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Maaya Uchida To Perform “Takunomi.” Anime’s Theme Song

Break out the brews and pull the Jell-O shots out of the fridge, because Maaya Uchida’s in the house!

Earlier today, Maaya Uchida announced that she will perform the opening theme song for upcoming anime Takunomi. (Drinking at Home). The song, titled aventure bleu, will be released as a single on February 14, 2018.

Uchida took to Twitter to tweet out a video announcement for the news. You can check it out below:

Maaya Uchida also plays Makoto Kiriyama in the Takunomi. anime.

aventure bleu is Uchida’s seventh solo single. Meg Rock (Megumi Hinata), who’s best known for writing Shoko Nakagawa’s Sorairo Days, wrote the song. Swedish musician Rasmus Faber was tapped to produce.

Takunomi. will hit Japanese TV in 2018.

Tomoki Kobayashi (Akame ga KILL!, Seiren) is directing the project at Production IMS, with Shinpei Kobayashi (Castle Town Dandelion) providing character designs. Katsuhiko Takayama (Aldnoah.Zero, Sagrada Reset) is in charge of series composition on the title.

Other confirmed staff includes:

  • Sound Director: Takatoshi Hamano
  • Sound Production: Magic Capsule
  • Music: Masato Suzuki (MoNSTER SONIC!)
  • Music Production: Pony Canyon

The confirmed voice cast includes:

  • Michiru Amatsuki: Ayaka Imamura
  • Nao Kiriyama: Chika Anzai
  • Kae Midorikawa: Mikako Komatsu
  • Makoto Kiriyama: Maaya Uchida

Haruto Hino’s Takunomi. manga made its début on Shogakukan’s MangaONE app in August 2015. To date, four compiled volumes have been released, with the latest shipping to retailers on August 10.

The series revolves around Michiru Amazuki, a 20-year-old woman who takes up residence in Tokyo for a new job. Her home, a share house for women called “Stella House,” is inhabited by ladies of various ages and professions. While they’re all quite different on the surface, the presence of good food and great booze ensures that everything will turn out alright.

TBS streamed a pair teasers for the show, which you can check out below:

Source: Maaya Uchida

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