Aharen-san wa Hakarenai Unveils New Visual and More Cast

The romantic comedy anime, Aharen-san wa Hakarenai, has revealed a new key visual for its upcoming premiere, along with additional cast members and artists who’ll be singing the opening and ending themes.

ANNOUNCEMENT

This information was revealed on the official website for the television anime of Asato Mizu‘s Aharen-san wa Hakarenai (Aharen Is Indecipherable). TrySail performs the opening theme song “Hanarenai Kyori” (Inseparable Distance), while HaKoniwalily performs the ending theme song “Kyori-Kan” (A Sense of Distance).

New Key Visual, sourced from Twitter

For the announced cast, Tetsuya Kakihara will voice Ishikawa, Tomori Kusonoki will voice Hanako Satou, and Yurie Kozaki will voice Miyahira-sensei. They join Inori Minase, who’s voicing the titular Reina Aharen, while Takuma Terashima plays her next-door neighbor, Raidou Matsuboshi. Other supporting cast members include M.A.O as Mitsuki Ooshiro and Kana Hanazawa as Toubaru-sensei.

The production team consists of Yasutaka Yamamoto (Noblesse) as chief director, Tomoe Makino (Woodpecker Detective’s Office) as director, Takao Yoshioka (Horimiya) as scriptwriter, and Yuuko Yahiro (Kaguya-sama: Love Is War) as character designer. Tomoko Iwasa (Wave!! Surfing Yappe!!), Chie Mishima (Otherside Picnic), and Yuuki Fukuchi (Otherside Picnic) are serving as chief animation directors.

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PLOT

The teen romantic comedy follows the “indecipherable” daily life of short, quiet Reina Aharen and Raidō who sits next to her in class. Aharen is not so good at gauging the distance between people (or personal boundaries), and Raidō initially sensed some distance between the two of them. Then one day, when Raidō picked up the eraser that Aharen had dropped, the distance between them suddenly becomes uncomfortably close. From “way too distant” to “way too close” … Aharen is simply unpredictable.

The anime will be broadcast in April 2022 with Felix Film in charge of animation production.

Aharen-san wa Hakarenai is based on the romantic comedy manga of the same name by Asato Mizu (Denkigai no Honya-san). It first began serialization on Shounen Jump+ in 2017 and has collected 12 tankoubon volumes so far.

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