Fluffy Paradise Reveals Teaser Trailer and Main Voice Actor


A teaser trailer has been released for the upcoming Fluffy Paradise anime adaptation, which is premiering in January 2024. It was also revealed that Ai Kakuma is voicing protagonist Nema.

Fluffy Paradise is based on the Futabasha-published manga series by Yuriko Takagami, which started in 2017 and has 11 tankoubon volumes as of April 2023. The anime was originally meant to begin airing this year. Crunchyroll will stream the show.

Coolmic describes the manga as:

Midori Akitsu (27 years old), ends up in another world after dying from overwork?! I got reincarnated in another world after God blessed me with a special ability. This ability is “to be loved by non-human beings.” Huh?! Meaning that humans might not like me, but all the fluffy animals will love me? Whoaaa! I get to pet a white tiger and dragons to my heart’s content! After being reborn as Néma, the youngest daughter of a top-class noble family, I’m doing my best for the survival of humanity(?) while enjoying this world’s fluffiness.

Junichi Kitamura (Shoot! Goal to the Future assistant director) is directing the anime with Deko Akao (My Stepmom’s Daughter Is My Ex) as series composer and Asami Miyazaki (Beast Tamer animation director) as character designer. EMT Squared is the animation production company.

The Fluffy Paradise manga is based on the light novel series written by Himawari and illustrated by Kirouran. The story began as a web novel on Shousetsuka ni Narou in 2012. The manga’s tankoubon volumes are published under the Monster Comics f label.

Source: Fluffy Paradise YouTube channel

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