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"Kemono Jihen" TV anime series has been scheduled to premiere on January 10, theme songs revealed
November 3, 2020 at 7:22 PM PHT (GMT +8)
The official website of the TV anime adaptation of Shō Aimoto's "Kemono Jihen (Monster Incidents)" manga series has finally announced on Tuesday that the anime will begin broadcasting on January 2021. and the theme songs to be used has been revealed. Animation studio Ajia-do will produce and animate the series.
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©Sho Aimoto / SHUEISHA, Kemono Jihen Production Committee
The opening theme song titled "Kemonomichi" will be performed by Daisuke Ono, who also plays the role of Mihai in the series, and the ending theme song by Sayaka Sasaki titled "Shirube".
The series is based on the Japanese manga series by Shō Aimoto. It has been serialized in Shueisha's shōnen manga magazine Jump Square since December 2016 and has been collected in eleven tankōbon volumes.
MAL (myanimelist.net) describes the anime as: When a series of animal bodies that rot away after a single night begin appearing in a remote mountain village, Inugami, a detective from Tokyo who specializes in the occult, is called to investigate.
While working the case, he befriends a strange boy who works in the field every day instead of going to school. Shunned by his peers and nicknamed "Dorotabo" after a yokai that lives in the mud, he helps Inugami uncover the truth behind the killings - but supernatural forces are at work, and while Dorotabo is just a nickname, it might not be the only thing about the boy that isn't human.