A second preview offers a 100 second look at winter’s anime adaptation of Kouji Seo’s latest relationship drama/comedy manga (Suzuka, A Town Where You Live) , Fuuka. Keizō Kusakawa (KanColle, Riddle Story of Devil, Unlimited Fafnir). Keizō Kusakawa (KanColle, Riddle Story of Devil, Unlimited Fafnir) is back at Studio Diomedéa to direct the TV seried debuting January 6th. Heard here, voice actress / singer Megumi Nakajima (Ranka Lee in Macross Frontier, Lyra in Fairy Tail) is resuming her musical career after a hiatus of nearly 3 years and also performing the ending theme, “Watashi no Sekai” (“My World”). The lyrics for the song are written by Seo himself.
Crunchyroll describes the manga
New meetings always come suddenly! The protagonist, Yuu Haruna, moves into a new town where he meets a somewhat strange girl who doesn’t have a cell phone. The girl, Fuuka, seems to have a strange allure that draws people to her, very much like a summer breeze. Looks like Yuu has been caught up in one wild love story!
TV anime “Fuuka” premiere schedule in Japan:
January 6: WOWOW (22:00-)
January 7: MBS (25:58-), Tokyo MX (22:00-)
January 8: Hiroshima TV (26:25-), BS11 (24:00-)
Director: Keizō Kusakawa
Series Composition: Akashiro Aoi (Konosuba scripts)
Character Design: Honda Yoshino
Music: Iga Takuro / West Ground
OP theme song “Climber’s High!” performed by 28-year-old voice actress Manami Numakura, who also voices Tama, the vocalist of rock band HEDGEHOGS in the show. The song is written by the manga author Seo himself, composed by Okinawa-born artist WEST GROUND, and arranged by SHO (MY FIRST STORY). It will be released as Numakura’s 2nd solo single on February 8, 2017.
Voice actress / singer Megumi Nakajima (Ranka Lee in Macross Frontier, Lyra in Fairy Tail) is resuming her musical career after a hiatus of nearly 3 years and also performing the ending theme, Watashi no Sekai” (“My World”), and similar to the opening theme for the series, the lyrics for the song are written by Seo himself.
16 page first press bonus manga for Blu-ray release, scheduled for March 29th
— TVアニメ『風夏』公式 (@fuuka_anime) December 29, 2016
Akitsuki Fuuka CV: Lynn
Hinashi Koyuki CV: Hayami Saori
Haruna Yuu CV: Kobayashi Yuusuke
Sara Iwami CV: Komatsu Mikaku
Mikasa Makoto CV: Saitou Soma
Nachi Kazuya CV: Okitsu Kazuyuki
Also, the latest in the series of tribute art pieces Seven Deadly Sins author Nakaba Suzuki
— TVアニメ『風夏』公式 (@fuuka_anime) December 28, 2016
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