The Farming Life in Another World anime release date is on January 6, 2023, in the Winter 2023 anime season. The anime will air in Japan on TV TOKYO and AT-X on January 6, and BS TV TOKYO on January 8, 2023.
The Farming Life in Another World anime adaptation was first announced in March 2022. In August 2022, its website was opened, revealing a teaser visual and the main staff.
A trailer PV for the anime has been released to corroborate the premiere date announcement. The trailer introduces us to the main cast of characters and gives a glimpse into the premise of the show.
Here is the trailer PV released by the production team on the Pony Canyon Anime Youtube channel:
Cast and staff
Here is the main cast of Farming Life in Another World anime released today:
- Atsushi Abe (Touma Kaijou in A Certain Magical Index) as Hiraku Machio. Hiraku lost his life after a battle with a disease but was rejuvenated and transferred to another world. He received “universal farming tools” and a “healthy body” from God, and cultivated forests to build farmland and villages.
- Shino Shimoji (Maha in The World’s Finest Assassin Gets Reincarnated in Another World as an Aristocrat) as Ru. She is a famous vampire princess, who can change her body size (age) at will.
- Aya Suzaki (Mako Mankanshoku in Kill la Kill) as “Angel of Annihilation” Tia. She is an excellent magician who comes to the forest in search of Ru, who has disappeared, and joins the village.
- Lynn (Sakura Yamauchi in I Want To Eat Your Pancreas) as Ria. Ria is a High Elf leader. After wandering around the forest for a long time, he meets Hiraku and others and becomes a resident of the village.
Ryoichi Kuraya is directing the anime at Studio Zero-G. Touko Machida is in charge of the series scripts. Yasuharu Takanashi and Johannes Nilsson are composing the music.
More about Farming Life in Another World
Farming Life in Another World, also known in Japan as Isekai Nonbiri Nouka, is an upcoming anime based on the Japanese light novel series of the same name written by Kinosuke Naito and illustrated by Yasumo.
The novels were first serialized online via the user-generated novel publishing website Shosetsuka ni Naro. It series was later acquired by Enterbrain, who began publishing the novels with illustrations by Yasumo in October 2017. Twelve volumes have been released to date.
The series also received a manga adaptation with illustrations from Yasuyuki Tsurugi. Nine tankobon volumes have been released to date.
For more information on the series, check out the official Isekai Nonbiri Nouka anime website.