KimiZero Releases 2nd Main Trailer, New Key Visual, Premiere Date Info

©長岡マキ子・magako/KADOKAWA/キミゼロ製作委員会

The upcoming romantic anime Keikenzumi na Kimi to, Keiken Zero na Ore ga, Otsukiaisuru Hanashi has received a second main trailer, which previews the show’s main and supporting characters, the ending song “Ai Kotoba” by AliA, and plenty of romantic moments.

There’s also new key visual for KimiZero, which depicts gloomy protagonist Ryuto Kashima and the popular Runa walking under the sunset. Runa is holding onto Ryuto’s arm, causing him to be flustered.

Additionally, an October 6 (effectively October 7 at 1:35 AM JST) Japanese premiere date was announced for the anime.

KimiZero is based on the KADOKAWA-published teen romance light novel series written by Makiko Nagaoka and illustrated by Magako. The story sees Ryuto and Runa dating following a punishment game where the former was forced to confess to the latter. 

Hideaki Ooba (Love of Kill) is directing the show at ENGI with Hiroko Fukuda (Taisho Otome Fairy Tale) as series composer, Yousuke Itou (Management of a Novice Alchemist) as character designer, and Kei Haneoka as music composer. Natsuki Hanae and Saori Oonishi are voicing Ryuto and Runa, respectively.

©長岡マキ子・magako/KADOKAWA/キミゼロ製作委員会

Other cast members include Aoi Koga as Maria Kurose, Ayaka Fukuhara as Nikoru, Tomori Kusunoki as Akari, Fukushi Ochiai as Yuusuke Ijichi, Daisuke Sakaguchi as Ren Nishina, and Tomoaki Maeno as Shogo Sekiya. 

The light novels are published under the Fantasia Bunko label and have six volumes as of March 2023. The first volume was published in 2020.


Source: @kimizero_anime

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