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An anime adaptation of the series was announced via a wraparound band on Volume 18 of the manga on September 12, 2016, and was later confirmed to be a television series. It premiered in April 2017. The was directed and scripts written by Ryōichi Kuraya at studio Zero-G, Yasuharu Takanashi is composing the music at Pony Canyon.

Crunchyroll obtained streaming rights to the series which can be viewed on their website for those in North America, Latin America, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. Funimation released an english dub as part of their SimulDub program, available for streaming on Crunchyroll.[1]

On March 6 2019, a second season titled "Tsugu Tsugumomo" was announced, scheduled to air in 2020, along with an OVA.[2]

Cast

Cast Seiyū
Narration Kikuko Inoue
Kazuya Kagami Yūko Sanpei
Kiriha Naomi Ōzora
Kukuri Yurika Kubo (Child)
Kikuko Inoue (Adult)
Chisato Chikaishi Noriko Shibasaki
Kokuyou Eriko Matsui
Shirou Shiramine Sachi Kokuryu
Osamu Osanai Shiho Sasaki
Kasumi Kagami Ayana Taketatsu
Sunao Sumeragi Yō Taichi
Kotetsu Rumi Ōkubo
Kanaka Kagami Kotono Mitsuishi
Taguri Kaneyama M・A・O
Tadataka Tadata Mikako Komatsu
Isuzu Iriha Emiri Tachibana
Nakajima Shinya Hamazoe
Hiroshi Ohkado Yōhei Hamada
Tatami Tadata Honoka Inoue
Misako Misago Yuka Ōtsubo
Nanako Nanakai Ryō Hirohashi
Eiko Nago Hitomi Ōwada
Yuu Osakabe Yuka Ōtsubo
Sakumi Muratsuki Kana Yuki
Honoka Ai Orikasa
Suzuri Sumeragi Hiromi Igarashi

Episodes

Season 1

Season 2

Gallery

Trailers

References

  1. https://www.funimation.com/blog/2017/04/25/english-cast-spring-simuldubs-2017/
  2. https://twitter.com/tsugumomo_anime/status/1103294665409753088
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