During the live broadcast with the title "Tokyo Mew Mew New Anime News & Cast Unit Unveils Online Event '1st MEW β–½ ting"It was revealed that the anime Tokyo Mew Mew New, the franchise's new animation project Tokyo Mew Mew, has its Japanese premiere dated 2022. The press release also revealed a new imaging and production team.

As part of the 20 year anniversary of the manga by Reiko Yoshida and illustrated by Mia ikumi, Tokyo Mew Mewas well as the 65th anniversary of the magazine Nakayoshi from the publisher Kodanshathe new animation project was announced in April 2020.


  • Yuuki Tenma like Ichigo.
  • Mirai Hinata like Mint Aizawa.
  • Ryouko Juuni as a salad Midorikawa.
  • Rian Toda like pudding fong.
  • Momoka ishii as Zakuro Fujiwara.

Production team

  • Takahiro natori ((Aria the Crepuscolo, Cannon Busters) is responsible for directing the anime in the studios Yumeta Company In collaboration with Graphinica.
  • Yuka Yamada ((Kobayashi-san Chi no maid dragon, Bungaku Shoujo, Neo Angelique Abyss) is responsible for writing and monitoring the scripts.
  • Satoshi Ishino ((Date A Live) is responsible for the character design.

The five voice actors of this new animation project also form the musical unit Smewthie, who will digitally release its first single on March 22nd in Japan.

Synopsis of Tokyo Mew Mew

The story revolves around Ichigo Momomiya, who hoped her date would end romantically with her love interest, Masaya Aoyama, instead of being knocked unconscious after a cat invaded her body. Things get stranger when he discovers the next day that he has started to show feline instincts and habits. When Masaya is finally attacked by a monster, she discovers that she can transform into a magical cat-eared girl named Mew Ichigo. Afterward, Ichigo discovers that, along with other girls like you, they must protect the planet from an imminent threat.

Source: Comic Natalie



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