VIDEO: Latest "Glasslip" Anime Preview

P.A. Works' original anime scheduled for July

Pony Canyon has published a new promo for Glasslip, anime studio P.A. Works' (Nagi-Asu: A Lull in the SeaHanasaku Iroha, Tari Tari) summer 2014 original series.  Set in a small town surrounded by mountains and the sea, the series revolves around a transfer student who comes to the town during the summer vacation and meets a 17 year old aspiring glass blower and her circle of friends. 






Newly announced cast members will be making an appearance at a production recital event on May 25th.


Touko Fukami: Seria Fukagawa

the art club member, daughter of glass shop artisans

Yanagi Takayama: Saori Hayami

an aspiring model whose mother died at an early age, and whose father remarried. Now the step sibling of Yuki

Sachi Nagamiya: Risa Taneda

a sensitive girl with poor health who enjoys reading

Kakeru Okikura: Ryota Ohsaka

the child of a pianist and architect who moved frequently. he enjoys hiking alone

Yukinari Imi: Nobunaga Shimazaki

injured track team sprinter. step sibling of Yanagi 

Hiro Shirosaki: Daiki Yamashita

helps his grandfather run the Kazemichi cafe the characters frequent. enjoys climbing 



The main staff:

Original story: Kazemichi

Director: Junji Nishimura (Kyo Kara Maoh!Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clan )

Sub director: Takefumi Anzai

Series composition: Rika Sato/Junji Nishimura

Character design/chief animation director: Miki Takeshita

Art director: Toshie Honda

Director of Photography: Satoshi Namiki

3D director: Kouyu Haruda

Color design: Naomi Nakano

Editing: Ayumu Takahashi

Sound director: Takafumi Tsujitani

Music: Akito Matsuda

OP artist: ChouCho

ED artist: nano.RIPE

Music production: Lantis

Produce: Infinite

Anime production: P.A.Works (Hanasaku IrohaTari TariNagi no Asukara)

Production: glasslip project


ChouCho will sing the OP song "Natsu no Hi to Kimi no Koe" (The summer day and your voice), while four-member band nano.RIPE will perform the ED "Toumei na Sekai" (The invisible world).





Scott Green is editor and reporter for anime and manga at geek entertainment site Ain't It Cool News. Follow him on Twitter at @aicnanime.

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