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Grand Blue Dreaming Anime Gets Main Voice Cast Cast & a New Key Visual

It looks like this is a dream that will be shared by many.

Earlier today, the official Grand Blue Dreaming (Grand Blue) anime website updated with a new key visual, as well as the show’s main voice cast. We break the details down below:

Key Visual

The image features the major cast members, as they relax on the deck of their boat.

Grand Blue Dreaming Key Visual


The series will star the following:

  • Iori Kitahara: Yūma Uchida
  • Kohei Imamura: Ryohei Kimura
  • Shinji Tokita: Hiroki Yasumoto
  • Ryujiro Kotobuki: Katsuyuki Konishi
  • Chisa Kotegawa: Chika Anzai
  • Nanaka Kotegawa: Maaya Uchida
  • Azusa Hamaoka: Toa Yukinari
  • Aina Yoshiwara: Kana Asumi

Grand Blue Dreaming hits Japanese TV this summer.

Shinji Takamatsu (Cute High Earth Defense Club LOVE!, Haven’t You Heard? I’m Sakamoto) was tapped to direct the project at studio Zero-G. Takamatsu will also handle series composition and sound direction for the project. Hideoki Kusama (Battery the Animation) will provide character designs. NBC Universal is producing.

Kenji Inoue and artist Kimitake Yoshioka launched Grand Blue in the pages of Kodansha’s Good! Afternoon magazine in April 2014. Nine volumes have been released, with the most recent hitting stores in October 6, 2017.

Kodansha Comics is releasing the title in the west under the title Grand Blue Dreaming. They describe the title as:

After moving out on his own to a seaside town, Iori Kitahara makes a college debut he never anticipated. A new chapter of his life unfolds, full of diving with beautiful girls and shenanigans with a gaggle of lovable bastards! Idiot-expert Kenji Inoue and au naturel authority Kimitake Yoshioka bring you a glorious college tale filled with booze-fueled antics!

Sources: Otakomu, Comic Natalie

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