TV Anime Sing "Yesterday" for Me 1st PV Announces April 4 Premiere, Main VAs

Yoshiyuki Fujiwara (NEW GAME!!) serves as director/writer at Doga Kobo



The official website for the forthcoming TV anime adaptation of Yesterday wo Utatte (Sing "Yesterday" for Me) has posted a 15-second first PV to announce its April 4 premiere on TV Asahi's newly-launched midnight programming block "NUMAnimation," as well as its main voice cast and staff.




Key visual:



Main staff:


  • Director/Series composition/Screenplay writer: Yoshiyuki Fujiwara (NEW GAME!!
  • Sub director: Ryota Ito 
  • Screenplay: Jin Tanaka (Go! Princess PreCure, KiraKira PreCure Ala Mode
  • Character design/Chief animation director: Junichiro Taniguchi (Magia Record: Puella Magi Madoka Magica Side Story
  • Chief animation director: Maho Yoshikawa (Assassins Pride
  • Music director: Masaki Tsuchiya 
  • Art director: Tetsuya Usami 
  • Color design: Kei Ishiguro 
  • Director of photography: Takafumi Kuwano 
  • Editing: Daisuke Hiraki 
  • Background arts: Studio Easter 
  • Anime production: Doga Kobo 
  • Production: DMM.futureworks



Main voice cast:


  • Rikuo Uozumi: Chikahiro Kobayashi (Legoshi in BEASTERS
  • Haru Nonaka: Yume Miyamoto (Rikka Takarada in SSSS.Gridman
  • Shinako Morinome: Kana Hanazawa (Kuroneko / Ruri Gokou in Oreimo
  • Ro Hayakawa: Natsuki Hanae (Ken KAneki in Tokyo Ghoul)





It has been almost five years since the manga ended its 18-year serialization in June 2015. The love story manga first started in Shueisha's Business Jump in 1997. After the magazine stopped its publication in October 2011, it moved to the publisher's newly-launched magazine Grand Jump in the following month. Its final 112th chapter was published in the latter's 13th issue of 2015, then its final 11th volume tankobon was released in September of the year.


Its story centers on Rikuo Uozume, who doesn't/can't find a regular job after graduating from university and has worked as a part-time worker at a convenience store, and follows a love triangle among him and two heroines, Haru Nonaka and Shinako Morinome. It is set in the same world with the author's another popular series Hitsuji no Uta (1996-2002).



Manga 1st and 11th volume covers:



Source: TV anime "Yesterday wo Utatte" official website / Twitter, press release


© Kei Toume/Shueisha, "Sing 'Yesterday' for Me Production Committee

© Kei Toume/Shueisha


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