Drugstore in Another World’s New Trailer Previews Opening Song, Characters

The upcoming anime adaptation of Drugstore in Another World: The Slow Life of a Cheat Pharmacist (Cheat Kusushi no Slow Life – Isekai ni Tsukuro Drugstore) has received a new trailer, which previews its cast of characters and the opening song “Kokoro Hayaru” by Akane Kumada.

The isekai fantasy anime, which is an adaptation of the light novel series written by Gennoji and illustrated by Matsuuni, will premiere on July 7. A previous trailer was released in May.

The staff includes Masafumi Sato (Denkigai no Honya-san) as director, Hiroko Kanesugi (My Mental Choices are Completely Interfering with my School Romantic Comedy) as scriptwriter, Estuko Sumimoto (As Miss Beelzebub Likes it) as character designer, Kenichi Tajiri as art director, Tomoaki Nakano as color designer, Jiro Tazawa as director of photography, Ryosuke Naya as sound director, and Tomoki Kikutani (Yuuna and the Haunted Hot Springs) as music composer. EMT Squared is producing the anime.

The cast includes Jun Fukushima as Reiji Kirio, Risae Matsuda as Noela, Akane Kumada as Mina, Satsumi Matsuda as Elaine, Mariko Higashiuchi as Annabelle, and Fumiko Uchimura as Egil.

Amazon describes the first volume of the Drugstore in Another World: The Slow Life of a Cheat Pharmacist light novels as:

When corporate drone Reiji wakes up in another world, he come face-to-face with a fatally wounded werewolf. Thankfully, Reiji’s new Medicine Maker skill enables him to brew uniquely effective potions. Alongside his new wolf-girlfriend, Reiji and his amazing cures are ready to revolutionize this fantasy world. Be they an old man seeking the secret of youth or an elven archer with blurry vision, all comers are welcome to his countryside pharmacy.

Source: Lantis Channel

Melvyn originally wanted to write about video games, and he did so for a few years, starting from his college days. He still writes about video games sometimes, but now focuses on anime-related news content and the occasional review. Some of his free time is spent self-learning Japanese, both out of interest in the language and because English-translated light novels and manga are expensive. Every anime season, Melvyn looks forward to discovering new standout episodes and OP/ED animation sequences, as well as learning about the storyboard artists and directors behind them.
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