As seems to happen with Kyoto Animation series, fans of their latest, Tamako Market, are already studying, mapping and even visiting the locations referenced in the show. In this case, they're getting a taste of the rice cooking anime by making otaku pilgrimages to Kyoto. See the results after the jump.
Welcome to a place where the unexpected happens every day in Sentai Filmworks’ newest acquisition: Tamako Market. Join mochi expert Tamako as she tries to make life a little sweeter in this 12 episode series directed by Naoko Yamada (K-ON!) and featuring series composition by Reiko Yoshida (La Corda D’Oro), character designs by Yukiko Horiguchi (K-ON!), sound direction by Yota Tsuruoka (Clannad) and music by Tomoko Kataoka.
Sentai Filmworks' latest acquisition is Tamako Market, a 12-episode anime produced by Kyoto Animation and directed by K-On!'s Naoko Yamada. The series will be available soon through digital outlets with a home video release slated for later this year. More after the jump!
Sweet mochi rice cakes are a Japanese New Year's tradition, which makes today the perfect day for Kyoto Animation to post the latest preview for moe mochi cooking anime Tamako Market. The anime from the K-on! team (director Naoko Yamada, writer Reiko Yoshida and character designer Yukiko Horiguchi) kicks off January 9th. Get a look after the jump.
As we get closer to the January 9th premiere of Kyoto Animation's (Haruhi, My Ordinary Life) cooking anime Tamako Market, older promos have been dropped for KyoAni's YouTube channel and have been replaced by new versions. These, plus cast additions after the jump.
We get to hear relative voice acting newcomer Aya Suzaki (recently a small part in To Love-Ru ~ Darkness) in the new TV spot for Kyoto Animation's January debut Tamako Market. We also get to see its tag line play out. Namely, "rice cakes, freshly pounded." Get a look after the jump.
Four promos in, we finally get an animated look at KyoAni's new rice cooking anime from the K-on! team (director Naoko Yamada, writer Reiko Yoshida and character designer Yukiko Horiguchi), Tamako Market. Check out this, plus a host of cast additions after the jump.