Summer Time Rendering TV Anime Reveals More Cast Member, Ending Theme Song

The 2-cour series starts April 14, streams on Disney+ worldwide

Summer Time Rendering


Summer fun will begin a little early this year, with the adaptation of Yasuki Tanaka's Shonen Jump+ manga series Summer Time Rendering starting on April 14 and running through the summer ... time. Ahead of the premiere, the series revealed more of its supporting cast and the ending theme song that will be heard during the end credits.


Joining the cast of Summer Time Rendering will be:


Akio Otsuka (All For One in My Hero Academia) will be voicing Seido Hishigata

Summer Time Rendering


Tessho Genda (Taira no Kiyomori in The Heike Story) will be voicing Alain Kofune

Summer Time Rendering


Yoji Ueda (Leif Ericson in Vinland Saga) will be voicing Tetsu Totsumura

Summer Time Rendering


Katsuyuki Konishi (Laxus Dreyar in Fairy Tail) will be voicing Masahito Kirikiri

Summer Time Rendering


cadode will be performing the ending theme "Kaika" for the series. The opening theme song "Hoshi ga Oyogu" was previously confirmed to be performed by Macaroni Empitsu. It can heard in the previous promotional video for the anime:



Summer Time Rendering was first released on the Shonen Jump+ service in Japan, with the 13-volume series picked up by Udon Entertainment, which describes the series as such:


A tragic incident calls a young man named Shinpei back to his hometown on the remote island of Higotoshima, Japan. But something sinister awaits upon his return, and a chilling sequence of events unfolds that will have dire consequences for Shinpei, for Japan, and for the entire world!


The Summer Time Rendering TV anime will be directed by Ayumu Watanabe (Children of the Sea) at OLM. The series is set to stream both in Japan and internationally on Disney+ from April 14, though no details on the international release have been confirmed as of yet.


Source: Comic Natalie


Try Crunchyroll Premium Today!


Daryl Harding is a Japan Correspondent for Crunchyroll News. He also runs the YouTube channel about Japan stuff called TheDoctorDazza, tweets at @DoctorDazza, and posts photos of his travels on Instagram

Other Top News

Sort by:
Hime banner

Try The NEW CrunchyrollBeta

check it out