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Firefighter Daigo: Rescuer in Orange Releases Creditless Opening, Ending Theme

The Firefighter Daigo: Rescuer in Orange anime has released the creditless version of the opening and ending themes following the release of the first episode. The opening theme is “Anthropos” by Kanjani Eight while the ending theme is “Perfect World” by LMYK.

“Anthropos” by Kanjani Eight – Firefighter Daigo: Rescuer in Orange OP

Studio Brain’s Base is animating the series under the direction of Masahiko Murata. Shinzo Fujito is in charge of the series composition, while Hitomi Tsuruta and Koji Yabuno are doing the character designs. The cast for the anime includes:

  • Junya Enoki as Daigo Toake
  • Taku Yashiro as Shun Onoda
  • Ayane Sakura as Yuki Nakamura
  • Kenjiro Tsuda as Narrator
  • Katsuyuki Konishi as Daigo Asahina
  • Takehito Koyasu as Shiro Amakasu
“Perfect World” by LMYK – Firefighter Daigo: Rescuer in Orange ED

Crunchyroll licensed the Firefighter Daigo: Rescuer in Orange Anime outside of Japan and describes the plot as:
Toake Daigo burns with remarkable talent and unparalleled determination. Onoda Shun struggles against the walls blocking his own path. Nakamura Yuki hopes to become one of the few female members of the special rescue corps known as “Orange.” When these three young firefighters who share the goal of becoming members of Orange come together, the story of how Japan will one day be saved begins… and what looms before them is a crisis that endangers the entire country!

The Firefighter Daigo: Rescuer in Orange anime (Firefighter! Daigo of Fire Company M: Kyukoku no Orange) is based on the Megumi no Daigo: Kyukoku no Orange manga by Masahito Soda, with assistance from Kuro Tomiyama. It has been serialized in Kodansha’s Monthly Shonen Magazine since October 2020. The manga is preceded by the 1995 manga Megumi no Daigo by the same author. It was published under Shogakukan’s Weekly Shonen Sunday.

In 1999, the franchise got an anime film directed by Susumu Nishizawa and animated by Sunrise. A television drama series aired on Fuji TV with 11 episodes in 2004.

Source: Official Website
©Masahito Soda, Kuro Tomiyama

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