Wave, Listen to Me! anime‘s official website released a new trailer for the anime on Friday, you can check it out below:
The new trailer sees the anime‘s opening theme song aranami by the couple tacica, and furthermore uncovers the anime‘s April 3 debut date.
The Wave, Listen to Me! anime will debut on April 3 on the MBS, TBS, and BS-TBS channels, and will debut on April 5 on HBC in the anime’s setting of Hokkaido. The cast will show up at a review screening occasion of the initial two scenes in Tokyo on March 22.
Anime’s cast members include:
- Riho Sugiyama as Minare Koda
- Shinshū Fuji as Kanetsugu Matō
- Manaka Iwami as Mizuho Nanba
- Kazuhiro Yamaji as Katsumi Kureko
- Sayaka Ohara as Madoka Chishiro
- Kaito Ishikawa as Ryūsuke Kōmoto
- Masaaki Yano as Chūya Nakahara
- Mamiko Noto as Makie Tachibana
- Bin Shimada as Yoshiki Takarada
- Daisuke Namikawa as Mitsuo Suga
- Kouki Uchiyama as Shinji Oki,
Tatsuma Minamikawa is coordinating the arrangement at Sunrise, and Shoji Yonemura is responsible for the arrangement contents. Takumi Yokota is planning the characters. Tsuyoshi Takahashi is the sound executive, and Motoyoshi Iwasaki is creating the music. Hironori Nochi is the shading key craftsman, and Hirofumi Sakagami is the workmanship chief. Mayuko Koike is the compositing executive of photography, and Yoshiaki Kimura is altering.
Wave, Listen to Me! is a Japanese manga arrangement by Hiroaki Samura. It has been serialized in Kodansha’s seinen manga magazine Monthly Afternoon since July 2014 and has been gathered in six tankōbon volumes. The manga is distributed in North America by Kodansha Comics.
Kodansha Comics portrays the series:
“The stage is Sapporo, Hokkaido. One night, our heroine, Minare Koda, spills her heartbroken woes to a radio station worker she meets while out drinking one night. The next day, she hears a recording of her pitiful grumbling being played live over the air. Minare storms into the station in a rage, only to then be duped by the station director into doing an impromptu talk show explaining her harsh dialogue. With just one recording, the many eccentric facets of Minare’s life begin to pull every which direction as she falls ever deeper into the world of radio.“