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Sunday, February 25, 2018

The anime Lost Song will feature an ending by Yukari Tamura


From the official website of Lost Song, the original anime that will premiere via Netflix globally, have revealed that Yukari Tamura will be in charge of interpreting the ending with the song "Tears Echo". The ending single will go on sale on May 23, the same day the opening single, "Utaeba Soko ni Kimi ga Iru Kara" by Konomi Suzuki, will be released.


In Japan the series will premiere on March 31, consisting of 12 episodes that will be broadcast every Saturday on a weekly basis, although it can also be seen through several television channels starting on April 7. For your arrival to Netflix outside of Japan you will have to wait for summer.

In the cast they will be:

  • Konomi Suzuki as Rin
  • Yukari Tamura as Finis
  • Chiaki Takahashi as Pony Goodlight
  • Asami Seto as Monica Rukkusu
  • Misaki Kuno as Al
  • Seiichiro Yamashita as Henry Leopold
  • Ai Kayano as Court / Mel
  • Tsuyoshi Koyama as Bazra Beamorusu
  • Yuuto Suzuki as Rudo Bernstein IV
  • Mitsuru Ogata as Doctor Weizen
  • Hiroshi Ito as Talgia Hawkley
Junpei and Morita will direct the anime under the LIDEN FILMS and Dwango studios, as well as writing the script. The original character designs are by Tomonori Fukuda (Robotics; Notes), while the music will be put by Yuusuke Shirato (Sakurasou no Pet na Kanojo).

Chikara Sakurai will be responsible for the animation, Shizue Kaneko will be responsible for the main character designs and Shuichi Hara and Toshiyuki Fujisawa the secondary character designers. Barnstorm Design Labo will be in charge of the general designs, being Kinichi Okubo the artistic director and Mineyo Onishi responsible for the color. Mitsuyoshi Yamamoto will be responsible for the direction of photography. 5pb. Records will produce the music.

Rin is a girl full of energy who loves to eat and who lives in a border town surrounded by nature. Inside the walls of the bustling capital city, the singer Finis spends her days in solitude. Both share a special power that no one else has: a miraculous power capable of healing wounds, creating water and whipping the winds. It is the power of the song. Guided by the hand of the same destiny, both young women will face an arduous journey in which they will need the power of the song. The shadow of war lurks the kingdom and has begun to stain with innocent blood even the miraculous songs. Beloved beings face death and the muffled screams resound in a stone prison. When the destinies of the girls cross, how will the resulting song be? One of hope or one of despair? Or maybe…?
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