After its premiere, the anime adaptation of Yuji Kaku’s Hell’s Paradise: Jigokuraku manga revealed its opening and ending sequences.
Studio MAPPA is in charge of animating the series, which is set to have 13 episodes. The opening theme song, “Ｗ●ＲＫ,” is performed by millennium parade and Ringo Sheena, while Uru’s “Kamihitoe” is the ending theme.
The Opening Theme:
The Ending Theme:
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Original: Yuji Kaku “Hell’s Paradise” (published by Shueisha Jump Comics)
Director: Kaori Makita
Series composition: Kazuaki Kaneda
Character design: Koji Kuki
Music: Yoshiaki Dewa
Chiaki Kobayashi as Gabimaru
Yumiri Hanamori as Yamada Asaemon Sagiri
Ryohei Kimura as Aza Chōbei
Kensho Ono as Yamada Asaemon Tōma
Rie Takahashi as Yuzuriha
Tetsu Inada as Tamiya Gantetsusai
Aoi Ichikawa as Yamada Asaemon Fuchi
Chikahiro Kobayashi as Yamada Asaemon Shion
Yūsuke Kobayashi as Yamada Asaemon Tenza
Makoto Koichi as Nurugai
Daiki Yamashita as Yamada Asaemon Senta
Shihei Lin, the editor for Chainsaw Man and Spy x Family manga, edited the manga version, which was serialized in the Shonen Jump Plus online magazine from 2018 to 2021. Viz Media has licensed the English version of the manga.
Gabimaru the Hollow, a ninja of Iwagakure Village known for being cold and emotionless, was set up by his fellow ninja and is now on death row. Tired of killing and betrayal, he wants to die. However, no method of execution works on him because as much as the seemingly apathetic Gabimaru refuses to admit it, he does have a reason to live. He wants to return to his wife, who was the reason why he softened up and failed to be an effective assassin. Thus, he refuses to die. Asaemon the Decapitator, a famous executioner, sees this and has a proposal for the ninja. He wants Gabimaru to join an expedition to an island south of Japan in search of the elixir of life in exchange for a full pardon by the Shogunate. However, this island isn’t a normal island: it’s believed to be Paradise.
Kaku launched the manga on Shueisha’s Shonen Jump+ website and app in January 2018 and ended the series in January 2021. The series has more than 4 million copies in circulation. Viz Media released the manga digitally through its Shonen Jump service.
Source: Official Website, Press Release