Laid-Back Camp’s Ema Mizunami and Mei Nakatsugawa voiced by Maria Sashide and Kokoa Amano

Laid-Back Camp‘s Ema is an avid artist while Mei loves mountain biking

Voice actresses Maria Sashide and Kokoa Amano are the latest members of the cast of Laid-Back Camp, Season 3.

Maria Sashide (Emma in Love Live! Nijigasaki High School Idol Club) is voicing new character Ema Mizunami, while Kokoa Amano (Urreirika in Overlord III) is playing Mei Nakatsugawa.

While Ema loves to draw pictures on her tablet, and so plans to get a part-time job when she starts high-school so she can buy a better one, Mei, a lively girl who is obsessed with mountain biking, is even more important to the girls of the Outdoor Activities Club she joins.

After all, now they have enough members to become official.

Ema Mizunami


Mei Nakatsugawa

The upcoming third season of Laid-Back Camp (aka Yuru Camp) has changed hands, and will be directed for the first time by Shin Tosaka (director of the poorly-rated anime Regalia: The Three Sacred Stars), and with anime production moving from C-Station to studio 8-Bit (That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime).

Masafumi Sugiura (Barakamon) is in charge of series composition, with Takanori Hashimoto (Animation Director of A Whisker Away) is in charge of character designs.

Other staff changes have also been made.

The plot of Laid-Back Camp, Season 3?

One of the volumes of the Laid-Back Camp manga series covered in the upcoming Season 3 is Volume 14, with Yen Press describing the plot like this:

The cherry blossom trip has ended, and it’s time to ring in the new school year.

Nadeshiko and friends are hard at work trying to recruit members for the Outdoor Exploration Club. Are there any students who’ve got the camping spirit in them?!

Yep, it all sounds as comfy as always, doesn’t it?

Laid-Back Camp, Season 3 premieres on April 4th, 2024, and will be streaming internationally on Crunchyroll.

Watch the latest trailer for the upcoming slice-of-life anime here.

About Michelle Topham

Brit-American journalist based in Austria, former radio DJ at 97X WOXY, and Founder/CEO of Leo Sigh. I've covered anime, manga, K-drama and music news for over a decade.