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Sentai Filmworks Announces Hakumei and Mikochi Dub Cast


Hakumei And Mikochi Visual 001 - 20190227Earlier today, Sentai Filmworks unveiled their full English dub cast for Hakumei and Mikochi. The series will star the following:

  • Hakumei: Brittney Karbowski
  • Mikochi: Amanda Lee
  • Ayune: Heidi Hinkel
  • Hakuyo: Joanne Bonasso
  • Iwashi: Ty Mahany
  • Jada: Carli Mosier
  • Kate: Carl Masterson
  • Kobone: Shelley Calene-Black
  • Young Kobone: Christina Kelly
  • Koharu: Caitlynn French
  • Konju: Allison Sumrall
  • Mimi: Juliet Simmons
  • Narai: Josh Morrison
  • Raika: Cat Thomas
  • Ryokubirou: Courtney Lomelo
  • Sen: Kira Vincent-Davis
  • Fusenmaru: John Swasey
  • Furniture Store Clerk: Patricia Duran
  • Sasanami: Brittany Lauda
  • Grasshopper: Kyle Jones
  • Vintage Store Clerk: Greg Cote
  • Lizard: Andrew Love
  • Leopard: Nathan Wilson
  • Nobuki: Bryson Baugus
  • Sekimenmaru: Gabriel Regojo
  • Keika: Shelby Blocker
  • Tsumujimaru: John Gremillion
  • Hikagi: David Wald
  • Yunaka: Adam Gibbs
  • Biryuu: Gareth West
  • Tougetsu: Jack Ivy
  • Koyabe: Scott Gibbs
  • Ukai: Mark X Laskowski
  • Old Hedgehog: James Belcher
  • Shinato: Olivia Swasey
  • Mimari: Christina Kelly

Shannon Reed is directing the adaptation. Sentai started streaming a teaser for the dub, which you can check out below.

Hakumei and Mikochi is based on Takuto Kashiki’s manga of the same name. Masaomi Andō (Muv-Luv Alternative: Total Eclipse, School-Live!) directed the project at Lerche, with Tomoko Iwasa (Kasimasi – Girl Meets Girl, Junod) providing character designs. Reiko Yoshida (Bakuman., Girls und Panzer) was in charge of series composition.

Sentai Filmworks describes the show as:

Hakumei and Mikochi are two small girls who live together in a tiny house in the great big forest. In fact, their house is so tiny that it all fits inside just one tree! But that’s fine because Hakumei and Mikochi are only 3.5 inches tall, so their tree is as big to them as a skyscraper is to normal people! They’re not the only tiny people living in their community either, and when Hakumei and Mikochi aren’t out exploring, they like to spend their time visiting their neighbors, some of whom are other small folk like the inventor Sen and Konju the songstress, while others are beetles, squirrels and even a big scary owl who is definitely not friendly! For a whole new perspective on life, come look at the world from a different angle with HAKUMEI AND MIKOCHI!

Source: Sentai Filmworks

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