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WWW.Working!! Anime Gets New PVs, Visual, Casting Details

Get ready for a job with online proportions!

Earlier today, the official WWW.Working!! anime website updated with two new promo videos. The 30-second teasers introduce leading characters Hana Miyakoshi and Sayuri Muranushi.

Hana Miyakoshi

Sayuri Muranushi

In addition, the site added a new key visual, which features the main cast members in-uniform at the Wagnaria diner. You can check it out below:

WWW_Working Key Visual 002 - 20160826

Five new cast members were also unveiled today, including:

  • Miri Yanagiba: Momo Asakura
  • Rui Nagata: Ari Ozawa
  • Takuya Kono: Hiro Shimono
  • Kouki Saiki: Yoshimasa Hosoya
  • Kenichiro Sakaki: Kosuke Toriumi

WWWWorking Visual 001 - 20160401WWW.Working!! is based on the web manga of the same name. Yumi Kamakura, who helmed the last season of Wagnaria!!, will return to direct the project at A-1 Pictures. Seven cast members were confirmed at the show’s announcement, including:

  • Daisuke Higashida: Yuichi Nakamura
  • Hana Miyakoshi: Haruka Tomatsu
  • Shiho Kamakura: Sora Amemiya
  • Yuta Shindo: Kensho Ono
  • Sayuri Fumie: Yoko Hikasa
  • Masahiro Adachi: Kouki Uchiyama
  • Kisaki Kondo: Risa Taneda

The several players previously voiced their characters on a drama CD that shipped with the third collected volume of the series.

WWW.Working!! is spinoff of the original Wagnaria!! manga, set in a sister location to the Wagnaria family restaurant. The series revolves around Daisuke Higashida, who takes a job at the location due to financial hardship. He quickly finds out, though, that nobody in the restaurant is exactly “normal.”

The show will kick off on Tokyo MX on October 1. Several character visuals and a two-minute promo teaser were released to promote the series, which you can check out below:

Promo Video:

Character Visuals

Source: MoCa News

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