On the official page for the Original Anime Studios PAWORKS, Shiroi Suna no aquatop ((White sand aquatop) the second promotional image of the project was published. The press release also reported that the series had dated its Japanese premiere on July 8th.


  • Miku itou as Kukuru Misakino.
  • Rikako Aida as Fuuka Miyazawa.
  • Azumi Waki as Tsukimi Teruya.
  • Lynn as Karin Kudaka.
  • Shimba Tsuchiya as Kai Nakamura.
  • Youhei Azakami as Kuuya Yakamashi.
  • Hiroshi yanaka like Kukuru's grandfather.

Production team

  • Toshiya Shinohara ((Kuroshitsuji, Iroduku Sekai no Ashita Kara, Nagi no Asukara) is responsible for directing the anime in the studios PAWORKS.
  • Yuuko Kakihara ((Iroduku Sekai no Ashita Kara, Digimon Adventure Tri) is responsible for writing and monitoring the scripts.
  • Yuki Akiyama ((Iroduku Sekai no Ashita Kara, Uchouten Kazoku 2) is responsible for the character design based on the original designs of U35 ((Lapis Re: LiGHTs) as well as the direction of animation.
  • Yoshiaki Dewa ((Nagi no Asukara, Flying witch) is responsible for composing the soundtrack.
  • The five-person musical unit ARCANA PROJECT plays the opening song titled "Tayutae, Nana-iro" while the group Mia REGINA plays the final song entitled "Tsukiumi no Yurikago".

Shiroi Suna no Aquatop Synopsis

The story takes place in the Gama Gama Aquarium, a small aquarium in Okinawa, an hour by bus from Naha. Kukuru Misakino is an 18-year-old student who works there and knows the “secret” of the aquarium: sometimes there are mysterious things to be seen. One day, Kukuru runs into Fuuka, who is standing in front of a water tank with his hair down and a tear on his cheek. Fuuka has given up her dream of becoming an idol and fled Tokyo to Okinawa. Fuuka wants to find a place to belong and asks Kukuru for a job in the aquarium. So follows the story of Kukuru and Fuuka, who grapple with the problems of the aquarium's mystery and the looming crisis before it is possibly closed.

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