Why Does Nobody Remember Me in This World? Reveals Teaser Trailer, July Premiere, More Cast

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The upcoming Why Does Nobody Remember Me in This World? anime adaptation has gotten a teaser trailer, a July premiere window, and more cast information.

The newly announced cast members are Seiichirou Yamashita as Assuran and Sayumi Suzushiro as Saki.

Why Does Nobody Remember Me in This World? is based on the MF Bunko J light novel series written by Our Last Crusade or the Rise of a New World‘s Kei Sazane and illustrated by Neco. It ran from 2017 to 2020 with nine volumes and has inspired a manga adaptation drawn by Arikan.

Bookwalker Global describes the manga as:

War between the five races on earth – the humans, the “Demonic Race”, the “Wild God Race”, the “Spirit Race” and the “Phantom Beast Race”- has ended in the victory of humans.
It is said that “Prophet Sid” had sealed the other four races in the black pyramid now called “Crypts”.
Kai’s job is to watch the crypts and make sure that there is no change. He is also training to save humans when the other races break the seal and come back to this world.
The crypts looked quiet today…but after Kai felt the world bending in front of his eye…everything changed.
“World Rebirth” was activated…!!
Now Kai is in a totally different world where no one knows him. But he remembers everyone!


Staff

• Director Tatsuma Minamikawa (Pon no MichiThe Vexations of a Shut-In Vampire Princess)
• Series composer: Satoru Sugisawa (Love After World Domination)
• Character designer: Hiromi Katou (The Kingdoms of Ruin
• Animation production: Project No.9 

Cast

Shouya Chiba as Kai
 Kana Ichinose as Rinne
Haruka Shiraishi as Jeanne


Source: @nazeboku_pr

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