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Studio Apartment, Good Lighting, Angel Included Trailer Plays Opening Theme Song

The anime version of Studio Apartment, Good Lighting, Angel Included (a.k.a. One Room, Hi Atari Futsū, Tenshi Tsuki. in Japanese) will debut in April, and ahead of this a new trailer has dropped. In addition to telling us more about the crew, we get a first listen to the opening theme song “Kimi Iro no Kiseki” (translated as “Your Color’s Miracle”) being performed by Yui Ogura.

According to the trailer, Hayato Yoshida handles Color Design, Toshiko Kaizu handles Art Setting, Daisuke Negishi is the Art Director, Mutsuki Aoki is the Director of Photography, Yuki Honda is in charge of editing, Yutaka Nakashima is the 3D Director, and Nozomi Nakatani is the Sound Director.

We don’t hear it in the trailer, but the ending theme song is “Sunny Canvas” and performed by SoundOrion.

It had previously been revealed that Shūichirō Umeda plays Tarō Tokumitsu, Hikaru Tohno plays Towa, Hana Tamegai plays Tsumugi Tsutsumi, Saori Ōnishi plays Noel Izumi, Yui Ogura plays Lilishka, and Kanon Takao plays Hisui Tsurumi.

The anime is being made at Okuru to Noboru, with Kenta Ōnishi of The Hidden Dungeon Only I Can Enter helming the project as director. The music is being composed by Shunsuke Takizawa, who is known for working on The 100 Girlfriends Who Really, Really, Really, Really, Really Love You. Credit for both writing and supervising the series scripts goes to Shogo Yasukawa, whose credits include Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma.

Yen Press releases the original manga by matoba and gave this description for it:

Shintaro Tokumitsu is a high schooler living all alone, but things take an unexpected turn when a girl named Towa shows up on his balcony! Not only is she incredibly pure and sweet, but there’s something different about her-something…divine. Just who is Shintaro’s new roommate, and what adorable high jinks lie in store?!

Source: ANN


Danica Davidson is the author of the bestselling Manga Art for Beginners with artist Melanie Westin, plus its sequel, Manga Art for Everyone, and the first-of-its-kind manga chalk book Chalk Art Manga, both illustrated by professional Japanese mangaka Rena Saiya. Check out her other comics and books at www.danicadavidson.com.