New trailer and details for Gunjō no Fanfare
Aniplex presented last Sunday a new video anime promo Gunjō no Fanfare. He himself reveals new information about the series including new actors from dubbing Y members of the production team. The new confirmed voice actors are Takahiro Sakurai, Hiroki Touchi Y Chiaki Kobayashi, which give voice to the characters of Yutaka Asahi, Kazuo Nohira Y Maki City, respectively.
After this announcement, the list of dubbing actors, along with the character they give voice, of this series is as follows:
Natsuki Hanae plays Amane Grace.
Shougo Yano What Yū Arimura.
Shimba Tsuchiya from the voice to Shun Kanami.
Yōjirō Itokawa of the voice Aki Kyōriki.
Tatsumaru Tachibana como Sōjirō Sakuraba.
Inori Minase interpret Eri Shimotsuki.
Toshiyuki Toyonaga of the voice Hayato Hosho.
Chiaki Kobayashi What Maki City.
Takahiro Sakurai from the voice to Yutaka Asahi.
Hiroki Touchi What Kazuo Nohira.
Lynn plays Tako Kitami.
The new members of the production team, and studios, confirmed for this production are the following:
- Series composition: Team Fanfare.
- Main screenwriter: Naohiro Fukushima.
- Chief Animation Director: Tomokatsu Nagasaku.
- Art director: Tomoe Ookubo.
- Color manager: Reiko Iwasawa.
- Director of photography: Keiichi Saitō (Production I.G).
- Edition: Shota Migiyama (Troyca).
- 3DCG: Peakys.
- 3D horse modeling: KOEI Tecmo Games.
- Sound Director: Masanori Tsuchiya.
- In charge of the audio effects: Half HP Studio.
Makoto Katō (Lord El-Melloi II’s Case Files: Rail Zeppelin Grace) directs this anime by Gunjō no Fanfare for the study Lay-duce (To Become a Real Heroine! The Unpopular Girl and the Secret Task, Classroom Crisis). Hiro Kanzaki (Eromanga Sensei) is in charge of character design, while Hiroyuki Sawano (86 – EIGHTY-SIX, Promare, No Guns Life) composes the musical band of the series. The series is scheduled to premiere on the spring from 2022 in the Japanese chains of Tokyo MX, BS11, Gunma TV, Tochigi TV, Y MBS.
The story takes place in a horse racing academy that trains children to become jockeys. The three-year academy is very competitive, and those wishing to enter must not only pass an academic exam, but also a physical and fitness exam.