The official website of the anime television adaptation of the manga Kyoto Teramachi Sanjo no Holmes by Mai Mochizuki and Ichiha Akizuki has revealed three new voices for its cast.

Ryohei Kimura as Akihito Kajiwara, a handsome newbie actor. His light-colored hair gives him a certain aspect of foreigner. His father is a famous novelist. Although he grew up in Kyoto, he speaks in a fairly common Japanese language under the influence of his parents. He is a sincere and too direct person who is hostile to some extent towards Kiyotaka.

Koji Yusa as Ensho, who is known as an impostor genius. He once tried to become a monk, but he knows Kiyotaka and goes back to his old habits. He has the habit of always wearing a kimono and shaving his head. It has reflexes and an unusual skill.

Sanae Kobayashi as Rikyu Takiyama, a handsome young man whom he confused with a woman very often since he was a boy, with which to train his body he has studied martial arts and judo in France. He respects Kiyotaka very much, although his attitude towards Aoi is somewhat more stoic.

They join the voices already announced previously:
  • Miyu Tomita as Aoi Mashiro
  • Kaito Ishikawa as Kiyotaka Yagashira

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.

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, with its ninth volume scheduled to go on sale next March 14. Akizuki premiered his adaptation to manga last December in the pages of the Monthly Action of Futabasha.

The series will be released next July.