Kento Nakajima, a member of Japanese idol group Sexy Zone, will make a guest appearance as a voice actor in the eighth episode of the on-going TV anime Silver Spoon Second Season. He also plays the protagonist character Yugo Hachiken in the live-action adaptation film. Check more info after the jump.
Tokyo-based anime/manga character goods company Penguin Parade has successively announced the new lineups of its Petanko trading rubber straps featuring chibi characters all sitting in the same pose. The latest one revealed today is the student characters from Hiromu Arakawa's Silver Spoon manga. Check the lineups after the jump.
The 10th volume of Hiromu Arakawa's top-selling manga Silver Spoon hits Japanese stores today on January 8. The 1,200-yen (about US$11.44) special edition comes with a horse-shaped ema, a wooden wishing tablet which was appeared in the 58th episode. More information after the jump.
The official site for the TV anime adaptation of Hiromu Arakawa's farming-themed manga Silver Spoon yesterday posted the key visual for the highly-anticipated upcoming second season including the new character Ayame Minamikujyou voiced by Sayuri Yahagi. Check the visual after the jump.
The second part of the anime adaptation of Hiromu Arakawa's popular manga Silver Spoon is planned for winter 2014, but after that, a live-action movie hits Japan in the spring with protagonist Yugo Hachiken played Kento Nakajima, a member of Johnny & Associates' boys idol group Sexy Zone, and Alice Hirose as Aki Mikage. Get a look at the new tailer after the jump.
The official site for TV anime adaptation of Hiromu Arakawa's farming-themed manga Silver Spoon announced an additional voice cast for the upcoming second season. 27-year-old voice actress Sayuri Yahagi will play Ayame Minamikujyou, a childhood friend of the heroine of the series, Aki Mikage. More details after the jump.
The Hokkaido branch of the Japanese Post Office has started offering an original frame stamp sheet featuring the Silver Spoon anime series since December 2. The 3,000 limited set, which includes a real silver-color spoon, is now available at major post offices in Hokkaido where the story takes place. Hit the jump for more details.