Yuri Is My Job releases main preview and trailer

The love anime of future girls Yuri is my job released a basic preview and a new trailer on Tuesday. Studio Lings and Passione will collaborate to animate the series, which is set to premiere on April 6.

Yuri is my work Visual
Yuri is my work – Basic preview

Yui Ogura, who voices the main character Hime Shirasagi, will perform the opening song titled “Himitsu♡Melody”. The ending song is titled “Yume ga Samete mo” and is sung by Hime Shirasagi and Mitsuki Ayanokoji (voiced by Sumire Uesaka). The opening theme can be heard in the final trailer.

Yuri is my work – trailer

The anime previously revealed a key visual and video. The series staff includes Hijiri Sanpei acting as director, Taisuke Iwasaki as character designer, and Megumi Ohashi as music composer. The cast also includes:

  • Yui Ogura as Hime Shirasagi
  • Sumire Uesaka as Mitsuki Ayanokoji
  • Minami Tanaka as Kanoko Mamiya
  • Makoto Koichi as Sumika Chibana
  • Yukari Tamura as Mai Mikoshiba
  • Asami Seto as Nene Nishidera

The television anime is based on the Minman manga, which was first serialized in Ichijinsha Yuri Hime’s November 2016 comic. Kodanshapublished the English version of the girl love manga and described it as:
Hime is a perfect princess in high school – she is admired by everyone and never stumbles! So when she accidentally injures a cafe manager named Mai, she’s willing to cover some shifts to keep her facade intact. To Hime’s surprise, the cafe is themed around a private school where the female staff always do their best for their loyal customers. However, under the guidance of the most graceful girl there, Hime can’t help but blush and pout! Beneath all the frills and laughter, Hime senses a brewing tension as she learns more about her new job and her budding feelings…

source:Official Twitter
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Hikari Mikadzuki

Bonjour, je m'appelle Hikari ! Je suis une étudiante qui aime colorier et dessiner, lire et écrire. J'aime la musique classique, les bandes sonores et les films (surtout les anime).

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