NACHERRY Performs 4-Nin wa Sorezore Uso o Tsuku Comedy Anime Opening Theme Song – News
The official website of the television anime of Madoka Kashiharait is 4-Nin wa Sorezore Uso o Tsuku The manga (Four People Lie in Their Own Way) announced on Friday that NACHERRY, a unit made up of the main cast members Chiemi Tanaka (Rika) and Natsumi Murakami (Chiyo), will perform the opening theme song “Eclipse.”
NACHERRY’s single for “Eclipse” is released on October 19.
The anime will premiere in October on “ANiMAZiNG!!!” programming block ABC TV, Asahi Televisionand 22 other stations.
The cast includes Chiemi Tanaka as Galactic Revolutionary Forces ace pilot Rikka (upper left in the image above), Natsumi Murakami like the ninja Chiyo (top right), Ayane Sakura like the psychic Sekine (bottom right), and Megumi Han like the transvestite Tsubasa (bottom left) who fits in the guise of her twin sister.
Makoto Hoshino (KING’S RAID: Successors of the Will, Banned from heroes party) directs the anime to Flad Studiowith production support from Pierrot studio. Megumi Shimizu (Banned from heroes party, My Next Life as a Villainess: All Roads Lead to Death!) is in charge of scripting the series. Ruriko Watanabe (Banned from heroes party, DamePri Anime Caravan). Tomoki Kikuya compose the music.
Mihoko Ogawa and Yoshie Matsumoto are the designers of accessories. Tadashi Iwasa is the background art director. Kotaro Ito (Utalica) is the 3D director. Yuki Tozawa is the key color artist. Norimasa Teramoto is the compositing director of photography. Keisuke Yanagi is the offline editor, while Good job in Tokyo is the online editor.
The school comedy story follows four friends at an all-girls school. At first glance, they may look like regular second-grade high schoolers, but they are a space pilot, a clanless ninja, a girl with supernatural powers, and a boy in girls’ clothes.
Kashihara launched the manga in Kodanshait is Weekly Shōnen Magazine in April 2020. The series had been discontinued in August 2021. Kodansha released the manga’s second compiled book volume on April 7.