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“Butlers ~Chitose Momotose Monogatari~” Anime Gets New Trailer & Character Visuals

It’s about… time. (Yes, you can groan at that).

Earlier today, the official Butlers ~Chitose Momotose Monogatari~ anime website updated with a new teaser trailer, as well as a set of new character visuals. We break the details down below.


The minute-long teaser introduces the show’s core concept, and confirms the core voice cast. Opening theme song Growth Arrow by OLDCODEX plays as a background track.

Character Visuals

Updated visuals for each of the major characters were unveiled, which you can check out below.

Butlers ~Chitose Momotose Monogatari~ will hit Japanese TV in April. The show was delayed from a January premiere due to production issues.

Masaru Takahashi is directing the project at Silver Link, with Fujiko Kosumi providing character designs. Megumi Shimizu is in charge of series composition for the show.

Other confirmed crew members include:

  • Original Concept: Intouchable Butlers (SummerACG)
  • Sound Director: Masanori Tsuchiya
  • Music: TOMISIRO
  • Music Production: Lantis
  • Production: Butlers ~Chitose Momotose Monogatari~ Project

The confirmed voice cast includes:

  • Tsubasa Hayakawa: Takuya Satō
  • Koma “Jay” Jinguji: Tatsuhisa Suzuki
  • Kyoichi Sano: Kazuaki Kobayashi
  • Hikari Kageyama: Keisuke Koumoto
  • Yuki Fujishiro: Kenn
  • Ren Shiratori: Mitsuki Saiga
  • Takashi Mikuni: Noriaki Sugiyama
  • Daichi Kurosawa: Seiichirō Yamashita
  • Hotaru Aoba: Takuma Nagatsuka
  • Akira Tachibana: Tomoaki Maeno
  • Haruto Hizakura: Toshiyuki Toyonaga

Butlers: Chitose Momotose Monogatari will revolve around two leads: Koma “Jay” Jinguji, and Tsubasa Hayakawa. Jinguji is the student council president. And, as expected, he’s smart, he’s elegant, and he’s able to capture the hearts of women with but a simple smile. Hayakawa, meanwhile, is a multi-talented café assistant. His claim to fame is his latte art, particularly of owls, for which he’s become quite popular with female patrons.

Jay is also a member of a clan of mystical guardians whose history stretches back more than a thousand years. He lives with his sister Tenna, along with their butler Tsubasa Hayakawa. One day, a distortion in the space-time continuum hits their family home. Tenna mysteriously vanishes, and Jay is thrust a hundred years in the future. Apparently, a high school known as Koyomi Academy was built on the site of Jay’s ancestral home. And, being a TV show protagonist, he enrolls there in hopes of finding answers. As he seeks answers to restoring the natural order, Jay is reunited with Hayakawa, who now makes ends meet by working at a Butler café.

Source: Twitter (pKjd)

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