A new trailer PV was released for Tatami Time Machine Blues, the anime sequel to The Tatami Galaxy. The video previews the theme song titled Demachiyanagi Parallel Universe, performed by the group Asian Kung-Fu Generation.
The opening theme song for The Tatami Galaxy, Maigoinu to Ame no Beat, was also performed by the Asian Kung-Fu Generation.
Here is the trailer PV released by the production team:
Cast and staff for the anime
The main cast includes:
- Shintaro Asanuma, best known for playing Kusuo Saiki in The Disastrous Life of Saiki K. (ONA), as Watashi
- Maaya Sakamoto, best known for playing Shinobu in the Monogatari series, as Akashi
- Hiroyuki Yoshino, best known for playing Firo in Baccano!, as Ozu
- Kazuya Nakai, best known for playing Zoro in One Piece, as Higuchi (He will be replacing the character’s original voice actor, the late Keiji Fujiwara)
- Junichi Suwabe, best known for playing Yami in Black Clover, as Jogasaki
- Yuko Kaida, best known for playing Tsukuyo in Ginatama, as Hanuki
- Setsuji Sato, best known for playing Kapaeru in Demon Prince Enma, as Aijima
- Chikara Honda as Tamura-kun
Shingo Natsume, best known for directing One Punch Man, is directing the series at Science SARU. Makoto Ueda and Yusuke Nakamura are returning as the scriptwriter and the character designer from The Tatami Galaxy, respectively.
More about Tatami Time Machine Blues
Tatami Time Machine Blues anime is based on Tomihiko Morimi’s novel of the same name, which is a sequel to The Tatami Galaxy. It combines the characters of The Tatami Galaxy and the plot of the film Summer Time Machine Blues.
The anime will be screened in theaters for 3 weeks from September 30th in Japan. It will also be streamed globally on Disney+ with all six episodes, including an exclusive story not seen in the theatrical version. The date is still unannounced.
Crunchyroll describes the story as:
The story of Tatami Time Machine Blues is set during a sweltering midsummer day when Ozu, the protagonist’s “terrible friend,” accidentally drowns the only remote control for the air conditioning unit in their apartment. While they discuss their predicament with Akashi, the protagonist’s raven-haired love interest, a sloppily-dressed time-traveling student arrives from 25 years in the future, prompting the protagonist to borrow his time machine in an effort to snatch the remote control from the past before it breaks
You can visit the official Tatami Time Machine Blues Twitter handle for more information.