Main English cast and crew revealed for this adorable new comedy!
It's a wonderful morning, and the adorably indecipherable Aharen is here with a special announcement: an English dub of Aharen-san wa Hakarenai is officially coming to Crunchyroll, and we have who'll be attending class when the first period commences on April 15 at 1:00pm PT.
- Ben Balmaceda (Neku in The World Ends with You The Animation) as Raido
- Dani Chambers (Rit in Banished from the Hero’s Party, I Decided to Live a Quiet Life in the Countryside) as Aharen
- Kristen McGuire (Alice in The Duke of Death and His Maid) as Ooshiro
- Jalitza Delgado (Remi in Horimiya) as Raido's Sister
- Tia Ballard (Irina in Irina: The Vampire Cosmonaut) as Miyahira
And here's the fantastic production crew working their magic behind the scenes:
- ADR Director: Emily Fajardo
- Lead ADR Engineer: Jamal Roberson
- Assistant ADR Engineers: Xavier Earl, Noah Whitehead
- ADR Script Writer: Madeleine Morris
- ADR Script Supervisor: Bonny Clinkenbeard
- ADR Prep: Brandon Peters
Based on the manga by DENKI-GAI creator Asato Mizu, Aharen-san wa Hakarenai is directed by Yasutaka Yamamoto (Nekopara) and Tomoe Makino (Kotaro Lives Alone) at studio Felix Film, with series composition by Takao Yoshioka (Horimiya) and character designs by Yuko Yahiro (Kaguya-sama: Love is War).
If you're a fan of slapstick comedy anime, don't miss the English dub of Aharen-san wa Hakarenai when Episode 1 drops on April 15 at 1:00pm PT, right here on Crunchyroll!
As previously reported, the story of Aharen-san wa Hakarenai follows the everyday adventures of Reina Aharen, a quiet girl with a blank expression, and Raido, the boy who sits next to her in class. At first, Raido assumes that Aharen has a cold personality, but she becomes much more friendly one day after Raido returns to her an eraser that Aharen had dropped. Unfortunately, Aharen has trouble communicating and is a terrible judge of personal boundaries, always keeping people too close or too far away...
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