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6th ‘My Master Has No Tail’ Anime Episode Previewed

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Ⓒ TNSK / Kodansha / Shunrai-tei Activity Photo Club

We learned last summer through the Good! Afternoon magazine that the manga series My Master Has No Tail is getting an anime adaptation. With the show making a formal September 30th, 2022 debut, Sentai Filmworks picked up the series for distribution and eventual home video release. The series sees streaming through HIDIVE this fall going live on Fridays with new episodes. Now, the Japanese side is doing some promotion for the sixth episode of the series which will arrive on November 4th, 2022.

Hideyo Yamamoto is set to direct it at Liden Films with plans for a 2022 debut. Yamamoto has been a series director on a few projects including Cells at Work! Code Black and Magical Girl Spec-Ops Asuka as well as most of the Strike the Blood OVA and TV projects.

The series will star M.A.O as Mameda, Hibiku Yamamura as Bunko, Lynn as Shirara Tsubaki, Takuya Eguchi as Tsubaki Byakudanji, Ayumu Murase as Sakujiro, Natsuki Aikawa as Omatsu, Ikumi Hasegawa as Koito, Yuichiro Umehara as Rakuda. Additional cast includes Ayana Taketatsu as Enishi Kirino, Akira Ishida as Utaroku Ebisuya, and Hibiku Yamamura as Buncho Daikokutei.

GARNiDELiA is on board to handle the opening theme song “Genai Yūgi” while Hinano will  perform the ending theme song “Virginia.”

The original manga series from TNSK began in 2019 in Good! Afternoon magazine and has six volumes out as of initial announcement.

Check out the official site and Twitter.

Plot Concept: Throughout time, supernatural, shapeshifting tanuki loved playing tricks on humankind. One plucky tanuki, Mameda, is no different. But there’s one big problem. She wasn’t born in the days of yore — she was born in modern, more cynical times! How can she fulfill her mischievous tanuki destiny when supernatural hijinks are a thing of the past? She finds an angle when she meets Bunko, a master of the Japanese art of rakugo, which uses storytelling to beguile its audience. Mameda is determined to use rakugo to cast a spell on humanity, but first this tanuki trickster must convince the no-nonsense Bunko to take her on as an apprentice.

Previous promos and visuals:

Ⓒ TNSK / Kodansha / Shunrai-tei Activity Photo Club

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