My Master Has No Tail Releases Bunko Daikokutei Trailer


My Master Has No Tail has received its next character trailer, which spotlights the rakugo master Bunko Daikokutei. 

A character trailer for protagonist Mameda was released yesterday.

My Master Has No Tail is set to premiere on September 30 in Japan. The anime is based on the Kodansha-published “Taisho rakugo fantasy” manga by TNSK, which began in 2019 and has eight tankoubon volumes as of June 2022. The manga is serialized in Good! Afternoon magazine and published under the Afternoon KC label. 

Kodansha describes the manga as:

Mameda is a tanuki who was born in the wrong era – all she wants is to trick humans, but that age of tanuki shenanigans is over. But one woman, a rakugo master named Bunko, shows Mameda it’s still possible to cast magic on humans…only with words, not illusions. Mameda is determined to become Bunko’s apprentice, but can she convince the stoic master to take her on…?

The My Master Has No Tail anime’s staff includes Hideyo Yamamoto (Cells at Work! BLACK) as director, Touko Machida (PuraOre! Pride of Orange) as series composer and one of the scriptwriters, Haruka Yamauchi (Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress: The Battle of Unato co-sub character designer) as character designer, and Arte Refact’s Tsukasa Yatoki, Atsushi Harada, and Yuuki Honda as music composers. Liden Films is the animation production company.

Meanwhile, the cast includes M.A.O as Mameda, Hibiku Yamamura as Bunko Daikokutei, Lynn as Shirara Tsubaki, Takuya Eguchi as Tsubaki Byakudanji, Ayana Taketatsu as Enshi Kirino, Akira Ishida as Utaroku Ebisuya, Junichi Suwabe as Buncho Daikokutei, Ayumu Murase as Sakujiro, Natsuki Aikawa as Omatsu, Ikumi Hasegawa as Koito, and Yuuichirou Umehara as Rakuda.  

Source: Anime PONY CANYON YouTube 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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