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New Visual Unveiled For Tsukipro the Animation

The Tsukino Talent Production agency is ready to introduce its idols to the world… again!

Yesterday, the (fictional) Tsukino Talent Production agency opened a new website to promote TsukiPro the Animation. The site features a new visual, which showcases members of each of the agency’s major groups.

TsukiPro the Animation, will follow the daily lives (and the drama comes with it) of groups SolidS, Quell, SOARA, and Growth.

The show’s original story is credited to Fujiwara (MOVIC), as well as a collaborator with on Ryoko Seki on original story concepts. Yu Satsuki (SQ Series or SolidS and Quell) and Tohiro Shijima (Alive Series or Soara and Growth) are listed as original character deisgners on the project.

The team of Akira Takizawa and Takeshi Hama composed TsukiPro’s music.

Casting breakdowns of each group are below, presented from left to right in the accompanying image.



  • Dai Murase: Yuichiro Umehara
  • Tsubasa Okui: Soma Saito
  • Shiki Takamura: Takuya Eguchi
  • Rikka Sera: Natsuki Hanae



  • Shu Izumi: Shunsuke Takeuchi
  • Eichi Horimiya: Kotaro Nishiyama
  • Issei Kuga: Shugo Nakamura
  • Ichiru Kuga: Sho Nogami



  • Nozomu Nanase: Chiharu Sawashiro
  • Sora Ohara: Toshiyuki Toyonaga
  • Soshi Kagurazaka: Makoto Furukawa
  • Ren Munakata: Taishi Murata
  • Morihito Arihara: Yuuki Ono



  • Mamoru Fujimura: Junta Terashima
  • Koki Eto: Shun’ichi Toki
  • Kensuke Yaegashi: Yoshitaka Yamaya
  • Ryota Sakuraba: Daiki Yamashita

Source: Nijimen

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