© Mysteria Friends Production Committee

Southeast Asian anime channel ANIMAX Asia has announced on Tuesday that the fantasy anime Mysteria Friends will premiere next month.

The anime series will premiere on July 17, airing every Monday to Fridays at 09:30pm PHT.


© Mysteria Friends Production Committee

Mysteria Academy is a prestigious magic school that teaches magic without discrimination to students of the three factions (men, gods and demons), who are usually engaged in battle with each other. Two of the academy’s students are Anne, a princess and honor student, and Grea, a princess born from a dragon and a human. (Synopsis from Sentai Filmworks)

Mysteria Friends is an original story based on an event in the popular mobile game Rage of Bahamut, but completely unrelated to its anime adaptations. The anime was first aired in Japanese television from January to March 2019, with a total of 10 episodes.


The anime series was directed by Hideki Okamoto, who previously directed the 2011 adventure comedy anime Battle Girls – Time Paradox, while Danganronpa The Animation scriptwriter Satoko Sekine handled the series composition, and Shakugan no Shana director Takashi Watanabe handled the music.

Minami Yoshida, who worked as the Chief Animation Director in several episodes of Terraformars Revenge, handled character designs, which was produced by CygamesPictures.

The Japanese voice cast are lead by Yoko Hikasa (“Mio Akiyama”, K-ON!) as “Anne” and Ayaka Fukuhara (“Rin Shibuya”, The IDOLM@STER Cinderella Girls) as “Grea”.


ANIMAX Asia previously announced that the upcoming second season of Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World- will be their simulcast title for the Summer 2020 season.

The upcoming show will premiere on July 9, airing every Thursdays at 08:30pm PHT, within the same day as Japan.

In addition, the anime channel will also air the original video animation (OVA) adaptations of the popular franchise, Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World- Memory Snow and Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World- The Frozen Bond, on July 2 and 3.


ANIMAX Asia is available on SKYcable, Cignal TV, SatLite and GSAT, as well as several provincial cable providers nationwide. Check your local listings.

For the full schedule and other details, please visit their website at animax-asia.com.