Kodoani.com – TV anime website of the light novel series Sugar Apple Fairy Tale of Miri Mikawa and aki revealed the trailer for the anime on Friday. The video reveals the opening theme song “Musical” by Minori Suzuki and the ending theme song “Kanaeru” (To Grant) by Sumire Morohoshi, revealing additional voice cast for the anime and also revealing the anime’s premiere date on May 6. first.
The anime will premiere on AT-X, Tokyo MX, BS Asahi, and Sun TV on January 6, and on KBS Kyoto on January 7.
New cast members include:
Takuma Terashima as Cat, a sweets dealer in the capital city of Lewiston
Reiji Kawashima as Jonas Anders, the son of a wealthy sweets merchant, and the ambitious Silver Sugar Master
Yūto Uemura as Keith Powell, who helped Anne in her dream of becoming a Silver Sugar Master
The anime’s introductory voice cast includes Yuka Nukui as Anne Halford, Masaaki Mizunaka as Shalle Fen Shalle, Rie Takahashi as Mythril Lid Pod, and Tomoaki Maeno as Hugh Mercury.
Youhei Suzuki (Urara Meirochō, Planet With, Kiyo in Kyoto: From the Maiko House) is directing the film at JC Staff . Seishi Minakami (A Certain Scientific Railgun, Occult Academy, No. 6) is composing the series. Haruko Iizuka (Umi Monogatari, School-Live!, Horimiya) is designing the characters. Hinako Tsubakiyama (Sabikui Bisco) is composing the music. Flying Dog is credited as a music producer.
The Kingdom of Highland is a place where humans are masters and elves are enslaved. Ann Halford, a candy-making girl, dreams of becoming a “silver candy master”, she buys a fairy named Shall to escort her. Where will their journey go…?
A gentle story with emotions and sweetness of candy….
Writer Mikawa and artist aki launched the novel in April 2010, and ended the series with its 17th volume in February 2015. The original series is receiving a new Collector’s Edition for the first three volumes. . Volumes will ship on December 28; February 1, 2023; and March 1, 2023. In addition, Kadokawa Beans Bunko will premiere the novel series on December 28.
Alto Yukimura published two manga adaptations of the novel on Hakusensha’s Hana to Yume Online website from 2013 to 2014.
YozoranoUdon launched a second manga adaptation of the novel in Kadokawa ‘s Young Ace magazine in November 2021. Yen Press will publish the manga’s chapters in English concurrently with the Japanese release and will also distribute the manga’s chapters in English. manga in print form.