Rinshi!! Ekoda-chan Anime Reveals Release Date And Cast

Rinshi!! Ekoda-chan has got its anime adaptation, and it is going to be released pretty soon. The release date for the anime was revealed in the official website of Yukari Takinami’s Rinshi!! Ekoda-chan anime. The anime is based on the four-panel comedy manga. It is going to premiere on January 8.

Along with the announcement of the premiere date, the cast for the anime has also been revealed. The anime will be made in sn omnibus format. Each episode will feature different character designers, director, voice actors, and an animation studio.

Rinshi!! Ekoda-chan TV Anime
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The anime will be made in an omnibus format, with each episode having a different director, character designer, voice actors, and an animation studio. The cast, and the director they will work alongside with include:

Romi Park and Gisaburō Sugii (Touch, Arashi no Yoru ni, Night on the Galactic Railroad)
Suzuko Mimori and Ryousuke Takahashi(Votoms, Dougram, FLAG)
Haruka Ishida and Akitarō Daichi (Kodocha, Fruits Basket)
Chiemi Chiba and Tomomi Mochizuki (Twin Spica, Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou: Quiet Country Cafe)
Mika Doi and Shin Misawa (Capeta)
Ami Koshimizu and Takeo Takahashi (Spice and Wolf, Rokka: Braves of the Six Flowers)
Rumi Shishido and Yoshitomo Yonetani (Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma)
Megumi Koshōji and Osamu Kobayashi (BECK)
Mariya Ise and Masayuki Kojima (Made in Abyss, Monster)
Yuiko Tatsumi and Akira Shigino (Osomatsu-kun)
Ai Kobayashi and Hiroshi Nagahama (Mushishi)
Tamurapan and Koji Morimoto (Magnetic Rose, Dimension Bomb)

The anime is going to premiere on Tokyo MX on January 8 at 25:00 (effectively 1:00 a.m. on January 9), and on AT-X on January 9 at 24:30 (effectively 12:30 a.m. on January 10). The manga by Takinami centers around Ekoda, who works various jobs. She explores the city nightlife.

Takinami has a boyfriend but, she is into casual relationships instead of taking it seriously. The manga ran in Kodansha’s Afternoon magazine from 2005 to 2014. Kodansha also published eight compiled book volumes for the manga. The manga inspired a television anime back in 2011.

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