Shumatsu Train Doko e Iku’s Shizuru Chikura character video shows a feisty girl with loads of personality

If I wasn’t already desperate for the upcoming anime series Shumatsu Train Doko e Iku to begin streaming, I would be after watching the just released Shizuru Chikura character video.

Because, let’s face it, if you like girls with a huge personality, an expressive face and a feisty, don’t care attitude, she definitely fits the bill.

Even in the less than 30-second Shizuru Chikura character video, you already get a good idea of the type of person she is, and don’t get me started on how darned cute or how superb the voice acting.

Shizuru is the leader of the girls who take an abandoned train and head out of the strangeness their town has become after an event changed it forever, and off into the outside world to look for a missing friend.

A world where they have no idea what they will find, or if they will ever be able to make their way back.

It’s a good job she’s a Jiu-Jitsu expert, eh?

Shizuru Chikura is voiced by Chika Anzai.

If you have heard her superb work playing Chisato in Lycoris Recoil, as Chise in SSSS.Dynazenon, Hime in Kakushigoto or as Reina in Hibike! Euphonium, you will know just how wonderfully she brings her characters to life.

Yep, this is an anime to look forward to!

The staff and cast of Shumatsu Train Doko e Iku?

Shumatsu Train Doko e Iku? is being brought to us by a stellar staff, including director Tsutomu Mizushima (Shirobako), with Michiko Yokote (The Great Jahy Will Not Be Defeated!) in charge of series composition, and character designs and chief animation direction by Asako Nishida (Land of the Lustrous).

Studio EMT Squared is in charge of anime production.

Other voice actors announced include Azumi Waki as Nadeshiko, Erisa Kuon as Reimi, and Hina Kino as Akira.

They will have character videos coming soon.

Shumatsu Train Doko e Iku? (aka Where Does the Apocalypse Train Go?) is scheduled to premiere on April 1st.

Watch the new Shizuru Chikura character video, check out the anime’s official website, and watch the official PV below, and you’ll get a great idea of just how much fun this anime is likely to be.

 

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