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One Room Anime Reveals Inori Minase's New Character

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    Minase joins Rie Takahashi as new cast for 2018 season
    The official website for the One Room television anime revealed on Tuesday that Inori Minase will play the new character Mashiro Amatsuki. The website also revealed character designs for Mashiro drawn by the series' original character designer Kantoku.


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    Mashiro is a 21-year-old college student. She used to do rhythmic gymnastics, but she quit due to an injury. Although job hunting has been going well for her, she is still disheartened. After a peculiar meeting with the protagonist she lives in the same mansion with, they start to confide in each other. Mashiro has a reserved and shy personality, but she also has a side that likes cute things.

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    Rie Takahashi will also play the new character Minori Nanahashi. Minori is a 17-year-old third-year high school student. Her grandfather manages the Nanahashi Yu bathhouse that she loves and helps out at every day. Her relationship with the anime's protagonist, who is a student living at Nanahashi Yu, is like that of a younger sister to an older brother. She gives the impression of a cheerful and lively modern girl, but she also has an old-fashioned side that likes historical districts in towns and culture.

    [​IMG]The second season will premiere this year. The anime's official Twitter account announced the second season in September and revealed that Takahashi and Minase are joining the voice cast.

    Additionally, M.A.O will return as Yui Hanasaka in the second season. Yui is a 17-year-old girl from Hokkaido who goes to Tokyo in order to take her college entrance exams. She lives with her older sister while in Tokyo, and she is a neat and earnest person who does everything with the utmost effort.

    Crunchyroll, which streamed the first season as it aired in Japan last year, describes the story of the series with "first-person narrative":

    You are the protagonist. A new project in virtual anime from SMIRAL Animation that also brought you the "Anitore" series and "Makuranodanshi." This time, the project is about 3 stories that develop in your (one) room.
    Kantoku (The "Hentai" Prince and the Stony Cat., Garakowa -Restore the World- original character designer) designed the original characters for One Room, and Yasuhiro Okuda (Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha) adapted those character designs for animation. Typhoon Graphics (animation production assistance for Digimon Adventure tri. films) animated the series. Eiji Mano was in charge of the original story, and Aose Shimoi wrote the scripts. Takashi Sakuma was the executive producer, Hiroki Matsumoto of Atelier PLATZ was the art director, Chieko Hibi was in charge of color design, Fumi Namba was the composite director, and Shun Tokuda edited the series. Entertainment label SMIRAL (Anime De Training! Ex, Makura no Danshi) was in charge of the original concept.


    A spinoff anime series titled Room Mate: One Room side M premiered in April. The series told "another story" featuring male characters. The franchise is also getting a VR project starring M.A.O's character Yui Hanasaka, and a the staff launched a successful crowdfunding campaign in December to expand the project.
     
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    I'm probably one of the only people to say this but.... I didn't actually mind One Room. Even if it was a creepy POV anime where we were inserted as the MC that didn't actually communicate with the girl.
    I thought each little story arc had its merits for a short series. Honestly compared to some other romance anime I thought it was a bit of fun. There was a little more progression in a little over 12 minutes than in a whole series in some cases.
     

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