Fanfare of Adolescence rides into next arc with new visual, trailer and cast

Original horse racing anime teen marching band is battling to position itself in preparation for its next “Training Center” arc which kicks off on May 21 with Episode 8, revealing new visual, trailer and cast details for the new characters.

Fanfare of Adolescence visual anime

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The newly announced cast members are:

Yoko Hikasa (Emilie in The devil is part-time!) as Akari Sumeragi

Junya Enoki (Itadori in JUJUTSU KAISEN) as Yukino Tayasu

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Mitsuru Miyamoto (Yashiro in DELETED) as Futoshi Kashino

Minako Kotobuki (Asuka in His! Euphonium) as Miku Kashino

Yuichi Nakamura (Hawks in my hero academia) as Kazuma Hayashida

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An original anime from Lay-duce studio (O maidens in your wild season), teen marching band is directed by Makoto Kato (flourish in you) and stars Shogo Yano (Mafuyu in given) like Yu Arimura, Shinba Tsuchiya (Shotaro in Backflip!!) as Shun Kazanami and Natsuki Hanae (Vanitas in The Vanitas Case Study) as Grace Amane.

If you are a sports anime fan, don’t miss the new episodes of teen marching band when they drop every Saturday, right here on Crunchyroll!

The jockey program at the horse racing school… A school with incredibly difficult entry requirements, where only one in ten to twenty applicants is accepted, and students need not only to be able to read, but also physical and athletic abilities. There, a boy who is a popular idol meets his real dream for the first time. A boy who grew up on an island dreams of spending his days racing with horses. A boy from England is unsure of the path his parents have chosen for him, but chooses to follow his dreams anyway. It’s the story of boys who pursue their dream of becoming a jockey.

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