Brand New Animal
Photo Credit: Studio Trigger

This Spring season is ready to bring a lot of great new anime series and Studio Trigger’s BNA: Brand New Animal anime is one of them with the refreshing story. The official website of the anime released another trailer for the on Wednesday, check it out below:

Both the trailer and the site reported that the character Michiru Kagemori is playing out the opening theme song “Ready to,” while electronic artist AAAMYYY is playing out the ending theme song “Night Running.”

The video likewise sees the opening theme and presents a greater amount of the characters.

The website likewise shared another key visual for the anime.

Photo Credit: BNA: Brand New Animal Anime’s Site

The tagline on the visual shows, “When we transform, we transform the world.”

The cast members include:

  • Sumire Morohoshi as Michiru Kagemori
  • Yoshimasa Hosoya as Shirou Ogami
  • Maria Naganawa as Nazuna Hiwatashi
  • Kaito Ishikawa as Alan Sylvasta
  • Gara Takashima as Barbaray Rose
  • Michiyo Murase as Mary Itami
  • Kenji Nomura as Kōichi Ishizaki 
  • Hiroshi Naka as Yūji Tachiki
  • Hiroshi Yanaka as Jem Horner
  • Kimiko Saitō as Melissa Horner
  • Youhei Tadano as Giuliano Flip
  • Houchu Ohtsuka as Prime Minister Shiramizu of Japan

In the anime’s story, in the 21st century, the presence of creature people became known in the wake of being covered up in the haziness of history. Michiru lived as a typical human, until one day she unexpectedly transforms into a tanuki-human. She flees and takes asylum in a unique city territory called “Anima City” that was set up 10 years back for creature people to have the option to live as themselves. There Michiru meets Shirou, a wolf-human who abhors people. Through Shirou, Michiru begins to find out about the stresses, way of life, and delights of the creature people. As Michiru and Shirou attempt to realize why Michiru abruptly transformed into a creature human, they out of the blue get enveloped with an enormous occurrence.

Photo Credit: Studio Trigger

The initial six episodes of the anime will debut solely on Netflix on March 21, despite the fact that the site didn’t indicate if this is for Japan just, or around the world. The anime will at that point debut on Fuji TV’s “+Ultra” programming hinder on April 9. It will likewise run on Kansai TV, Tokai TV, TV Nishinippon Corporation, Hokkaido Cultural Broadcasting Co., Ltd., and BS Fuji.

Yoh Yoshinari is coordinating the anime at Trigger, and Kazuki Nakashima is composing the contents.