Amazon Prime Video, the video streaming service of the American e-commerce giant, has started streaming on Wednesday the sci-fi action anime Kemurikusa outside Japan.
The first episode of the anime series is now available, and subsequent episodes will be available every Wednesday at 09:15pm (Philippine time), which is 15 minutes before its initial telecast in Japan.
The anime series is available in Japanese audio, with English and German subtitle options.
You may watch the show through the Prime Video app on your device, or through this link: primevideo.com/detail/0JGK7LXE9B1592Q8ID68TFW4TG.
A story about three sisters struggling to survive in a desolate world surrounded by decaying buildings and red fog. The story revolves abound Rin, a girl with an updo. There’s also Ritsu, the big sister who has cat ears and is always calm, and Rina, the innocent, cheerful one dressed in a maid costume. Just what is it that these sisters are after in this mysterious world? (Synopsis from Amazon Prime Video)
Kemurikusa is an anime series based on the original net animation with the same name, which was created by TATSUKI and his independent production company irodori in 2010-2012, with two episodes released online.
TATSUKI, who is well-known for directing the media franchise Kemono Friends’ highly-popular first anime series, will also direct the anime series, which is being produced by Yaoyorozu.
The anime’s theme song will be performed by Nano, who previously sung theme music for Arpeggio of Blue Steel: Ars Nova and Magical Warfare.
Mikako Komatsu, who voiced “Rei Koito” in the anime series Bloom Into You, will portray the lead character “Rin”, together with Arisa Kiyoto (“Satori Miwa”, Gyrozetter) as “Ritsu” and Tomomi Jiena Sumi in her voice acting debut as “Rina”.