MAPPA x Madhouse's 'takt op.Destiny' TV anime reveals main visual, songs & cast, series begins Oct 5
Written by: Jei Beltrano
Published on: September 5, 2021 at 21:14 PHT (GMT+8)
The new TV anime series 'takt op.Destiny' animated in collaboration with animation studios MAPPA and Madhouse has revealed on Sunday its main visual, theme songs, and additional cast members for the upcoming anime. The series is set to begin broadcasting on October 5, 2021.
The opening theme song titled 'takt' is performed by ryo (supercell) feat. mafumafu, gaku while the ending theme song titled 'SYMPHONIA' is performed by Japanese singer and actress Mika Nakashima.
The additional cast members for the series were also announced including:
Shion Wakayama as Destiny
Kaede Hondo as Anna Schneider
Miku Ito as Titan
Satoshi Hino as Lenny
The teaser promotional video was previously revealed during the franchise's stage presentation at MAPPA Stage 2021 -10th Anniversary- held June featuring the announcement of the anime series and the reveal of its cast and staff.
The anime is part of the collaboration project produced by Bandai Namco and DeNA named 'takt op.', which depicts "Musicart" girls who battle with classical music. A game was also in works which was previously revealed last March with a project promotional video release.
The new anime series is animated by animation studios MAPPA and Madhouse with Yuuki Itoh serving as the series director. Kiyoko Yoshimura is writing the scripts and Reiko Nagasawa is designing the characters based on the original designs by LAM. Yoshihiro Ike is in charge of the music composition. The series was announced
The anime's cast includes:
Koki Uchiyama as Takt Asahina
The project's cast includes:
Kaede Hondo as Unmei ("Fate"), who holds the score for Beethoven's "Symphony No. 5 in C Minor Op.67"
Natsu Yorita as Mokusei ("Jupiter"), who holds the score for Gustav Holst's "Jupiter, the Bringer of Jollity"
Maria Sashide as Kirakira-boshi ("Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star"), who holds the score for Mozart's "Ah vous dirai-je, Maman' K.265 (300e)"
Sumire Uesaka as Walküre, who holds the score for Wagner's "Die Walküre" from the opera Der Ring des Nibelungen
Yumiri Hanamori as Carmen, who holds the score for "Carmen" from Georges Bizet's opera