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Crunchyroll Adds ‘Sweet Reincarnation’ For Summer 2023 Anime Lineup

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© Nozomi Koryu / TO Books / Sweet Reincarnation Production Committee

Back in 2019, we talked about the manga adaptation that J-Novel Club that they picked up with the Sweet Reincarnation series from light novels by Nozomu Koryu and Yasuyuki Shuri. In August 2022, an anime adaptation has been revealed with no details about it beyond it being a TV series. now, the official site and social has launched along with revealing the main staff and cast. It’s been scheduled for a July 2023 debut and now Crunchyroll has revealed their pickup for the show as part of the summer season.

Check out a subtitled trailer and details will come closer to its broadcast debut in regard to regional availability and times.

The series has Naoyuki Kuzuya directing it with Mitsutaka Hirota handling the scripts and supervising them. Tomoko Miyakawa is handling the character designs with Synergy SP working on the animation production.

The Japanese cast includes:

  • Ayumu Murase as Pastry Mill Morteln
  • Natsumi Fujiwara as Marcarlo Doroba
  • Maaya Uchida as Ruminiito Aidilichpa
  • Kaede Hondo as Licorice Mill Fubaareku
  • Hiroshi Tsuchida as Casserole
  • Rumi Okubo as Josephine
  • Yu Wakabayashi as Sheets
  • Kaya Okuno as Petra
  • Wataru Kato as Square

The manga adaptation began in 2017 from Seriko Iida and it has eight volumes published so far. The light novels began in 2015 and have twenty-one volumes out so far.

Check out the official site and Twitter.

Plot Concept: Pastry Mille Morteln, age 9, is both his father’s heir and the reincarnation of an unfulfilled pastry chef. While he dreams of a land filled with sweet treats, there’s a lot to be done first! From learning how to fight to controlling his new magical talents, and doing his best to defend his village from bandits, and yet all he really wants to do is bake the perfect apple pie… Pastry Mille Morteln has his work cut out for him in Sweet Reincarnation.

© Nozomi Koryu / TO Books / Sweet Reincarnation Production Committee