Psychics Make Strange Roommates in "Hinamatsuri" TV Anime Trailer

Adaptation based on comedy manga by Masao Ohtake hits Tokyo MX and AT-X on April 06, 2018

 

Just in time for Hina Matsuri ("Girl's Day"), psychic / yakuza / comedy TV anime Hinamatsuri has unveiled a new key visual (above), a new preview video (below), the opening and ending theme performers, and the Japanese broadcast schedule.

 

 

The opening theme, entitled "Distance", will be performed by Rie Murakawa. The ending theme, entitled "Sake to Ikura to 893 to Musume" ("Salmon and Salted Salmon Roe and Yakuza and Girl"), will be performed in-character by Yoshifumi Nitta (voiced by Yoshiki Nakajima).

 

 

The original Hinamatsuri manga by Masao Ohtake is serialized in Kadokawa's Harta seinen manga magazine. The story follows Yoshifumi Nitta, a young yakuza who belongs to the Ashikawa-gumi. One day, a strange elliptical object crashes into his room, and the object contains an emotionless but powerfully psionic girl named Hina. Threatened by her psychic power, Nitta allows Hina to live with him. Nitta has to take care of Hina, who is a lazy and sloppy roommate. Gradually, Hina begins to trust Nitta, because he never tries to use her power for his own personal gain.

 

 

The Hinamatsuri TV anime is directed by Kei Oikawa and features animation by feel.. Hinamatsuri will broadcast in Japan according to the following TV schedule:

 

  • AT-X: every Friday during the 21:00 time slot beginning on April 06, 2018, with repeat broadcasts on Sundays at 23:00, Mondays at 13:00, and Wednesdays at 29:00.
  • Tokyo MX: every Friday during the 25:40 time slot beginning on April 06, 2018.
  • TV Aichi: every Saturday during the 25:50 time slot beginning on April 07, 2018.
  • KBS Kyoto: every Friday during the 25:40 time slot beginning on April 06, 2018.
  • Sun TV: every Sunday during the 24:30 time slot beginning on April 08, 2018.
  • TVQ Kyushu Broadcasting: every Sunday during the 26:35 time slot beginning on April 08, 2018.
  • BS11: every Saturday during the 27:00 time slot beginning on April 07, 2018.

 

 

Please note that some Japanese TV schedules count early-morning programming as late-night programming of the previous day, so for example the 25:40 time slot on Friday night is actually on Saturday morning at 1:40 AM JST.

 

Source: Comic Natalie

 

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Paul Chapman is the host of The Greatest Movie EVER! Podcast and GME! Anime Fun Time.

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