The TV anime adaptation of Rin Asano's Deaimon confectionary manga series has announced today that it'll be opening its doors in April 2022. Alongside the release month, the character setting sheets of Nagomu Irino's parents, the lead character who moves back to Kyoto to take over his family's confectionery shop but learns that he has to be a father figure to the successor of the shop, was released.
Rikiya Koyama (Kiritsugu Emiya in Fate/Zero) will be voicing Heigo Irino
Sayaka Ohara (Erza Scarlet in Fairy Tail) will be voicing Fuuki Irino
Previously released trailer and visual:
Fumitoshi Oizaki (Romeo × Juliet) is directing Deaimon at Encourage Films, where Oizaki is also the CEO, with Reiko Yoshida (Violet Evergarden) writing the scripts, and Sakae Shibuya (Girl Friend Site) as the character designer and animation director. The company Midorimatsu is also helping to produce the anime series that is set to start in April 2022.
Source: Comic Natalie
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