Tokyo Mew Mew Reveals New Anime's Release Date With Latest Trailer

Tokyo Mew Mew has finally revealed the release date for its new anime reboot with a new trailer! Anime fans might have noticed how many major manga series are returning for new project as they celebrate major milestones, and the newest project in this particular vein is a new anime adaptation Reiko Yoshida and Mia Ikumi’s original manga series. As part of the 20th Anniversary celebration of its first publication in the pages of Kodansha’s Nakayoshi’s magazine, this new anime is seeking out a new kind of way to take on the series than that first 52 episode series from years ago.

With this new Tokyo Mew Mew anime series gearing up for its premiere this Summer, the newest trailer for the reboot anime has confirmed that it will be making its debut on July 6th in Japan. There have yet to be any details about how many episodes this new series will be sticking around for, but it’s the first new anime in the franchise for quite a while. That means it’s likely going to be a hit with fans and you can check out the trailer for the reboot below:

Directed by Takahiro Natori for Yumeta Company and Graphinica studios, Sentai Filmworks has officially acquired Tokyo Mew Mew New for an English language release, and it will be exclusively streaming with HIDIVE upon its release this Summer. They tease the reboot series as such, “The scientists of the ?(Mew) Project use DNA of endangered species to create a team of heroines imbued with amazing super-human abilities. One of them, Ichigo Momomiya, awakens to discover she is armed with all the skills of a Iriomote cat. Ichigo must band together with other Mew Mew girls to repel an alien incursion, all the while hiding their thrilling double lives from friends and family.”

The cast for the series includes Yuki Tenma as Ichigo Momomiya, Mirai Hinata as Mint Aizawa, Ryoko Juni as Lettuce Midorikawa, Rian Toda as Pudding (Purin) Fong, Momoka Ishii as Zakuro Fujiwara, Yuma Uchida as Masaya Aoyama, Yuichi Nakamura as Ryo Shirogane, Yusuke Shirai as Keiichiro Akasaka, Kaori Ishihara as Masha, Nobuhiko Okamoto as Quiche, Daiki Yamashita as Tart, Yuichiro Umehara as Pie, Aina Suzuki as Miwa Honjo, Iori Saeki as Moe Yanagida, and Akira Ishida as Seiji Aizawa.

What do you think? How are you liking the look at the new Tokyo Mew Mew anime so far? What are you hoping to see from the new rebooted anime series? Let us know all of your thoughts about it in the comments! You can even reach out to me directly about all things animated and other cool stuff @Valdezology on Twitter!

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