Farewell, My Dear Cramer streams on Crunchyroll every Sunday
Girl's soccer TV anime series Farewell, My Dear Cramer just got a new player from Urawa Kuninari High School, who is set to appear in upcoming episodes of the TV anime adaptation of Naoshi Arakawa's (Your lie in April) sports manga series of the same name. The new player, Ayame Ebina, will be voiced by Hinatazaka46 member Yuka Kageyama as her first-ever voice role.
Farewell, My Dear Cramer is currently airing in Japan, with Crunchyroll streaming the series as it releases weekly on Sundays. A prequel film project is also in the works with a scheduled release in Japan on June 11. Crunchyroll describes the TV anime series as such:
Onda Nozomi has been playing soccer with boys since she was a child. Despite practicing harder and being better than anyone else, once she enters middle school, she hits a wall. "Physical difference" ─In a sport like soccer where athletes sometimes violently collide, it becomes a reason for the boys to be separated from the girls. Nonetheless, Nozomi doesn't give up! She rejects the words "because she's a girl" so that she can continue to play her favorite sport with her friends. Nozomi is about to become a soccer star who captures everyone's attention!
Source: Comic Natalie
Daryl Harding is a Japan Correspondent for Crunchyroll News. He also runs a YouTube channel about Japan stuff called TheDoctorDazza, tweets at @DoctorDazza, and posts photos of his travels on Instagram.