New Characters Announced for "Haruta and Chika" Anime

haruchika-main-pair New Characters Announced for "Haruta and Chika" Anime

What You Need to Know:

  • Haruta and Chika is a TV anime announced for January 2016.
  • The most recent update is the character illustrations, which were just released.
  • Check them out below.
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Kusakabe, Shinjirou - a former aspiring musical conductor, but now the advisor for the woodwind club.

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Katagiri, Keisuke - a trumpet player, and the president of the woodwind club.

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Narushima, Miyoko - an oboe player who has been up on stage at Fumon Hall during middle school. She's a first-year high school student.

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Sei, Maren - a Chinese American who's an experienced saxophone player... Though he rarely shows up for practice.

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Serizawa, Naoko - a clarinet player who's aiming to be a pro.

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Gotou, Akari - a first-year club member who plays the bass trombone.

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Hiyama, Kaiyuu - Serizawa's childhood friend, and a percussion instrument player.

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Source: Akiba Souken

Reactions Around the Web

This is a mystery anime more than a woodwind music one.
I like Narushima's backstory, so I'm expecting good stuff.

haruchika-main-pair New Characters Announced for "Haruta and Chika" Anime
It's nice if it's a mystery anime, but they all play their own instruments... It'd be a waste if they didn't enter any competitions.
haruchika-main-pair New Characters Announced for "Haruta and Chika" Anime
I guess it'll be like Tari Tari, where the music element was more just to bring everyone together.