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    Friday April 5, 2019
  • Puppets and Panic Run Wild in Karakuri Circus TV Anime Trailer

    TV anime based on the manga by "Ushio and Tora" author Kazuhiro Fujita continues with third cour in April of 2019

    April of 2019 marks the beginning of the third cour of Karakuri Circus, a TV anime based on the dark fantasy manga by Kazuhiro Fujita (Ushio and Tora), and the series is kicking off its latest arc with a dynamic new trailer featuring the new ending theme by BUMP OF CHICKEN. Hit the jump to check it out.

  • Wednesday November 28, 2018
  • Karakuri Circus Stage Play Main Cast Strike Poses in New Key Visual

    Advance tickets go on sale from today

    The official website for the forthcoming stage play adaptation of Kazuhiro Fujita's fantasy action shonen manga Karakuri Circus is updated today with a new key visual featuring its seven main cast in costume, including 26-year-old anime voice actress Riho Iida (Rin Hoshizora in Love Live!) as the main heroine Shirogane. Check out the visual after the jump!

  • Friday October 12, 2018
  • Karakuri Circus will Also Get Stage Play Adaptation in January 2019

    "Love Live!" Rin VA Riho Iida is cast as Shirogane, along with AKB48 member Momoka Ohnishi

    In addition to the TV anime adaptation that premiered in Japan yesterday, a stage play adaptation of Kazuhiro Fujita's fantasy action shonen manga Karakuri Circus is scheduled to be performed at Shinjuku FACE in Tokyo 17 times from January 10 to 20, 2019. The automatons including Shirogane's Arlequin are played by human actors. Hit the jump for more information.

  • Wednesday September 26, 2018
  • TV Anime Karakuri Circus 2nd PV Reveals October 11 Premiere, OP Song by BUMP OF CHICKEN

    Tomoyo Kurosawa, Marina Inoue, Kaito Ishikawa newly join the voice cast

    The official website for the upcoming TV anime adaptation of Kazuhiro Fujita's fantasy action shonen manga Karakuri Circus announced today that it is set to premiere on Tokyo MX and BS11 on October 11, 2018, and started streaming a two-minute second PV introducing its OP theme song "Gekkou" (Moonbow) performed by four-member Japanese rock band BUMP OF CHICKEN. Check out more news after the jump!