Kodoani.com – Anime Official Website Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai -Ultra Romantic-, the third season of the Kaguya-sama: Love is War anime revealed on Friday the singers and visuals. Masayuki Suzuki will return to perform the opening theme song “GIRI GIRI” with Suu. Airi Suzuki will return to perform the ending song “Heart wa Oteage”.
The anime will premiere on Tokyo MX, BS11, Gunma TV, and Tochigi TV on April 8 at 12:00 a.m. JST (ie, April 9). The anime will also air on MBS, RKB, and TeNY. The series will stream on Abema.
The returning cast includes:
Aoi Koga voices Kaguya Shinomiya Makoto Furukawa voices Miyuki Shirogane Konomi Kohara voices Chika Fujiwara Ryōta Suzuki voices Yū Ishigami Yūki Takada voices Rei Onodera Miyu Tomita voices Miko Iino Yumiri Hanamori voices Ai Hayasaka Momo Asakura voices Nagisa Kashiwagi Rina Hidaka voices Kobachi Osaragi Taku Yashiro voices Kashiwagi’s boyfriend Yutaka Aoyama voices Narrator
The returning staff includes:
Director: Mamoru Hatakeyama Series Script Supervisor: Yasuhiro Nakanishi Character Designer: Yūko Yahiro Animation Director: Hiroshi Yakou , Yūko Hariba , Kii Tanaka Recommended Designer: Takayuki Kidou Art Director: Risa Wakabayashi Design Artistic founder: Hiroki Matsumoto , Mikiya Hiragi Color: Kanako Hokari CG director: Yuki Kuribayashi Photo director: Masaharu Okazaki Editing: Rie Matsubara Music: Kei Haneoka Sound director: Jin Aketagawa Produce: A-1 Pictures
Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Renai Zunōsen, the second season of the Kaguya-sama: Love is War (Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Renai Zunōsen) anime, premiered in April 2021.
The new season includes returning staff, such as director Mamoru Hatakeyama, script supervisor Yasuhiro Nakanishi, character designer Yūko Yahiro, composer Kei Haneoka, and studio A-1 Pictures. Masayuki Suzuki performed the opening theme song “Daddy! Daddy! Do! Feat. Airi Suzuki,” and Haruka Fukuhara performed the ending song “Kaze ni Fukarete” (Blown by the Wind).
The first TV anime premiered in January 2019 and aired for 12 episodes. The company also released the anime on Blu-ray in February 2021.
The manga also adapted a live-action film to theaters in Japan in September 2019. The film debuted at No. 1 in its opening weekend.
Akasaka started the series in Shueisha’s Miracle Jump magazine in May 2015 but moved it to Young Jump in March 2016. The series also inspired two spin-off manga.