The official website for Miru Tights, a new web short anime series based on illustrator Yom's "girls in tights" illustrations, has posted a 80-second full trailer introducing its three main girls with their character voices: Len Aikawa (Haruka Tomatsu), Yua Nakabeni (Yoko Hikasa), and Homi Moegi (Aya Suzaki). Meet the three girls in their high school life after the jump.
Along with a new main visual featuring its three main girls, the official website for Miru Tights, a new web short anime series based on popular illustrator Yom's "girls in tights" illustrations, announced today that it will start streaming in Japan on May 11 (JST). Meet the three girls who gather in a classroom at dusk after the jump.
The official website for Miru Tights, a new web short anime series based on popular illustrator Yom's "girls in tights" illustrations, announced the voice cast for its three main girls: Haruka Tomatsu as Len Aikawa, Yoko Hikasa as Yua Nakabeni, and Aya Suzaki as Homi Moegi. Check out their profile and a Valentine illustration by the illustrator after the jump.
The official website for SuzakiNishi The Animation, the upcoming TV anime inspired by the internet radio program featuring anime voice actress Aya Suzaki and Asuka Nishi, has opened with its main character visual by Yumi Shimizu (Locodol). Check the latest information after the jump.
It was confirmed yesterday that an internet radio program SuzakiNishi, featuring anime voice actress Aya Suzaki and Asuka Nishi, gets a TV anime adaptation produced by feel. (My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU TOO!). It has been broadcasted on Bunka Housou's Cho! A&G+ since July 2013. Hit the jump for more details.
Pony Canyon has posted a one-minute PV for the Magical Girl Over Age light novel written by Taketeru Sunamori (vocaloid GUMI song "Kakusei Love Survivor") and a song collection album "Magical Girl Over Age -kawaii songs collection-." The album originally released as a doujin CD in April 2014. Check the clip after the jump.
The first press conference for Sagamihara-city's 60th anniversary commemorative OVA series titled Tubu Dol was held at Sagamihara Citizen Sakura Matsuri on April 6. The story of the five-episode anime sets in the city and features 16 girls who will achieve their dreams to be top idols. Hit the jump for more information.
As reported, voice actress Aya Suzaki will make her solo singer debut with "Principle," the theme song for Kyoto Animation's highly anticipated feature film Tamako Love Story. A 100-second trial listening video (music only) for the song is now online. Check the song after the jump!
The official site for Kyoto Animation's highly anticipated film Tamako Love Story announced on March 7 that Aya Suzaki, the voice actress for the protagonist character Tamako Kitashirakawa, will sing the theme song "Principle." She previously sang the OP/ED songs for the TV series as Tamako, but "Principle" will be released as her own single. More information after the jump.