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Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Chio-chan no Tsugakuro anime tv reveals four more voices to his cast


The official website of the animated adaptation of manga Chio-chan no Tsugakuro by Tadataka Kawasaki has revealed four new voices for its cast.

The new additions to the cast are:

  • Minami Shinoda as Takkun
  • Yuko Minaguchi as the mother of Takkun
  • Junji Majima as an Office Worker
  • Nobuo Tobita as Toshio Ushida

They are added to:

  • Naomi Ozora as Chio Miyamo, first student at the Samejima Academy. She is a big fan of playing video games on the PC who loves Western games and is not a fan of Japanese games.
  • Chiaki Omigawa as Manana Nonomura, Chio's childhood friend who is also a first-year student at the Samejima Academy.
  • Kade Hondo as Yuki Hosokawa, a classmate of Chio who is the brightest, most popular, beautiful and number 1 of the school.
  • Yo Taichi as Madoka Kushitori, third year student at the Samejima Academy and captain of the Kabaddi team, sport that he adores.
  • Rikiya Koyama as Mayuta Ando, ​​a feared neighborhood neighbor, delinquent and member of a biker gang. After meeting Chio, his life changes completely.
  • Hiroki Takahashi as Goto-sensei, a study guide at the Samejima Academy. There is no tomorrow when I am not at the school gate to discipline students hard.
  • Minori Suzuki as Momo Shinozuka, second year student at the Samejima Academy and member of the public moral committee. Help Goto-sensei every morning.


Takayuki Inagaki (Rosario to Vampire, Hatsukoi Monster) will be the director of the anime under Diomedea, also supervising the scripts. Mayuko Matsumoto (Gingitsune, Kancolle) will be responsible for designing the characters.

Naomi Ozora, Chiaki Omigawa and Kaede Hondo will be responsible for putting the opening as their respective characters. Ozora and Omigawa will also play the ending once again as their corresponding characters. The singles of both songs will be released on July 25 in Japan.
The story is led by a high school student named Chio Miyamo and his problems to get to class every day, which range from road works, urgencies to go to the bathroom or even a biker gang.
Kawasaki launched the manga on the pages of the Monthly Comic Flapper in 2014, having released its eighth compilation volume on March 23.

The premiere of the anime is dated for July 6.