A new anime adaptation is in our future as Shizuki Fujisawa’s manga series Yuzuki-san Chi no Yon-Kyodai is set for a fall 2023 debut. We got a couple of the basics when it was announced at the end of April 2023 but now some new updates have come in.
With the main staff and cast revealed previously, the show recently set an October 5th,2023 premiere date. Now, a new key visual has arrived below for the main cast as well as getting the theme song information. The opening theme song will be flumpool performing “Naiteiinda” while Aoi Kubo will perform the ending theme song “Sasakure.”
character promo has shown up that focuses on Gakuto as played by Momoka Terasawa.
The anime is directed by Mitsuru Hongo at Shuka with Orie Tanaka handling the character designs.
The Japanese cast includes:
- Ryota Iwasaki as Hayato Yuzuki
- Kikunosuke Toya as Mikoto Yuzuki
- Miyuki Sakurai as Minato Yuzuki
- Momoka Terasawa as Gakuto Yuzuki
- Misato Matsuoka as Uta Kirishima
- Akari Tadano as Waka Kirishima
- M.A.O as Saki Kirishima
- Fumihiko Tachiki as Kojiro Kirishima
The manga began in 2018 as serialized in Bestucomi for Shogakukan and it has thirteen volumes out so far.
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Plot Concept: The coming-of-age story follows four brothers — from oldest to youngest, the family’s breadwinner and school teacher Hayato, the aloof Mikoto who dotes on Minato perhaps too much, the meek Minato, and the confident first grader Gakuto.
Previous promos and visuals: