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“Our love has always been 10 centimeters apart” Opening & Ending Video Hits the Web


Though the distance is small, the symbolism behind it is massive.

Earlier today, the official Our love has always been 10 centimeters apart (Itsudatte Bokura no Koi wa 10-Centimeters Datta.) anime website updated with the show’s opening and closing sequences. Both segments, with their theme songs, are available in a single three-and-a-half minute video.

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x6a0pfe

The video will be available until December 10.

Takurō Tsukada is directing the project at Lay-duce, with Hitoshi Nanba (Fate/Grand Order: First Order, Gosick) serving as chief director. The team of Maki Fujii (UFO Ultramaiden Valkyrie, Destiny of the Shrine Maiden) and Kentarou Tokiwa will provide character designs, while Yoshimi Narita (HappinessCharge PreCure!, Saint Seiya Omega) takes charge of series composition.

The confirmed voice cast includes:

  • Haruki Serizawa: Kenichi Suzumura
  • Miou Aida: Aki Toyosaki
  • Yuu Setoguchi: Hiroshi Kamiya
  • Natsuki Enomoto: Haruka Tomatsu
  • Souta Mochizuki: Yūki Kaji
  • Akari Hayasaka: Kana Asumi
  • Saku Akechi: Hikaru Midorikawa

We Have Always Been 10 Centimeters Apart. will air on Tokyo MX, BS11, Gunma TV, and Tochigi TV. The series will première on November 24 in the 24:00 time slot (11/25/2017 at midnight) and run for six episodes. Aniplex of America will stream the series on Crunchyroll.

The project is based on HoneyWorks’ ongoing series of anime music videos, which include First Love Picture Book (Hatsukoi no Ehon) and One Minute and One Second Between You and Me (Ippun Ichibyō Kimi to Boku no). The series aims to expand on the tales within these videos.

Source: Twitter (pKjd)

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