Shadows Gather in Summer Time Rendering TV Anime Teaser Trailer

Main staff revealed for upcoming adaptation based on suspense manga by Yasuki Tanaka

Shinpei Ajiro is surprised by the greeting he receives on returning home to the isolated island of Hitogashima in a scene from the upcoming Summer Time Rendering TV anime.

 

A family funeral takes a dark and sinister turn in a new teaser trailer for Summer Time Rendering, an upcoming TV anime based on the suspense manga by Yasuki Tanaka. Additionally, the main staff for the series has been revealed, including:

 

  • Director: Ayumu Watanabe
  • Series composition, screenplay: Hiroshi Seko
  • Character design: Miki Matsumoto
  • Art design: Kusanagi
  • Music: Keiichi Okabe, Ryuichi Takada, Keigo Hoashi
  • Music production cooperation: MONACA

 

 

The original Summer Time Rendering manga is serialized by Shueisha in their Shōnen Jump+ digital manga magazine. The story follows Shinpei Ajiro, a young man whose hometown is a small, isolated island called Hitogashima in Wakayama Prefecture. It's been some two years since Shinpei was last visited his hometown, but he is called back to attend the funeral of Ushio Kofune, a childhood friend and relative by marriage, who died in a seemingly tragic accident at sea. After attending the hastily assembled funeral, Shinpei begins to suspect that something far more sinister is going on...

 

A key visual for the Summer Time Rendering TV anime, featuring the main character, Shinpei Ajiro, standing back to back with his deceased childhood friend, Ushio Kofune. Shinpei is wearing his school uniform and a tie while holding a small charm, while Ushio is wearing a school swimsuit and holding a peony. Each character stands ankle-deep in the water while the island of Hitogashima and a sky full of fluffy cumulus clouds looms in the background.

 

Summer Time Rendering is scheduled to broadcast in Japan in 2022.

 

Source: Comic Natalie

 

Copyright notice: © Yasuki Tanaka/Shueisha・Summer Time Rendering Production Committee

 

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