The official YouTube channel for Reiwa no Di Gi Charat, the forthcoming new mini anime from Bushiroad's popular character franchise Di Gi Charat, has started streaming second PV to announce its premiere schedule in Japan.
The new anime will begin airing on Fridays at 11pm (JST) in the D4DJ program on TOKYO MX and BS Nittele, starting October 7, 2022. The whole D4DJ program, including Di Gi Charat's anime segment, will also be streamed on D4DJ's official YouTube channel simultaneously, then Di Gi Charat's official YouTube channel will stream the anime segment only 30 minutes later.
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Hiroaki Sakurai, who has worked on the previous Di Gi Charat anime series, returns to the director's chair, alongside anime character designer Atsuko Watanabe (HaNaYaMaTa). Liden Films works on anime production. And most importantly, all of the familiar voices, including Di Gi Charat (Asami Sanada), Petit Charat (Miyuki Sawashiro), Rabi~en~Rose (Kyoko Hikami), and Gema (Yoshiko Kamei), are confirmed to return. The opening theme song, "Aimaisa, Koufukuron" (Ambiguity, Eudaemonics), is sung by JAM Project member Mamasi Okui.
D.U.P. version key visual:
Black Gema-Gema Gang version key visual:
Goddess duo version key visual:
Main voice cast:
RELATED: Reiwa no Di Gi Charat Mini Anime Teaser PV Announces Its Fall 2022 Premiere
Source: "Reiwa no Di Gi Charat" official YouTube channel
©Bushiroad ©BROCCOLI Illustration Koge-Donbo
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