On the official page for the original anime Kadokawa, Maesetsu!the third promotional video of the project was revealed. The video will be released just a day before the series premieres.

The series premieres on October 4th in Japan. In fact, the original anime was scheduled to premiere this July but had to be postponed until October due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on production.


  • Aguri Ounishi as Fubuki Kitakaze (Tokonatsu).
  • Naomi Ouzora as Mafuyu Kogarashi (Tokonatsu).
  • Hiromi Igarashi as Rin Araya (R 凸).
  • Sakura Nakamura as Nayuta Asougi (R 凸).
  • Yūki Takada as Manatsu Kogarashi (Tsundora).
  • Nozomi Furuki as Kanae Kanari (Tsundora).
  • Asuka aida as Eru Kusaba (JK Cool).
  • Ayaka Shimizu as Arashi Waraino (JK Cool).
  • Junki Tomita like himself (freak!).
  • Ubuno Hatsuna like yourself (freak!).

Production team

  • Yuu Nobuta ((High school fleet, Daitoshokan no Hitsujikai) directs the anime in Studio Gokumi and the studies AXsiZ.
  • Mugendai∞ The original work is credited, and the author of the Lucky Star manga, Kagami Yoshimizuthe original images will be credited.
  • Touko machida ((Diving !!, Wake up girl) is responsible for the series composition and writes the scripts Shōta gotō Y. Joe Itou ((Nichijou, lucky Star).
  • Katsuzo Hirata ((Ben-To, Angel beats!) designs the characters for the anime.
  • Masaru Koseki ((Ramen Daisuki Koizumi-san, Ichiban Ushiro no Daimaou).
  • Naoki Yamauchi (Animation director of bleaching, Kitakubu Katsudou Kiroku) are the main animation directors.

Synopsis of Maesetsu!

The story revolves around four girls in their prime who work very hard to make their dreams come true while fighting valiantly. In the Japanese entertainment industry, "Maesetsu!" It is an introductory phrase used by a performer before a television broadcast for an audience, usually performed by assistant directors and comedians on various shows.

Source: Comic Natalie

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