Muse Asia has announced the streaming of Kemono Jihen on its YouTube channel as part of its Winter 2021 lineup. The first episode is scheduled to be uploaded on January 10, 2021 at 10:30 PM (22:30 GMT+8), with weekly updates at the same time every Sunday.
Kemono Jihen is slated to be available in the following countries: Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam.
The anime adaptation of Shō Aimoto’s manga is directed by Masaya Fujimori at Ajia-do. The staff includes Noboru Kimura as the series composer and scriptwriter, Nozomi Tachibana as character designer, Sachiko Nishiguchi as art director, Emiko Endo and Yuki Nishioka as chief animation directors, and Teppei Satō as director of photography. Yūya Mori is composing the series’s music, while Yukio Nagasaki is serving as sound director.
Muse Asia describes the series as:
Since the ancient times, “Monsters” (Kemono) have been secretly existing alongside humans, interacting with them while hiding in the shadows of the world so that no one can find them.
Most of them have adapted to the human world and lived freely in the society. However, in modern times, many cases of Kemono overstepping their bounds have been reported.
Inugami, who runs a detective agency, visits a village in the countryside during an investigation into a mysterious incident caused by one of the “Kemono”. It is there that he encounters a boy named Kabane…