Short form anime based on autobiographical manga by Hidekichi Matsumoto hits Japanese TV in Fall of 2020
Pet lovers, rejoice! Inu to Neko Docchimo Katteru to Mainichi Tanoshii ("Every Day is Delightful When You Own Both a Dog and a Cat"), an autobiographical manga by Hidekichi Matsumoto about the joys of animal companionship, is being adapted into a short form TV anime.
The main staff for the series has been revealed, including:
- Original work: Hidekichi Matsumoto (serialized in Kodansha's Palcy magazine)
- Director, screenplay, series composition: Seiji Kishi
- Character design: Kazuaki Morita
- Art director: Ayumi Miyakoshi
- Color design: Sakiko Itou
- Director of photography: Hyeon Dae Song
- Editing: Ayumu Takahashi
- Sound director: Satoki Iida
- Animation production: Team Till Dawn
Additionally, the series features the voice talents of Kana Hanazawa as Inu-kun, Tomokazu Sugita as Neko-sama, and Mai Kanazawa as Hidekichi Matsumoto.
Inu to Neko Docchimo Katteru to Mainichi Tanoshii chronicles the everyday adventures of an extremely cute but extremely enthusiastic dog, a cat that is loveable despite its extremely frightful facial expressions, and their extremely infatuated owner that can't get enough of either of them. The series will broadcast in Japan beginning in the Fall of 2020.
Copyright notice: © Hidekichi Matsumo・Kodansha / Inu to Neko Production Committee
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