On the official page for the animated adaptation of the manga by Cool-Kyou Shinja and illustrated by Yohane, Peach Boy Riversidethe first promotional video of the project was released. The video shows the characters' voices for the first time.

The series keeps its premiere date for next July in Japan. For their part, Cool-kyou Shinja and Yohane began publishing the manga in the magazine. Shonen Magazine R. from the publisher Kodansha in August 2015. The publisher published the eighth compiled volume on August 17 in Japan.

Cast

  • Nao touyama like Mikoto Kibitsu.
  • Haruka Shiraishi as Saltorine Aldike.
  • Mao Ichimich as a woman.
  • Toshiki Masuda like Houson.
  • Megumi Toda like carrot.
  • Jirou Saitou as Inu.

Production team

  • Shigeru Ueda ((Erementar straight, March girl, Stories from Eternia) is responsible for directing the anime in the studios Asahi production.
  • Keiichirou Ouchi ((Hinamatsuri, Yahari Ore no Seishun love comedy wa Machigatteiru, Go-Toubun no Hanayome) is responsible for writing and monitoring the series scripts.
  • Satomi Kurita ((Hina Logi: From Luck & Logic, Princess Connect! Re: diving) is responsible for the character design.

Peach Boy Riverside Synopsis

Saltorine Aldike or Sari is a bright and cheerful princess who wants to go on an adventure because she is bored with her little castle in the country. One day a horde of evil demons known as "Oni" knocked on his door and threatened the lives of everyone in the kingdom. Fortunately, they are rescued by a lone traveler named Kibitsu Mikoto, who kills these monsters with a mysterious "peach eye". Shocked by the dangers of the outside world, Sari decides to go on her own journey. Little did she know that she was going to start a chain of events that would determine the fate of this magical world.

Source: Comic Natalie

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