The cast of “KADOKAWA Anime Thanks Party”, which will be streamed from 5：00 pm on Aug. 2, has been revealed. The cast of anime will appear on the variety part, and the artists will appear on the live part to warm up the event.
“KADOKAWA Anime Thanks Party” is a streaming event, which will be held in commemoration of reaching 1 million subscribers by the “KADOKAWA Anime Channel”, the YouTube channel of KADOKAWA. The casts of popular anime titles will join the project on the variety part (Part 1), and the artists will be live-performance on the live part (Part 2).
6 artists, including Oishi Masayoshi, Suzuki Konomi, Azuna Riko, nonoc, Maeshima Mayu, and Luminous Witches will appear on the live part. 2nd lineup will also be coming soon. Takahashi Rie and Uchiyama Yumi from the 2nd season of “Re:Zero -Starting Life in Another World-“, Ozora Naomi and Akabane Kenji from “Uzaki-chan Wants to Hang Out!”, Konishi Katsuyuki and Kusunoki Tomori from “DECA-DENCE”, Hanae Natsuki from “Appare-Ranman!”, Takao Kanon and Kawaida Natsumi from “Diary of Our Days at the Breakwater”, and Sanada Asami and Hondo Kaede from “DATE A BULLET” will appear on the variety part. 11 voice actors and actresses from 6 titles will appear, which is a rare opportunity.
Furthermore, the 4th part of the commemoration project “KADOKAWA TV Anime Opening Movie 100” will be streamed. 20 anime openings will be streamed at once for 5 weeks on this project.
The lineup for this time include “Is This a Zombie?”, “Is This a Zombie? of the Dead”, “STRIKE WITCHES”, “STRIKE WITCHES 2”, “Brave Witches”, “Chaika – The Coffin Princess”, “Chaika – The Coffin Princess: Avenging Battle”, “GA-REI -zero-“, “Genesis of Aquarion”, “Full Metal Panic!”, “Full Metal Panic? Fumoffu!”, “Full Metal Panic! The Second Raid”, “Full Metal Panic! Invisible Victory”, “Unbreakable Machine-Doll”, “Daimidaler: Prince vs Penguin Empire”, “Big Order”, “Future Diary”, and “Tokyo ESP”.
“KADOKAWA Anime Thanks Party” will be streamed on the YouTube channel “KADOKAWA Anime Channel” from 5:00 pm on Aug. 2.