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Friday, June 15, 2018

Kyoto Teramachi Sanjo at Holmes anime reveals four new voices for cast

The official website of the animated television adaptation of the manga Kyoto Teramachi Sanjo no Holmes by Mai Mochizuki and Ichiha Akizuki has shown a new promotional image and revealed four new voices for its cast. The image is a collaboration with Kyoto's Keihan Sanjo subway station, which serves as the setting for the main characters.

The new voices are:

Rikiya Koyama as Seiji Yagashira, grandfather of Kiyotaka.
Yoji Ueda as Takeshi Yagashira, father of Kiyotaka.
Suzuna Kinoshita as Kaori Miyashita, student of the same institute as Aoi.
Yui Horie as Saori Miyashita, Kaori's older sister.

They join the voices already announced previously:

Miyu Tomita as Aoi Mashiro
Kaito Ishikawa as Kiyotaka Yagashira
Ryohei Kimura as Akihito Kajiwara
Koji Yusa as Ensho
Sanae Kobayashi as Rikyu Takiyama

Noriyoshi Sasaki (Ojisan to Marshmallow, Ou-sama The Animation) will be the director of the anime under the well-known Seven studio. Kenichi Yamashita (Ishida to Asakura) will be responsible for the scripts, while Yosuke Ito (Ou-sama The Animation) will be the character designer and the chief animation director.

Wagakki Band will be in charge of the ending of the series with the song "Sasameyuki", while AŌP will be in charge of the opening with "Koi ni Saku Nazo, Harahara to".

Aoi Mashiro is a high school girl who goes to an antique shop in the Teramachi Sanjo shopping district of Tokyo, where she meets Kiyotaka Yagashira, the son of the business owner. Aoi will end up working part-time in the store and discover that Kiyotaka is known as "the Holmes of Teramachi Sanjo", which will end up helping his new boss to solve all kinds of strange cases that customers will entrust.

Mochizuki launched the novels illustrated by Yamochishizu in April 2015, having released its ninth volume on March 14th. Akizuki premiered his adaptation to manga last December in the pages of the Monthly Action of Futabasha.

The series will premiere on July 9 on TV Tokyo.