On the official site for the anime adaptation of the manga by Yasuki Tanaka, Render Daylight Saving Time (Daylight Saving Time Rendering) has released a new promotional video for the second part of the project, which will begin airing the episode on July 7th in Japan. The video previews a snippet of the new opening theme titled “Natsuyume loud“ and performed by asaka.
The series has been airing on TV channels since April 14 TOKYO MX Y bs11as well as in Kansai TV. The Walt Disney Company will be responsible for the distribution of this series on a global level DisneyPlus who will distribute it in Japan. In addition, the series is confirmed to have a total of twenty-five episodes that will adapt the entirety of the original manga.
For his part, Tanaka began publishing the manga Render Daylight Saving Time through the digital service Shōnen Jump Plus in October 2017 and finished it in February 2021 while the publisher shueisha released the thirteenth and final compiled volume in April 2021 in Japan.
- Ayumu Watanabe (Kaijuu no Kodomo, Kanojo ga Flag wo Oraretara, Komi-san wa, Komyushou desu, Uchuu Kyoudai) is responsible for directing the anime at the studios OLM.
- Hiroshi Seko (Banana Fish, Favorite in the FranXX, Heion Sedai no Idaten-tachi, Jujutsu Kaisen) is responsible for writing and supervising the screenplays.
- Miki Matsumoto (Major 2nd (TV) Season 2, Satsuriku no Tenshi) is responsible for character design.
- Keiichi Okabe, Ryuichi Takada Y Keigo Hoshi are responsible for composing the soundtrack in the studios MONACA.
Summertime render summary
After the death of his parents, Shinpei Ajiro lived with the Kofune sisters: Mio and Ushio, but has since moved to Tokyo to live alone. But after Ushio drowns trying to save young Shiori Kobayakawa, he returns home to mourn her departure. However, the bruises around Ushio's neck cast doubt on the cause of death. Shinpei takes a step back, convinced there must be another explanation. Dangerous beings haunt the islanders, and a vision of the deceased Ushio asks them to "save Mio" as their final request.
He's sure something is afoot and that Ushio's death is just one piece of the puzzle. With the help of Mio and others, Shinpei struggles to forge a future in which he, his friends, and family can stay alive. But the more he investigates, the more impossible that future seems. Darkness invades his home island. How much more suffering will he endure before he finds the right way to save everything?
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