TV Anime “Fumikiri Jikan” 1st PV Reveals OP Song by Yuri Komagata, April 9 Premiere
The official Japanese website for the upcoming TV anime adaptation of Yoshimi Sato’s slice-of-life omnibus manga Fumikiri Jikan (Railroad Crossing Time) today posted a 30-second first PV introducing its OP theme song “Tomare no Susume” (Encouragement of Stopping) performed by 26-year-old singer/voice actress Yuri Komagata.
Komagata is best known for her performance for the 14th PreCure TV series Kirakira PreCure a la Mode‘s OP song, and “Tomare no Susume” will be released as her first single from Teichiku Entertainment’s Rokkan Music label in June. She is also cast as one of the main characters, Mashima-san, alongside Sayaka Senbongi (Ai) and Yui Ogura (Tomo) in the first episode.
In addition, the clip announces that the adaptation directed by Yoshio Suzuki (Fighting Beauty Wulong) is set to premiere on Tokyo MX and other stations on April 9 as a five-minute series.
— アニメ「踏切時間」公式 (@fumikiri_anime) 2018年3月12日
The short story collection manga series Fumikiri Jikan has been serialized in Futabasha’s Monthly Action
and its latest third volume is released today in Japan. Each story focuses on the minds of the people
(mainly female students) who are waiting before a railroad crossing.
Manga tankobon 1st and 3rd volume covers
© Yoshimi Sato, Futabasha/”Fumikiri Jikan” Production Committee