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Harem in the Labyrinth of Another World Shares Trailer, Will Have 3 Versions

The anime adaptation of the light novels Harem in the Labyrinth of Another World (Isekai Meikyū de Harem o in Japanese) will debut on July 6. The anime will have different versions playing on TV, including a version that’s unedited and two versions that contain various levels of restrictions. The unedited version is called the “super harem” version. A short trailer has dropped for the anime. In it, you can hear the opening theme song “Oath” being performed by Shiori Mikami.

We don’t hear it here, but the ending theme song will be called “Shinshi no Torihiki 60-Man Naal” (translated as “Gentleman’s Deal 600,000 Naal”) and performed by Taku Yashiro and Kenta Miyake. On top of that, Yashiro plays Michio Kaga, Shiori Mikami plays Roxanne, and Miyake plays Allen.

Crunchyroll, which has streaming rights and will release the series as it airs in Japan, gave this description of the anime:

“Struggling with life and society, high school student Michio Kaga wanders about the Internet and lands on an odd website. The website, featuring a number of questions and a point based system, allows one to create skills and abilities for a character. Upon completing his character, Kaga was transported to a game-like fantasy world and reborn as a strong man who can claim idol-level girls. Thus begins the cheat and harem legend of a reborn man!”

The anime is being made at Passione, with Naoyuki Tatsuwa of Nisekoi and The Island of Giant Insects working as the director. The task of being in charge of series scripts goes to Kurasumi Sunayama, who has previously worked on Minami Kamakura High School Girls Cycling Club and Yowamushi Pedal New Generation. The music is being composed by Tomoki Kikuya, who’s done music for the Hidamari Sketch franchise.

Source: ANN

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