'Isekai Yakkyoku' reveals second PV for TV anime in July 2022
The second PV introduces more of the supporting characters plus another sneak peek into Falma's past.
By: Nicole S. Castro on June 05, 2022 at 18:52 PHT
A second promotional video has been released for the upcoming TV anime adaptation of Liz Takayama and keepout's light novel series Isekai Yakkyoku (Japanese: 異世界薬局, Literal English: Alternate/Parallel World Pharmacy).
The anime is scheduled to air on July 10, 2022 and is produced by studio Diomedéa.
The series centers on protagonist Falma de Médicis (CV: Aki Toyosaki). In his former life, he was a Japanese pharmacologist and researcher named Yakutani Kanji who died from overwork. He is reincarnated as Pharma in a parallel world resembling medieval Europe.
As Falma, his body serves as the host to the guardian deity of medicine; thus granting him superior healing abilities. This immerses him in a world full of both joy and tragedy as he struggles to save his patients.
The second PV features the anime's opening and ending themes. The opening is Dreamy Chronicle (夢想的クロニクル) sung by Kaori Ishihara. Meanwhile, the ending theme song is White Rain (白雨) sung and composed by Little Black Dress.
Falma de Médicis (CV: Aki Toyosaki)
Eléonore Bonnefoi (CV: Reina Ueda)
Charlotte Soller (CV: Kaede Hondo)
Elisabeth II (CV: Shizuka Ito)
Bruno de Médicis (CV: Kenji Nomura)
Blanche de Médicis (CV: Maria Naganawa)
Original: Liz Takayama ("Isekai Yakkyoku" by MF Books / KADOKAWA)
Director: Keizo Kusakawa
Series composition / Screenplay: Wataru Watari
Character design: Mayuko Matsumoto
Art director: Tomoyasu Hosoi
Color design: Yuki Hayashi
Cinematographer: Yasuyuki Ito
Sound director: Yayoi Tateishi
Sound effects: Yasushi Inomata (Zero Wave)
Sound production: Bit Groove Promotion
Music: Tatsuya Kato, Satoshi Hono
Music production: Pony Canyon
Animation production: Diomedéa
About Isekai Yakkyoku
Isekai Yakkyoku is a Japanese light novel series written by Liz Takayama and illustrated by keepout. It began serialization online in July 2015 on the user-generated novel publishing website Shōsetsuka ni Narō. It was later acquired by Media Factory who publish the series under their MF Books imprint.
A manga adaptation with art by Sei Takano has been serialized online via Kadokawa Shoten's ComicWalker website since November 2016.
Source: Isekai Yakkyoku official Twitter, official website