Tsukumogami Kashimasu anime tv reveal more cast, musical themes and premiere date


The official website of the animated television adaptation of the novel Tsukumogami Kashimasu by Megumi Hatakenaka has revealed a new promotional image, more members of its cast, its musical themes and its release date.


The series will premiere on July 23 at 00:10 on the NTV network.

The new voices announced are:

  • Tooru Nara as Notetsu
  • Yutaka Nakano as Tsukuyomi
  • Daisuke Hirakawa as Goi
  • Satomi Akesaka as Ohime
  • Yuka Iguchi as Usagi

Join the cast previously announced:

  • Junya Enoki as Seiji
  • Mikako Komatsu as Oko
  • Takahiro Sakurai as Sataro


The opening of the series will be MIYAVI vs. Kavka Shishido, while Mari Kuraki will be in charge of interpreting the ending.

Masahiko Murata (Baby Steps) will direct the series under Telecom Animation Film, being Kento Shimoyama (Shinkalion, Death March to Parallel World) who is in charge of the scripts. Miho Yano (Phantasy Star Online 2: The Animation) and Hiromi Yoshinuma (direction of animation in Naruto Shippuden) will design the characters based on the original designs of Lily Hoshino.

The team will also be:

Artistic direction: Natsue Muramoto
Color design: Ryoko Oka
Direction of photography: Yuuko Kamahara
Sound management: Yasunori Ebina
Music: Go Sato
Production: TMS Entertainment

The story takes place during the Edo period of Japan, in the Fukagawa neighborhood of the old capital. As the area is prone to fires and floods, residents rent daily things such as pots, clothes or futons instead of buying them so they do not have to carry anything if they need to flee in a dangerous situation. Obeni and Seiji, older brother and younger sister, run a tool rental shop called Izumoya. Among their inventory they have a very peculiar product: tsukumogami, objects that over the years have acquired their own spirit. Brothers often talk to these spirits and lend them to those who may be useful when they rent objects. The fame of the brothers makes other tsukumogami go to the place.

Kadokawa published the original novel in 2007, premiered in 2013 its sequel Tsukumogami, Asobo yo.