Tokyo Miu Miu New Collections Release date with new trailer

Tokyo Miu Miu I set a date for the release of the new animated series to reboot with a new trailer! You may have noticed how many major manga and anime projects have come back in the last year with new anime reboots, and next in this particular pipeline is a new anime that takes on the original manga series by Rikuo Yoshida and Miya Ikumi. As part of celebrating the 20th anniversary of the manga’s first publication in Kodansha’s Nakayoshi magazine, this new reboot titled Tokyo Mew Mew New seeks to show a different take from the anime’s first attempt.

With this new series of Tokyo Mew Mew gearing up for its premiere this summer, the latest trailer for the reboot anime has confirmed that it will premiere on July 6 in Japan. There aren’t any details yet on how many episodes this new series will last, but it’s the first new anime in the franchise for a long time. This means that it will likely be a hit with fans and you can check out the replay trailer below:

Directed by Takahiro Natori for Yumeta and Graphinica Studios, Sentai Filmworks has officially acquired Tokyo Mew Mew New for an English-language release, and it will air exclusively with HIDIVE when it launches this summer. They tease the reboot series like this, “Project μ (Mew) scientists use the DNA of an endangered species to create a team of heroines imbued with amazing superhuman abilities. One of them, Ichigo Momomiya, wakes up to discover that she is armed with all the skills of Iriomote’s cat. He must cooperate. Ichigo and the other Mew Mew girls fend off an alien invasion, while hiding their exciting double lives from friends and family.”

The series’ cast includes Yuki Tenma as Ichigo Momomiya, Mirai Hinata as Mint Aizawa, Ryoko Juni as Lettuce Midorikawa, Rian Toda as Pudding (Purin) Fong, Momoka Ishii as Zakuro Fujiwara, Yuma Uchida as Masaya Aoyama, Yuichi Nakamura as Ryo Shirogane, Yusuke Shirai as Keiichiro Akasaka, Kaori Ishihara as Masha, Nobuhiko Okamoto as Quiche, Daiki Yamashita as Tart, Yuichiro Umehara as Pie, Aina Suzuki as Miwa Honjo, Iori Saeki as Moe Yanagida, and Akira Ishida as Seiji Aizawa.

what do you think? How do you like the look in the new? Tokyo Miu Miu Anime yet? What do you hope to see from the new rebooted animated series? Let us know all your thoughts on this topic in the comments! You can also contact me directly about all the moving stuff and other cool stuff Valdezology on Twitter!

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