Unnamed Memory Will Now Premiere in 2024 Instead of 2023

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The Unnamed Memory anime adaptation, which was announced last December with a 2023 release date, will now premiere in 2024 instead. The delay is attributed to production circumstances.

For this year, there will be a new trailer and visual, which are to be revealed at the upcoming Dengeki Bunko 30th Natsu so Saiten Online 2023 event on July 16 JST.

Unnamed Memory is based on the fantasy light novel series by Kuji Furumiya. Like the Kancolle: Itsuka Ano Umi de anime, Unnamed Memory is directed by Kazuya Miura with character designs from Chika Noumi and animation production by ENGIDeko Akao (My Stepmom’s Daughter Is My Ex) is serving as series composer while Akito Matsuda (Assault Lily: Bouquet) is the music composer.

The lead voice actors for the show are Yoshiki Nakajima as Oscar and Atsumi Tanezaki as Tinasha.

Unnamed Memory was originally a web novel on Shousetsuka ni Narou that began serialization in 2012. The light novels, published under Kadokawa’s Dengeki no Shinbungei label, began in 2019 and ended in 2021 with six volumes. A sequel titled Unnamed Memory: After the End began in 2022.

Yen Press, which also licenses the manga adaptation, describes the light novels as:

“My wish as champion is for you to descend the tower and be my wife.”

Climbing a deadly tower, Oscar seeks the power of its master, the Witch of the Azure Moon. He hopes her incredible magic can break a curse that will kill any woman he takes for a wife. When the prince sees how beautiful Tinasha is, though, he has a better idea-since she’s surely strong enough to survive his curse, she should just marry him instead! Tinasha isn’t keen on the idea, but agrees to live with Oscar in the royal castle for a year while researching the spell placed on the prince. The witch’s pretty face hides several lifetimes of dark secrets, however-secrets that begin resurfacing…

Source: @Project_UM

Melvyn is one of Anime Trending's main news writers. Aside from anime, he can sometimes be found writing about Japanese/anime-related video games, VTubers, manga, and light novels. Occasionally, he'll put out a review or listicle too. Every anime season, he looks forward to discovering new standout episodes and OP/ED animation sequences. Some of his free time is spent self-learning Japanese.
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