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Tokyo Mew Mew new to start July 5, new trailer released

The next Tokyo Mew Mew Newa “renewal” of the original Tokyo Mew Mew manga story, revealed a Japanese premiere date of July 5, and released its second trailer.

The new PV begins with a serious conversation between Ichigo Momomiya and Masaya Aoyama at an endangered species center from the start of the story. Later, the trailer changes gears to show Ichigo’s transformation sequence and power, as well as the abilities of Minto Aizawa, Lettuce Midorikawa, Purin Fon, and Zakuro Fujiwara in their post-transformation forms.

More cast details have also been revealed, with newly announced voice actors including Nobuhiko Okamoto like Quiche, Daiki Yamashita a beginning, Yuuichiro Umehara like Pie, Aina Suzuki like Miwa Honjou, Iori Saeki like Moe Yanagida, and Akira Ishida like Seiji Aizawa.

The original published by Kodansha Tokyo Mew Mew the manga series ran from 2000 to 2003 and is written by a prolific anime series composer and screenwriter Reiko Yoshida (Blue period and Heike’s story series composer) with illustrations by Mia Ikumi. Kodansha Comics describes the story as follows:

On her first date with the cutest boy in school, Ichigo is exposed to a mysterious ray that mixes her DNA with that of the endangered Iriomote Wildcat. She soon discovers that she has developed superhuman abilities and enhanced agility. Her newfound powers are put to the test when she leads a team with four other girls, each with special abilities. Together they must now protect Earth from an alien threat known as Deep Blue.

The staff of Tokyo Mew Mew New understand Takahiro Natori (ARIA Le CREPUSCOLO) as a director, Satoshi Ishino (FREE THE SPY) as a character designer, Yuka Yamada (asteroid in love) as the series’ composer, and Team-MAX’s Yasuharu Takanashi (Taisho Otome Fairy Tale) as a music composer. Yumeta Company and Graphinica are animation production companies.

Meanwhile, the cast includes Yuuki Tenma like Ichigo Momomiya, Mirai Hinata like Minto Aizawa, Ryouko Juuni such as Midorikawa Lettuce, Rian Toda like Purin Fon, Momoko Ishi like Zakuro Fujiwara, Yuuma Uchida like Masaya Aoyama, Yuichi Nakamura like Ryo Shirogane, Yuusuke Shirai like Keiichiro Akasaka, and Kaori Ishihara like Masha.

The Tokyo Mew Mew manga was serialized in Nakayoshi magazine and published under the Kodansha Comics Nakayoshi label. It inspired video games and a 2002 anime adaptation produced by Pierrot studioas well as two other manga series in the form of 2003 to 2004 Tokyo Mew Mew a The fashion and the most recent, still in progress Tokyo Mew Mew Ole! which started in 2020.


Source: Tokyo Mew Mew New website


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