My Wife Has No Emotion Previews Tokino Sora, Miisha Shimizu Theme Songs in Main Trailer

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The upcoming My Wife Has No Emotion anime has received a main trailer that previews its newly announced theme songs: the opening “Okaerinasai” by hololive VTuber Tokino Sora and the ending “Wave” by Miisha Shimizu.

My Wife Has No Emotion will premiere on July 2 JST in Japan. The anime adapts the manga by Jiro Sugiura, which began serialization in KADOKAWA’s Comic Flapper in 2019 and has seven tankoubons as of October 2023. A roughly drawn version is posted on X/Twitter and Pixiv.

Seven Seas Entertainment describes the plot as:

Takuma is a single guy who does nothing but go to work and come home. Too tired to do chores, he decides to get a robot to cook and keep house. “Mina-chan” is such a good housekeeper, Takuma jokes that she should become his wife. Mina takes Takuma’s joke seriously, and slowly the two start doing more things together, like having a picnic outside. As time goes by, Takuma starts to fall for Mina, but can a human and a robot ever have an equal, loving relationship?


• Director: Fumihiro Yoshimura (Endo and Kobayashi Live! The Latest on Tsundere Villainess Lieselotte)
• Series composer: Mitsutaka Hirota (Sweet Reincarnation)
• Character designer: Zenjirou Ukulele (co-chief animation director for The Café Terrace and Its Goddesses Episode 4, Girlfriend, Girlfriend Episode 1, 2, 4 et al.)
• Animation production: Tezuka Productions 


• Toshiyuki Toyonaga as Takuma
• Konomi Inagaki as Mina
Yoshino Aoyama as Akari 
• Yu Serizawa as Super Mina
Risae Matsuda as Licht Nishionji
Yuki Wakai as Mamoru

Source: TMS Anime Official Channel

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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