Drugstore in Another World Anime Reveals Opening and Ending Theme Song Artists – Up News Info

lantis announced on Wednesday that Risae Matsuda, Akane Kumada, and June Fukushima will perform the ending theme song for the anime adaptation of Kennoji and Matsuuniit is Pharmacy in another world: the slow life of a cheater pharmacist (Cheat Kusushi no Slow Life – Isekai ni Tsukurō Pharmacy) series of light novels. The song is titled “Mainichi Kashimashi Pharmacy” (Everyday Noisy Pharmacy). The single will be released on July 28.

Additionally, Kumeda will perform the opening theme song “Kokoro Hayaru.” The single will be released on August 4.

The series will premiere this summer, and it stars:

Masafumi Sato (Denki-Gai) directs the anime to MPE squared. Hiroko Kanasugi (Hakushon Daimao 2020, Diabolik Lovers Plus, Blood) writes and oversees scripts for the series, and Etsuko Sumimoto (Yuri Kuma Arashi, Children’s Tsurure) fits Matsuunicharacter designs for animation. Tomoki Kikuya (Eromanga Sensei, Sketch of Hidamari, Yuuna and the Haunted Hot Springs) composes the music to lantis, and Ryousuke Naya is the sound director. Kenichi Tajiri is the artistic director, Michiaki Nakano is the color maker, and Jiro Tazawa is the director of photography.

Seven Seas Entertainment publishes both the novels and the manga adaptation of the novels in English. The company describes the story of the novel series:

Corporate drone Reiji is transported to a fantasy world, where he discovers he can craft potions at a higher level than his rank should allow. Taking advantage of this, Reiji makes a handsome profit – enough to open his own pharmacy. An elf who can’t aim his bow? Give him eye drops! A dragon that accidentally breathes fire? Cough syrup! Reiji’s relaxing new life of making medicine for fantastical creatures is about to begin!

Kennoji began publishing the story originally on the Shōsetsuka ni Narō website in 2016, and Hifumi Shobō’s Brave Book imprint publishes the novels with illustrations by Matsuuni. Eri Haruno is serializing a manga adaptation on the Gamma Plus Web Comic a service. Yen Press published the first volume of the novel on Tuesday and the first volume of the manga on March 30.

Sources: Lantis, MoCa News

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