Talking about anime releases this year, Nozomu Koryu’s Sweet Reincarnation light novel series will receive an anime adaptation. On December 15, 2022, a promotional video and teaser visual were posted on the official outlets (their official website and Twitter). The video also revealed the anime’s cast, staff, and premiere date.
According to reports, the anime will be available in July 2023.
The series is directed by Naoyuki Kuzuya and produced by SynergySP in collaboration with Studio Comet. Mitsutaka Hirota is in charge of scriptwriting, and Tomoko Miyakawa is in charge of character design. In addition, Hiroshi Nakamura will compose the music.
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Sweet Reincarnation’s Cast
The cast for the anime is as follows;
Ayumu Murase as Pastry Mill Morteln,
Natsumi Fujiwara as Marcarlo
Doroba, Maaya Uchida as Luminito Aidilichpa,
Kaede Hondo as Licorice Mille Huberlek.
The Story Behind Sweet Reincarnation
The novel is about a promising pastry chef who meets his demise and leaves the world without ever realizing his dream of creating the world’s greatest pastry. When given a second chance, he reincarnates as nine-year-old Pastry Mille Morteln, determined to succeed this time.
Pastry Mille Morteln, the pastry chef, is reborn as the son of a poor lord. His otherworldly schedule is far too full despite his desire to spend the entire day baking and making sweet treats and pies. He has to learn to fight, master magical abilities, and defend his village from bandits, all while really wanting to bake the perfect apple pie.
He is the heir to his father’s fortune and must follow in his father’s footsteps, even if he does not want to. The struggles of young Pastry’s story begin here, as he strives to make people smile with his desserts and create a happy land. The best stories go with the best sweets. This is a sweet-toothed fantasy that takes the road to changing the world.
The Source Material
Sweet Reincarnation (Okashi na Tensei) is a Japanese light novel series written by Nozomu Koryu and illustrated by Yasuyuki Shuri. It began as a web novel that published on the Shōsetsuka ni Narō website in February 2015. It was later acquired by TO Books, who have published twenty-one volumes in print since October 2015.
Written by Midori Tomizawa and illustrated by Seriko Iida, a manga adaptation has serialized in the Nico Nico Seiga-based Comic Corona manga service since December 2017. Its chapters collected into eight tankōbon volumes as of August 2022.
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