Sunday, April 16th, Yūichi Nakamura (Daisuke Higashida), Haruka Tomatsu (Hana Miyakoshi), Kōki Uchiyama (Masahiro Adachi), Yōko Hikasa (Sayuri Muranushi), Sora Amamiya (Shiho Kamakura), Kensho Ono (Yuta Shindo), Momo Asakura (Miri Yanagiba), Ari Ozawa (Rui Nagata) and Hiro Shimono (Takuya Kōno) gather at Sayamashi City Hall for an event reuniting the cast of the anime adaptation of WWW.Working!!. The visual for this was previewed today.
The fall anime season is finally wrapping up and the winter season is about to begin – but before that happens, I’d still like to take a quick look back at all the shows I watched, but did not cover in my column this season. Get a glimpse of some of the real-world locations of shows like Flip Flappers, Bungo Stray Dogs, Poco’s Udon World, and many more after the jump!
Relax this holiday season with a delicious Japanese style pudding. Only five ingredients! Click through to read more.
This fall, family restaurant comedy Working!! returns, sort of. Yumi Kamakura returns to helm the A-1 Pictures adaptation of web manga spin-off WWW.Working!!, set to debut on Tokyo MX on October 1st. Takao Yoshioka is similarly back to write series composition. Inazuma Eleven's Mayuko Nakano steps up as character designer and chief animation director. Meet four more of its characters in the latest character videos.
Last week we posted two WWW.Working!! character promos that focused on male leads Daisuke Higashida and Masahiro Adachi. With A-1 Pictures' adaptation of the Working!! web manga spin-off set to make its Tokyo MX debut on October 1, it's time to turn our attention to character trailers for Kisaki Kondou and Kenichirou Sakaki.
This fall, family restaurant comedy Working!! is back, after a fashion. Yumi Kamakura returns to helm the A-1 Pictures adaptation of web manga spin-off WWW.Working!!, set to debut on Tokyo MX on October 1st. Takao Yoshioka is similarly back to write series composition.Two more character promos have been posted with Yuichi Nakamura's male lead Daisuke Higashida and Kouki Uchiyama's Masahiro Adachi.