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Nozomi Entertainment Re-Releases Antique Bakery

Source: Nozomi Entertainment

Nozomi Entertainment announced that they will re-released Antique Bakery. The title will hit stores on February 4, 2014 in Litebox format with a suggested price of $39.99.

Nozomi Entertainment announced that they will re-released Antique Bakery. The title will hit stores on February 4, 2014 in Litebox format with a suggested price of $39.99.



For February 4, 2014


Antique Bakery LIitebox Boxart - 20131009GRIMES, IA, October 9, 2013 – Anime producer and distributor Right Stuf, Inc. and Nozomi Entertainment are pleased to announce the ANTIQUE BAKERY dvd Collection will be released on February 4, 2014.

This new, value-priced DVD set will feature the complete 12-episode anime with Japanese audio and English-language subtitles. On-disc extras will include the clean opening and closing, live event coverage, and an interview with AKB48 member Tomomi Kasai, who voices a supporting role in the series.

Antique Bakery aired as part of Fuji TV’s popular noitaminA animation block – home to series including Honey and Clover, Paradise Kiss, Moyashimon (Tales of Agriculture) and Nodame Cantabile. It features animation by Nippon Animation (The Wallflower, Fantastic Children) and Shirogumi, Inc. (Moyashimon: Tales of Agriculture), plus opening and closing music by the R&B duo Chemistry and performances by a cast of fan-favorite actors that includes Keiji Fujiwara (“Maes Hughes” in Fullmetal Alchemist, “Holland” in Eureka Seven), Shinichiro Miki (“Allen” in Escaflowne, “Kurz Weber” in Full Metal Panic!), Mamoru Miyano (“Light” in Death Note, “Tamaki” in Ouran High Host Club), and Eiji Hanawa (“Dumas” in Fantastic Children).

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Kidnapped as a child, Keiichiro Tachibana’s had trouble coming to terms with the haunting memory. He doesn’t remember much, only that the kidnapper forced him to eat sweets. As a way of dealing with his past, Tachnibana decides to open a bakery. But will his choice in staff – a playboy patisserie who’s been fired from every job he’s ever had, an ex-boxer with a huge sweet tooth, and an absent-minded childhood friend – be a recipe for disaster or success?


Format: DVD (Litebox)

Pre-Book: 1/7/2014

Street Date: 2/4/2014

Runtime: 300 minutes

Genre: Drama

Suggested Rating: 16+

Audio: Japanese (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)

Subtitles: English subtitles, plus English on-screen translations

Video: 16:9, Color

Catalog #: RSDVD1410

ISBN: 1-57032-673-8

UPC: 7-42617-1410-2-7

SRP: $39.99

Discs/Set: 3

Case Qty:  30


DVD Features:
U.S. trailer, clean opening and closing, interview with Tomomi Kasai, live event coverage and Nozomi Entertainment trailers.

* Cover Art:
ANTIQUE BAKERY (Seiyō Kottō Yōgashiten ~Antique~)

© Fumi Yoshinaga / SHINSHOKAN

© Fumi Yoshinaga / SHINSHOKAN / Antique Committee

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** Product specifications and content may be subject to change.



Introduced in 2007 as an official re-rebrand of the Right Stuf video production division, Nozomi Entertainment is recognized by discerning anime fans as a company focused on creating collector-grade releases for audiences of all ages. The Nozomi team works on a limited number of fan-favorite titles each year to ensure each Nozomi release is the absolute highest quality possible. Nozomi then combines these releases with exceptional packaging, art assets and video extras.

A small sampling of the Nozomi lineup includes: Astro Boy, Kimba, Princess Knight, The Rose of Versailles, ARIA, The Irresponsible Captain Tylor, Dirty Pair, Ninja Nonsense, The Third: The Girl With the Blue Eye, His and Her Circumstances, Emma: A Victorian Romance and Revolutionary Girl Utena.

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Founded in 1987, Right Stuf, Inc. is amongst North America’s largest publishers, distributors and retailers in the anime and manga marketplace. One of the industry’s original pioneers, Right Stuf operates a multinational mail-order catalog and one of the trade’s most recognized Internet storefronts, Right Stuf also works in a variety of media vehicles that include video streaming, podcasts and special publications. Included under the Right Stuf corporate umbrella is print publisher, Right Stuf On-Demand, and video production labels Nozomi Entertainment, Lucky Penny and 5 Points Pictures.

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