The staff behind the television anime adaptation of Aoi Akashiro and Sonshō Hangetsuban’s Kaminaki Sekai no Kamisama Katsudō manga has announced that the series is set to premiere on April 5 at 25:30 JST on the TOKYO MX channel. This translates to effectively April 6 at 1:30 a.m. or April 5 at 12:30 p.m. EDT. The anime will also be broadcasted on BS NTV, Kansai TV, Saga TV, and AT-X.
Moreover, the series will be available for streaming on the dAnime Store starting from April 5, as well as on other streaming services in Japan.
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The anime adaptation of Aoi Akashiro and Sonshō Hangetsuban’s Kaminaki Sekai no Kamisama Katsudō manga has revealed its staff and cast details. Yuki Inaba, who directed episodes of Non Non Biyori Nonstop, will helm the series at Studio Palette, with Yoshifumi Sueda (known for High School DxD Hero) serving as supervisor. The anime’s series composition is in the hands of Aoi Akashiro, the manga’s original writer, while Kaori Yoshikawa, the chief animation director for The World’s Finest Assassin, will design the characters. The opening theme song “I Wish” will be performed by Rin Kurisu, and the ending theme song “Steppin’ Up Life!” will be performed by Akari Kitō, who also voices the character Mitama.
Yukito’s parents are the leaders of a cult. After he gets sacrificed, he gets reincarnated into another world where religion doesn’t exist and porn books are akin to a child’s doodles. He finds that it’s also a world where your life and death is decided by the country. While obstructing his friend’s execution, both of them lose their lives. Just at that moment, the god of his religion comes to their world and revives them.
Kaminaki Sekai no Kamisama Katsudō manga was serialized in Hero’s Inc.’s Monthly Hero’s magazine starting May 2019, until the magazine ceased publication in 2020, after which it moved to Comiplex. The sixth volume of the manga was published by Hero’s Inc. on November 29. The spin-off manga titled Kaminaki Sekai no Onee-chan Katsudō by Tokisada Hayami started on November 25.