Studio Seven (King's Game The Animation)-produced mystery anime is now streamed on Crunchyroll
The official YouTube channel for eight-member anison idol unit AOP has started streaming a four-minute music video for their 14th single song "Koi ni Saku Nazo, Harahara to" (The mystery blooms in love, smoothly), filmed at the precinct of Enpukuji Temple in Choshi-city, Chiba Prefecture. The Shingon Buddhism temple is believed to have built between 810 and 824.
The song is now featured as the OP theme for the TV anime adaptation of Mai Mochizuki's light mystery novel series Kyoto Teramachi Sanjo no Holmes/Holmes of Kyoto, and its CD single is scheduled to be released on August 22. The unit was formed in 2012 and has performed theme songs for Ace of Diamond, Mr. Osomatsu, Age 12: A Little Heart-Pounding, Time Travel Girl, Minami Kamakura High School Girls Cycling Club, In Another World With My Smartphone, and Cutie Honey Universe.
"Koi ni Saku Nazo, Harahara to" MV
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The TV anime Holmes of Kyoto animated by Studio Seven (King's Game The Animation) premiered in
Japan on July 10 and has been also available to Crunchyroll members worldwide except for Asia.
Source: AOP official website
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