Written on the official site for the anime adaptation of the light novels by Liz Takayama and illustrated by No entry, Isekai Yakkyoku (Alternative world pharmacy) a new promotional image of the project was released. The press release also confirmed that the premiere is scheduled for next July and that the musical themes will be as follows:
- Kaori Ishihara will perform the opening song "Musouteki Chronicle (Fantastic chronicle)", during little black dress becomes the final theme entitled "Haku'u (Light rain on a sunny day)”.
Takayama and Keeptou began publishing the light novels via the imprint MF books from the publisher Kadokawa in January 2016. The publisher released the sixth volume in March 2018, followed by the seventh in July 2019 in Japan. The work also inspires a manga adaptation of be takanopublished via the digital service comic walker since November 2016 in Japan.
- Aki Toyosaki as Pharma de Medicis.
- Queen Ueda as Eleanor "Ellen" Bonnefoy.
- Kaede Hondo as Charlotte "Lotte" Sorel.
- Keizou Kusakawa (Kan Colle, Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha The MOVIE 1st, Ahiru no Sora, Dog Days, Sekirei) is responsible for directing the anime at the studios Diomedea.
- Wataru Watari (My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU girly number) is responsible for writing and supervising the screenplays.
- Mayuko Matsumoto (Chios school street, Kan Colle) is responsible for character design and animation direction.
Isekai Yakkyoku Summary
After losing his little sister to a terminal illness, world-renowned medical researcher Kanji Yakutani gave his all to cure patients by dedicating his life to inventing new medicines. After working himself to death at the age of 31, the former pharmacist wakes up as a 10-year-old boy whose body has been struck by lightning. He discovers that he has been reincarnated in a medieval world as Falma, a son of the prestigious De' Medici family.
In a world where divine arts exist, magic bestowed through the blessings of tutelary deities, Falma realizes that her body harbors the tutelary deity of medicine. The boy was given the mythical divine arts of creation and reduction, as well as the ability to instantly diagnose diseases in people's bodies.
He soon discovers the dire state of medicine in this world: only nobles can afford medical care, which is at best ineffective and at worst harmful. Using modern knowledge and his divine powers, Falma, despite his young age, gradually makes a name for himself as an apothecary and even gains recognition at the imperial court. When he finally acquires his own pharmacy, he sets about pursuing his goal of improving healthcare in the Empire of Saint Fleuve and making it accessible to all.
Source: Weird Natalie