In the second promotional video for Asato Mizu’s romantic comedy manga series Aharen-san wa Hakarenai (Aharen is Undecipherable), The video also teases TrySail’s opening theme song “Hanarenai Kyori” (Inseparable Distance) and its April 1 release date.
Aharen-san wa Hakarenai casts
In addition to Rika Nagae, who plays Raido’s younger sister in middle school, Natsumi Fujiwara, who plays Atsushi, an elementary school student who is smitten with Aharen, and Maria Sashide, who plays Futaba, who sees Aharen as a rival for Atsushi’s affection, have all been announced as cast members for the film, according to Anime News Network.
As the additional casts are also revealed, Inori Minase portrays the title character Reina Aharen, and Takuma Terashima portrays Raido in the supporting cast. Aharen’s childhood pal Mitsuki Shiro is played by M.A.O. in the film. Ms. Tharu, a classic literature teacher at Aharen’s school, is played by Kana Hanazawa.
Shueisha’s digital manga magazine Shonen Jump+ publishes the original Aharen-san wa Hakarenai manga serialized in Shonen Jump+.
As per the report, the opening theme music “Hanarenai Kyori” (Inseparable Distance) is performed by the unit TrySail, and the closing theme song “Kyori-Kan” is performed by the unit HaKoniwalily (A Sense of Distance).
As Crunchyroll reveals the storyline, Reina Aharen, and Raido, the boy next to her in class, are the subjects of a young romantic comedy that chronicles their “indecipherable” daily routines. An initial impression of distance between Aharen and Raido was due to Aharen’s inability to gauge the distance between persons, or personal boundaries.
Aharen dropped an eraser, and Raid grabbed it up. Suddenly, the gap between them seemed unbearably close. Aharen can go from too far to way too close in the blink of an eye.
Aharen-san wa Hakarenai is a Japanese animated television series directed by Yasutaka Yamamoto and Tomoe Makino, with animation production by FelixFilm.