Kuu Tanaka publishes Tate no Kuni Manga Animated Promo Video

Kuu Tanaka publishes Tate no Kuni Manga Animated Promo Video

The video features the main characters in the manga, Alice and her friend Kazuki, as they explore Tate no Kuni. The video also introduces the other characters who will appear in the anime adaptation.

The cast for the anime includes:

Alice – Reina Ueda

Kazuki – Yumiri Hanamori

Dormouse – Kana Hanazawa

March Hare – Tomoya Nakamura

White Rabbit – Satoshi Hino

Mad Hatter – Yoshitsugu Matsuoka

Queen of Hearts – Marina Inoue

The staff for the anime includes:

Director – Hiroshi Ishiodori

Series Composition – Tatsuhiko Urahata

Character Design – Naomi Ide

Animation Production – Wit Studio

The anime will premiere on Tokyo MX, Tochigi TV, Gunma TV, and BS11 on January 11 at 25:05 (effectively January 12 at 01:05 JST). The anime will also air on Sun TV, KBS Kyoto, and TV Aichi.

Kuu Tanaka’s Tate no Kuni manga is set in a country where two dimensions intersect. The “Tate no Kuni” (lit. Framed Country) refers to the world of paintings, while the “Yon no Kuni” (lit. Four-sided Country) is the real world where humans live. One day, a girl named Alice who lives in the Yon no Kuni falls into a painting and arrives in the Tate no Kuni. There, she meets a boy named Kazuki who has been trapped in the painting for years. Together, Alice and Kazuki begin their adventure in the strange world of paintings.

The manga is being serialized in Kadokawa’s Monthly Comic Dengeki Daioh G magazine, and the third volume will ship on December 27. Seven Seas Entertainment licensed the manga in English, and it released the second volume on November 14.

The Tate no Kuni manga is a fantasy adventure story that follows Alice, a young girl who is transported to a strange world. There she meets her friend Kazuki and they set out on an adventure to explore this new world. The manga is currently being serialized in Monthly Comic Blade, and the first volume will be released on June 30th. The anime adaptation will air in Japan this fall. Are you excited about the Tate no Kuni anime? Let us know in the comments!


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