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Non Non Biyori Repeat Gets 7/6/2015 Premiere, Key Visual

Hear that sound? No, it’s not an awkward school play. That sounds more like this:

Earlier today, the Non Non Biyori anime website updated with the show’s première schedule. The series will hit Japanese the following stations:

  • TV Tokyo: 7/6/2015, 26:05~
  • TV Aichi: 7/6/2015, 27:05~
  • TV Osaka: 7/8/2015, 26:35~
  • AT-X: 7/9/2015, 23:00~

In addition, the site confirms that a new web radio series, which features the main voice cast as hosts, will begin streaming with the July 6 première. Details on the show are sparse, but expected to be announced soon.

To promote the show’s upcoming release, a new key visual was uploaded, which features the cast in a summer setting.

Non Non Biyori Repeat Key Visual 003 - 20150527

Non Non Biyori Repeat is a follow-up to 2013 cult favorite Non Non Biyori. The series was greenlit for production in April 2014 and, in the months that followed, we learned that the staff and main voice talent from the original series will return to work on Non Non Biyori Repeat.

The confirmed staff is as follows:

  • Director: Shinya Kawamo
  • Series Composition: Reiko Yoshida
  • Script: Reiko Yoshida, Fumihiko Shimo, Yuka Yamada
  • Character Design: Mai Otsuka
  • Chief Animation Directors: Mai Otsuka, Yuki Imoto
  • Color design: Miyuki Kibata
  • Background Art: Kusanagi
  • Art Director: Anna Ooizumi (Kusanagi)
  • Music: Hiromi Mizutani
  • Music Production: Lantis
  • Animation Production: SILVER LINK

The returning voice talent includes:

  • Natsumi: Ayane Sakura
  • Komari: Kana Asumi
  • Renge: Kotori Koiwai
  • Hotaru: Rie Murakawa

Over the past year, two other key visuals, as well as a pair of promo videos were released, which you can check out below:

Key Visuals

Promo Video 1

Promo Video 2

Source: Crunchyroll

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