Fluffy Paradise Reveals Main Trailer, More Cast & Premiere Date

With the formal announcement of a January 7 at 22:00 JST start time in Japan made in a brand-new teaser released today, there isn’t much time left before the premiere of isekai anime Fluffy Paradise.

The endearing teaser below also features a sneak peek at the anime’s opening theme music, “Cotton Days” by Sizuk (The Iceblade Sorcerer Shall Rule the World OP).

Fluffy paradise New Trailer

The new teaser trailer for the anime adaptation of Yuriko Takagami’s Fluffy Paradise manga went live on the official website on Saturday. The anime will premiere on January 7 and air on Tokyo MX, BS11, and YTV, according to the video.

Fluffy paradise New Cast and Staff

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The website also revealed seven other cast members (pending confirmation of character name romanizations):

  • Shūichirō Umeda as Ralph
  • Tōru Furuya as Dale
  • Taketora as Las
  • Genki Okawa as Wilhelt
  • Shinichiro Miki as Kamisama (God)
  • Kenji Nomura as Sol
  • Tomoaki Maeno as Shinki

In the series, Ai Kakuma will play Néma.

Altogether the anime at EMT Squared is directed by Junichi Kitamura (episode director on Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear, My Wife is the Student Council President, Shoot! Goal to the Future assistant director), the series composer is Deko Akao (After the Rain, Noragami), and the character designer is Asami Miyazaki (key animation on Inazuma Eleven, animation director on Major 2nd, Kaiketsu Zorori, Beast Tamer).

The anime’s opening theme song, “Cotton Days,” involves Sizuk, a musical endeavor of composer Shunryū.

Fluffy Paradise Plot

Crunchyroll, which describes the plot as follows, will stream the series when it premieres in Japan in January 2024.

Dead at age 27 from overwork…

Before Midori Akitsu could even mourn her untimely death, a deity materialized and addressed her, asking her to consider if she believed that people should go on in that world after her rebirth. I’ll give you a particular power in exchange.” Then Midori found herself requesting to snuggle adorable, fluffy animals in an attempt to ease the fatigue from the difficult life she had experienced.

With a power that makes her liked by all living things is best for survival of humanity, Midori thus reincarnated in her new planet as a little girl named Nefertima. This encompasses not only fauna, but even heavenly beings such as dragons and white tigers, as well as grotesque creatures like frozen spiders and goblins and other non-human beings! However, she was also doomed to an unkind end.

Nefertima is resolved to use her newfound ability to love and cuddle adorable animals to her advantage in order to live in harmony with all living things, including humans!

Fluffy Paradise Manga

Accordingly, the Futabasha-Published manga series by Yuriko Takagami, which began in 2017 and includes 11 tankoubon volumes as of April 2023, is the basis for Fluffy Paradise. Also the anime is going to release on January 7, and Crunchyroll will stream the show.

The manga is a version of the light novel series Isekai de Mofumofu Nadenade Suru Tameni Ganbattemasu by Himawari and Kirouran, which translates to “I’ll Try My Best So I Can Pet and Pat in Another World.”

Also in 2017, Takagami released the novels’ manga tankoubon volumes on Futabasha’s Gaugau Monster website and mobile app. Coolmic is digitally publishing the manga in English under the name Fluffy Paradise.


Finally, as the premiere date inches closer, the excitement for “Fluffy Paradise” reaches a crescendo. Anime and manga enthusiasts, brace yourselves for an immersive journey into a world where the adorable and the fantastic collide. The convergence of talent, narrative depth, and creative vision promises an experience that transcends the boundaries of ordinary storytelling.

Frequently Asked Question

Q1. When will “Fluffy Paradise” premiere?

The anime is set to premiere on January 7 at 22:00 JST.

Q2. Who is the composer behind the opening theme, “Cotton Days”?

The opening theme, “Cotton Days,” is by Sizuk, a musical endeavor of composer Shunryū.

Q3. How many tankoubon volumes are there for the “Fluffy Paradise” manga?

As of April 2023, there are 11 tankoubon volumes of the manga.

Q4. Where can I watch the “Fluffy Paradise” anime?

The series will be available for streaming on Crunchyroll.

Sources: Fluffy Paradise anime’s websiteComic Natalie

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