Otome Game "Meiji Tokyo Renka" Gets TV Anime Adaptation

Hiroshi Watanabe-directed feature film was released in July 2015

In its fifth anniversary event "Meiji Tokyo Renka -Haikara Roman Gekijyou 4-" held at Maihama Amphi Theater in Chiba Prefecture yesterday, it was officially announced that a TV anime series based on Broccoli's romance simulation game for female, Meiji Tokyo Renka, is now in the works. An all-new game from the franchise, "Dance Party" was also confirmed for a 2017 release.

 

  

The story of the Meiji Tokyo Renka franchise follows an ordinary high school girl Mei Ayazuki, who time travels to the Meiji period of Japan (around 1890), and her love stories with various historical characters.

 

It was first released as a mobile game via Dwango Mobile's Animelo Deargirl label in October 2011, then later ported to PSP and released by Broccoli in September 2013. The first anime feature film

Meiji Tokyo Renka: Yumihari no Serenade produced by Studio Deen was released in Japan in July

2015, the its sequel Hanakagami no Fantasia followed in May 2016. Both were directed by Hiroshi

Watanabe (Hetalia The Beautiful World). It was also adapted into a stage musical titled "Oborozuki

no Chat noir" in June of this year. 

   

 

Poster visual for the first film

 

Main voice cast:

 

 Mei Ayazuki: Sumire Morohoshi (Ichigo Hoshimya in Aikatsu!)

 Kyouka Izumi: Nobuhiko Okamoto (Karma Akabane in Assassination Classroom)

 Ougai Mori: Daisuke Namikawa (Goemon Ishikawa in Lupin The Third)

 Shunsou Hishida: KENN (Judai Yuuki in Yu-Gi-Oh! GX)

 Otojiro Kawakami: Kousuke Toriumi (Cecil Aijima in Uta no Prince-sama)

 Goro Fujita: Jun Fukuyama (Lelouch Lamperouge in Code Geass)

 Yakumo Koizumi: Shinnosuke Tachibana (Prince Kanata in Go! Princess PreCure)

 Charlie: Toshiyuki Morikawa (Aiba Takaya "D-Boy" in Tekkaman Blade)

 Momosuke Iwasaki: Yoshimasa Hosoya (Asahi Azumane in Haikyu!!)

 

 

Musical cast visual

 

 

OP movie for the mobile game

 

 

OP movie for the PSP game

 

 

Musical dress rehearsal

 

 

via: Oricon Style

 

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