Kadokawa the Japanese publisher company started streaming a promotional video on Saturday for the TV anime of Tsuyoshi Yoshioka‘s Kenja no Mago (The Wise Grandson or lit. The Sage’s Grandson) books. The video reviews i☆Ris‘ opening signature melody “Ultimate☆Magic” and virtual artist Nanami Yoshi’s ending signature tune “Attōteki Vivid Days.”
The series will debut on April 10 at 11:30 p.m. on the AT-X channel.
Masafumi Tamura (Two Car, Ange Vierge) is directing the anime at SILVER LINK, and Tatsuya Takahashi (The IDOLM@STER Cinderella Girls, Beatless, Eromanga Sensei) is administering the arrangement contents. Yuki Sawairi (Masamune-kun’s Revenge, Two Car) is structuring the characters.
The original story begins when an incredible wizard and sage, who has spared his reality from catastrophe ordinarily, happens upon an infant whom he embraces and names Shin. The child is really a man from our reality resurrected into the savvy’s reality. The wise raises Shin, isolated from whatever remains of society, and shows him in the methods for enchantment. It is just when Shin turns 15 years of age and sets out without anyone else venture that the wise recollects that he neglected to show Shin the sound judgment and methods for this specific world. Thus, Shin goes the capital of the Alsheid Kingdom to join up with the capital’s enchantment institute.