The upcoming new anime Yuzuki-san Chi no Yon Kyodai got a new key visual today, along with the names of the artists who will be performing the opening and ending theme songs for the series.
The sweet Yuzuki-san Chi no Yon Kyodai key visual has all four Yuzuki brothers standing in front of their home, with oldest brother Hayato looking as though he is getting his younger brothers properly in line for either a photograph or to introduce themselves to us.
Either way, the visual is adorably cute.
What is the plot of Yuzuki-san Chi no Yon Kyodai?
Yuzuki-san Chi no Yon Kyodai itself tells the story pf the four Yuzuki brothers — Hayato, the eldest, Mikoto, the second son, Minato, the third son, and first grader and fourth son Gakuto.
Four boys who are the only members of their family left after both their parents died two years previously.
Hayato, of course, is in charge of taking care of his younger brothers, while the other three go to school and deal with the typical daily happenings both as a member of a young family headed by an older brother, and as students.
The Yuzuki-san Chi no Yon Kyodai theme songs
Meanwhile, the opening and ending theme song artists for Yuzuki-san Chi no Yon Kyodai were named as Japanese indie rock band flumpool, who will be performing the opening theme song ‘Naiteiinda‘, while the ending theme song is called ‘Sasakure’ by Aoi Kubo.
Flumpool, of course, is known for their theme songs for anime like Kakushigoto, Ajin and Ahiru no Sora, while Aoi Kubo is still just 18-years-old and has already performed the theme song for Deji Meets Girl.
Yuzuki-san Chi no Yon Kyodai (aka Youth Story of a Family in English) is based on the manga by Shizuki Fujisawa.
The anime is being directed by Mitsuru Hongo (Crayon Shin-chan), with Orie Tanaka (anime director of Natsume’s Book of Friends) acting as both character designer and chief animation director.
Studio Shuka (Durarara!!x2 Ten) is in charge of anime production for the series.
The first episode of the anime is due to premiere on October 6th.
Check out the recently released second Yuzuki-san Chi no Yon Kyodai trailer below. Now doesn’t that look adorably sweet and wholesome?
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