Yuzuki-san Chi No Yon Kyoudai Anime Series Trailer, Release Date, Characters And More
The highly-anticipated Yuzuki-san Chi no Yon Kyoudai TV anime adaptation is gearing up for its premiere on October 5 (effectively October 6 at 12 AM JST), and fans are in for a treat as the main trailer has just been released. This trailer not only offers a glimpse into the show’s world but also introduces us to its diverse cast. Moreover, it gives us a sneak peek at the opening song, “Naite iinda,” performed by the talented band flumpool.
A Manga Marvel
For those unfamiliar with the source material, Yuzuki-san Chi no Yon Kyoudai is based on the manga of the same name by Shizuki Fujisawa, published by Shogakukan. The story revolves around the lives of four brothers spanning different age groups: Hayato, the responsible eldest brother; the twins, Mikoto and Minato; and the youngest of the bunch, Gakuto. This heartwarming manga began its serialization journey back in 2018 within the pages of Betsucomi magazine. Fans can look forward to the 15th tankoubon volume, scheduled for release on September 26, 2023.
Meet the Characters
Behind this delightful adaptation, we have Mitsuru Hongou, known for his work on “Ascendance of a Bookworm,” directing the anime at Shuka, with character designs crafted by Orie Tanaka, who has lent her talent to “Encouragement of Climb: Next Summit.” The voice cast includes:
- Ryouta Iwasaki as Hayato, the eldest Yuzuki brother.
- Kikunosuke Toya as Mikoto, the second eldest Yuzuki brother.
- Miyuki Sakurai as Minato, the second youngest Yuzuki brother.
- Momoka Terasawa as Gakuto, the youngest Yuzuki brother.
- Misato Matsuoka as Uta Kirishima
- Akari Tadano as Waka Kirishima
- M.A.O as Saki Kirishima
- Fumihiko Tachiki as Kojiro Kirishima
A Musical Touch
The series is set to be a musical sensation as well, with the renowned band Flumpool delivering the opening theme, “Naite Linda” (It’s Okay to Cry), and Aoi Kubo performing the ending theme song, “Sasakure” (Splinter).
A Slice of Life Worth Savoring
Yuzuki-san Chi no Yon Kyoudai promises to be a heartwarming slice-of-life anime with just the right sprinkling of comedy and drama. The story revolves around the daily lives of four brothers who lost their parents two years ago. From the responsible breadwinner, Hayato, to the wise young Gakuto, each sibling brings their unique charm to the family dynamic. It’s a tale that’s bound to melt your heart with its irresistible cuteness.
Meet the Team Behind the Magic
Here’s a quick look at the creative minds shaping this heartwarming tale:
- Director: Mitsuru Hongo (Known for “Ascendance of a Bookworm”)
- Character Design: Orie Tanaka (Famous for “Natsume’s Book of Friends”)
- Script Writer: Shizuki Fujisawa (Notable for “Koi Koi Country Road”)
- Music Composer: Yoshikazu Suo (Renowned for “Melody of Oblivion”)
So, get ready for an anime that will warm your heart with the daily lives of four brothers, offering the perfect blend of humor and drama to keep you entertained. Don’t miss the premiere on October 5, 2023.
About Yuzuki-san Chi no Yon Kyoudai
Yuzuki-san Chi no Yon Kyoudai is an anime set to release in October 2023. The anime draws its inspiration from the manga of the same name, masterfully crafted by Shizuki Fujisawa.
The Yuzuki family, consisting of four siblings, endured the heartbreaking loss of their parents just two years ago. In the face of this tragedy, Hayato, the eldest sibling, shoulders the responsibility of being a dedicated provider for his younger brothers.
Mikoto, the second sibling, projects an air of composed maturity, concealing a deep affection for his younger brother, Minato. Minato, the third sibling, injects boundless energy into the household, holding his brothers in high esteem despite occasional bouts of clumsiness and social awkwardness.
As for Gakuto, the youngest among them, his wisdom far surpasses his years, earning him the endearing title of “wise man” even as a first-grader.
The series delves into the daily lives of these four siblings as they navigate the intricacies of family dynamics, academic pursuits, and community interactions.
In conclusion, “Yuzuki-san Chi no Yon Kyoudai” promises to be an enchanting addition to the world of anime, offering viewers a glimpse into the endearing daily lives of four siblings who navigate the complexities of family, school, and community. With a talented cast, a touching storyline, and the musical magic of Flumpool and Aoi Kubo, this series is set to capture hearts when it premieres on October 5, 2023. So mark your calendars, anime enthusiasts, for a heartwarming journey awaits you in the Yuzuki household.