Dreams Work Magic in TVCM for BLUE REFLECTION RAY / Mio Anime

Japanese broadcast schedule revealed for upcoming adaptation based on JRPG by Gust and Koei Tecmo

Ruka Hanari is shocked when her friend Hiori Hirahara climbs through her bedroom window at night in a scene from the upcoming BLUE REFLECTION RAY / Mio TV anime.

 

A new TV commercial and the official Japanese broadcast schedule have been revealed for BLUE REFLECTION RAY / Mio, an upcoming TV anime based on the Blue Reflection JRPG developed by Gust Co. Ltd. and released by Koei Tecmo Games. The TVCM (below) features the opening theme song for the series, entitled "DiViNE", which is performed by EXiNA.

 

 

Set in a world where feelings such as joy, sadness, and anger have an unseen influence on reality, BLUE REFLECTION RAY / Mio follows the fateful meeting of Hiori Hirahara, an outgoing girl who always reaches out to people in need, and Ruka Hanari, a socially awkward girl who doesn't know how to get along well with other people. Will their feelings change themselves and the world around them?

 

A teaser visual for the upcoming BLUE REFLFECTION RAY / Mio TV anime, featuring the main characters Hiori Hirahara and Ruka Hanari - a pair of high school girls - holding hands.

 

BLUE REFLECTION RAY / Mio is directed by Risako Yoshida and features animation production by J.C.STAFF. The series will broadcast in Japan according to the following TV schedule:

 

  • Mainichi Broadcasting System: every Friday during the 25:55 time slot beginning on April 09, 2021.
  • Tokyo Broadcasting System: every Friday during the 25:55 time slot beginning on April 09, 2021.
  • BS-TBS: every Friday during the 26:30 time slot beginning on April 09, 2021.

 

Please note that some Japanese TV schedules count early-morning programming as late-night programming of the previous day, so for example the 25:55 time slot on Friday evening is actually on Saturday morning at 1:55am JST.

 

Source: Ota-suke

 

Copyright notice: © Koei Tecmo Games / AASA

 

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

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