Netflix has revealed intentions to stream Detective Conan: Zero’s Tea outside of Japan beginning in July, and a new English-subtitled video. There’s also a sequel anime due to broadcast on Japanese television on April 4, and it now has a release date for other areas.
Detective Conan: Zero’s Tea will air on BS Nippon Television and Yomiuri TV after its premiere on Tokyo MX. On April 5, the animation will be available on Netflix in Japan. Detective Conan: Zero’s Tea Time anime, directed by Tomochi Kosaka and created by TMS Entertainment, features cast members from the original series. Nobuo Tobita as Yuya Kazami, Megumi Han as Haro, Azusa Enomoto as Mikiko Enomoto, Asako Dodo as Midori Kuriyama, Toru Furuya as Rei Furuya/Toru Amuro, according to the Otaku USA Magazine site.
Detective Conan Zero’s Tea Time
Takahiro Arai wrote and illustrated Detective Conan: Zero’s Tea Time, a Japanese manga series. It is a spin-off of Gosho Aoyama’s Detective Conan manga, with Aoyama supervising the project, and it focuses on Toru Amuro.
Takahiro Arai’s sequel manga of the same name debuted in the sections of Weekly Shonen Sunday in May of 2018. Toru Amuro, under the pretense of an innermost most waiter/detective at Café Poirot and Bourbon as a Shaded Organization’s members, followed the “three-faced” operator identified as Rei Furuya to the police, based on the written news on the Today Prime News website.
The adaptation will be available to watch on Netflix around the world. The animated version of Mayuko Kanba’s Detective Conan: The Culprit Hanzawa comics, another Detective Conan sequel, will also be available on Netflix worldwide.
Rainy and RAKURA will be performing the opening theme tune “Shooting Star.” Rainy. will make her singing debut with the closing soundtrack Find the truth, according to the Anime News Network website, you can watch the Netflix Detective Conan: Zero’s Tea Time trailer below.