Southeast Asian anime channel ANIPLUS Asia has announced on Saturday that they are simulcasting the upcoming sci-fi action anime DECA-DENCE this Summer 2020.

The anime is set to premiere on July 8, airing every Wednesdays at 24:00 PHT (effectively, every Thursdays at 12:00am PHT), within two hours after its initial Japanese telecast. Primetime encore telecast every Thursdays at 06:00pm PHT.



DECA-DENCE is an original anime series produced by the anime studio NUT, who also produced the popular anime series The Saga of Tanya the Devil.

Mob Psycho 100 director Yuruzu Tachikawa and scriptwriter Hiroshi Seko reunites to work on the upcoming anime series. Shinichi Kurita, who also worked with Tachikawa on Death Parade, will handle character designs.

The Japanese voice cast will be lead by Tomori Kusunoki, who previously voiced “Melida Angel” in the Assassin’s Pride anime series, as “Natsume” and Katsuyuki Konishi, who previously voiced “Ryujiro Kotobuki” in the popular anime series Grand Blue Dreaming, as “Kaburagi.


The official website of the anime has described the upcoming series:

In the distant future, humans have been pushed to the verge of extinction by the invasion of mysterious life-forms called the Gadoll, and were now forced to live inside the moving fortress Deca-dence as they desperately kept up resistance. Natsume, a girl who grew up with a dream of becoming a fighter, is assigned to work under the hard-nosed but apathetic armor-repairman Kaburagi, and finds herself spending her days swamped with endless routines of cleaning work. But one day, Natsume gets herself caught up in a battle with the Gadoll while on work, and what she witnesses is the sight of Kaburagi taking down one Gadoll soldier after another.


Popular anisong singer Konomi Suzuki will perform the opening theme song “Theater of Life”, while the ending theme song “Kioku no Hakobune” (Ark of Memories) will be performed by Kashitaro Ito.


DECA-DENCE will be ANIPLUS Asia’s third simulcast anime title for the Summer 2020 season, after the second season of Fire Force and The Misfit of Demon King Academy.

Fire Force Season 2 will premiere on July 4, airing every Saturdays at 01:55am PHT, within an hour after its initial Japanese telecast.

The Misfit of Demon King Academy will premiere on July 4, airing every Saturdays at 24:00 PHT (effectively, every Sundays at 12:00am PHT), within two hours after its initial Japanese telecast.


ANIPLUS Asia is available in the Philippines on SKYcable Channel 139 in Metro Manila, CAMANAVA, Rizal, Bulacan and Laguna, GSAT Channel 74, and in select provincial cable providers around the country. Also available on their respective over-the-top streaming services.

For more details on the channel and program schedule, please visit aniplus-asia.com.