'Remake Our Life!' TV anime series reveals first key visual, cast, and staff, to premiere in 2021

Written by: Jei Beltrano | Published on: February 26, 2021 at 6:43 PM PHT (GMT+8)


The official Twitter for the TV anime adaptation of Nachi Kio and Eretto's "Remake Our Life! (Bokutachi no Rimeiku)" light novel series has revealed on Friday its first key visual and character visual. The cast members and staff were also announced. The series is scheduled to premiere later this year.

Japanese animation studio Feel is animating the series with Tomoki Kobayashi serving as the series director. Scripts are written by Nachi Kio and Kousuke Kawamura is handling the character designs.

The announced cast includes (left to right):

  • Masahiro Itou as Kyoya Hashiba

  • Aoi Koga as Aki Shino

  • Aimi as Nanako Kogure

  • Nao Toyama as Eiko Kawasegawa

  • Haruki Ishiya as Tsurayuki Rokuonji

The series is based on the Japanese light novel series written by Nachi Kio and illustrated by Eretto. As of November 2020, Media Factory have published eight volumes and two spin-off volumes since March 2017 under their MF Bunko J imprint.


The novel inspired a manga adaptation with art by Bonjin Hirameki which has been serialized via Kodansha's Niconico-based Suiyoubi no Sirius manga service since November 2018. As of January 2021, it has been collected into four tankōbon volumes.


In November 2020, the TV anime adaptation of the novel series was announced.


Kodansha describes the story as:

Hashiba Kyouya is a 28 year old game developer. With his company going bankrupt, and him losing his job, he returns to his hometown. Looking at the success of creators of his age, he finds himself regretting his life decisions as he lay distressed on his bed. But when he opens his eyes, he finds that he has travelled 10 years back to the time before he entered college.


Will he finally make things right? This is a story about a failed person who is given a second opportunity to follow his dreams.

Source: Bokutachi no Rimeiku Official Twitter, Official Site