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Crunchyroll Streams The ‘Tsukimichi -Moonlit Fantasy-‘ Anime Theme Song Sequences

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The summer 2020 anime adaptation of the Tsukimichi -Moonlit Fantasy- novel series from Kei Azumi is getting its home video releases handled by DMM Pictures. The twelve-episode series is moving right along with Crunchyroll handling the streaming for it and they’ve now brought out the opening sequence for streaming at long last. This one features the theme song “Gamble” as perform by syudou which definitely sets a tone going into the show! We also have the ending theme song with the ending theme song “Aa Jinsei ni Namida Ari” by Ayane Sakura & Akari Kito.

The Japanese cast includes Natsuki Hanae as Makoto, Ayane Sakura as Tomoe, Akari Kitō as Mio, Yūki Shin as Hazal, Yuna Kamakura as Louisa, Saika Kitamori as Ranina, Kazuhiko Inoue as Patrick Rembrandt, Masaharu Satō as Morris, and Taku Yashiro as Lime Latte.

The opening theme song is “Gamble” by syudou while the ending theme song is “Aa Jinsei ni Namida Ari” by Ayane Sakura & Akari Kito.

The novel series began in 2012 from Kei Azumi and has fifteen volumes so far.

Check out the official site and Twitter.

Plot Concept: Makoto Misumi is just an ordinary high school student living a regular life, but all of a sudden gets summoned to the other world to become a “hero.” The goddess of the other world, however, insults him for being different and strips his “hero” title, before casting him off to the wilderness at the edge of the world. As he wanders the wilderness, Makoto encounters dragons, spiders, orcs, dwarves, and all sorts of non-human tribes. Because Makoto comes from a different world, he is able to unleash unimaginable magical powers and combat skills. But just how will he handle his encounters with various species and survive in his new environment. In this fantasy, Makoto tries to transform the other world into a better place despite the humans and gods having turned their backs on him.

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