” Kazuya Miura (Trapped in a Dating Sim: The World of Otome Games is Tough for Mobs, Kan Colle Season 2: Let’s Meet at Sea) will direct the anime at ENGI. Deko Akao (Komi Can’t Communicate, Noragami, The Case Study of Vanitas) is writing the series, and Chika Nōmi (Kan Colle Season 2: Let’s Meet at Sea, Kemono Michi: Rise Up) is adapting the original character designs into a chibi version for animation. Akito Matsuda (Sound! Euphonium, Liz and the Blue Bird) is composing the music.
Yen Press is currently releasing both the light novel series and the manga adaptation in English, describing the story as follows:
Witches – centuries-old magicians who possess terrifying power to the point of causing disasters. Oscar, crown prince of the powerful kingdom of Farsas, was cursed as a child to never become an heir. Hoping to break the curse, he searches for Tinasha, the most powerful witch on the continent. To meet her, he must climb Tinasha’s tower because she is said to grant wishes to anyone who succeeds. But when he reaches climax, he proposes a surprise – Tinasha must become his bride!
Furumiya (A Pale Moon Reverie, Babel) began publishing novels on the website “Shōsetsuka ni Narō” in September 2012. Kadokawa began publishing printed novels with chibi illustrations in January 2019.
This novel won 1st place in the Kono Light Novel ga Sugoi guide! 2020.
Naoki Koshimizu adapted the manga from the novel in Kadokawa’s Monthly Comic Dengeki Daioh magazine from September 2020.