The parallel anime films Boku ga Aishita Subete no Kimi e and Kimi wo Aishita Hitori no Boku e have revealed its main cast. The films released a joint visual in May this year, and both will premiere in Japan on October 7.
The main cast for the films (also known as To Every You I’ve Loved Before and To The Solitary Me That Loved You) includes Hio Miyazawa as the characters Koyomi Takasaki in Boku ga Aishita and Koyomi Hidaka in Kimi wo Aishita. Meanwhile, Aju Makita plays the role of Shiori Sato (Kimi o Aishita) and Ai Hashimoto plays the role of Kazune Takigawa (Boku ga Aishita).
Boku ga Aishita will be directed by Atsushi Matsumoto, and animated by Bakken Record. On the other hand, Kimi wo Aishita will be directed by Kenichi Kasai at TMS Entertainment. Riko Sakaguchi is responsible for the screenplay for both films, and shimano is responsible for the character design concepts. Both of the films are based on the 2016 sci-fi romance novels by Yomiji Otono, which are both published by Hayakawa Shobo. They describe the story:
A world where it has been proven that people swing between slightly different parallel worlds on a daily basis… After his parents’ divorce, Koyomi Takasaki, who lives with his mother, enters a local high school. However, he is suddenly approached by his classmate Kazune Takigawa. She says that she has moved from the 85th world and that Koyomi and Kazune are lovers there… Is himself in the parallel world himself in this world?Synopsis of Boku ga Aishita Subete no Kimi e (via Hayakawa Shobo)
A world where it has been proven that people swing between slightly different parallel worlds on a daily basis… Koyomi Hidaka, who lives with her father after his parents’ divorce, meets a girl named Sato Shiori at the Institute of False Quality Science where his father works. They both have a little crush on each other, but when their parents remarry, everything changes. Convinced that they will never be together, Koyomi and Shiori try to jump to another world where they won’t be brother and sister…, but a world without her has no meaning.Synopsis of Kimi wo Aishita Hitori no Boku e (via Hayakawa Shobo)
Source: Comic Natalie
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