Crunchyroll Adds Re:Zero Director’s Cut, 4 More To Winter 2020 Simulcasts

By: Anime Herald December 30, 20190 Comments

Earlier today, Crunchyroll announced that they will add five new titles to their Winter 2020 simulcast lineup. The publisher will stream the following:

  • Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World- Director’s Cut
  • The Case Files of Jeweler Richard
  • Asteroid in Love
  • Yatogame-chan Kansatsu Nikki 2
  • ROOM CAMP

Premiere dates for all five titles will be announced at a later date.

Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World- Director’s Cut

ReZero Season 1 Directors Cut Visual

Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World- Director’s Cut will begin airing on January 1. The title is a re-edited version of Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World-‘s first season, which includes new scenes that were not present in the original airing.

The series originally began airing in the Spring 2016 broadcast season, and ran for two cours.

Masaharu Watanabe (Wakaba Girl) directed the project at White Fox, with Kyuta Sakai (Higurashi no Naku Koroni Kai, Steins;Gate) providing character designs. Masahiro Yokotani (The Devil is a Part-Timer!, Free! – Iwatobi Swim Club) was in charge of series composition.

Crunchyroll describes the series as:

By dying, a powerless boy obtained the ability “Return by Death,” allowing him to go back in time upon death.

Natsuki Subaru was abruptly summoned to another world on his way home from the convenience store one night. In this new world where he had nothing and no one to turn to, the one power he gained was “Return by Death,” the ability to turn back time upon his own death. To protect those he holds dear, and to take back irreplaceable moments in time, he fights despair as he confronts his cruel fate.

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The Case Files of Jeweler Richard

The Case Files of Jeweler Richard Visual

The Case Files of Jeweler Richard will start airing on January 9.

Tarou Iwasaki (One Week Friends, Sweetness & Lightning) will direct the project at studio Shuka, with Natsuko Kondou providing character designs. Mariko Kunisawa (Ascendance of a Bookworm, Hatsukoi Limited) is in charge of series composition.

Crunchyroll describes the title as:

One night, a college student with a strong sense of justice, Seigi Nakata, saved a gorgeous foreigner, Richard, who was being harassed by some drunks.

When Seigi found out that Richard was a jeweler, he asked for an appraisal on a ring with a shady history; one which his grandmother had kept secret until she died. The appraisal had revealed her past, truth, and desire.

It led Seigi to work as a part-time employee for Richard’s jewelry store, the “Jewelry Etranger” in Ginza.

While solving various “mysteries” introduced to the Jewelry Etranger, the relationship between Richard and Seigi gradually changes. However, each of them has secrets they have not told anyone.

~The curtain-up of the Jewel Mystery achieved by a gorgeous jeweler and a college student with a strong sense of justice~

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Asteroid in Love

Asteroid In Love Anime Visual

Asteroid in Love will hit Japanese TV on January 3.

Daisuke Hiramaki (WATATEN!: an Angel Flew Down to Me) will direct the project at studio Doga Kobo, with Jun Yamazaki (Uzamaid!, Three Leaves, Three Colors) providing character designs. Yuka Yamada (Bungaku Shōjo Memoir, Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid) is in charge of series composition.

Crunchyroll describes the show as:

When she was little, Konohata Mira promises a boy she meets at a camp site that they can go find a galaxy together. When she enters high school, she joins the astrology club. But that year, the astrology club happened to combine with the geology club, making it the astrogeo club?!

Won’t you go find all kinds of sparkles with the astrogeo girls?

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Yatogame-chan Kansatsu Nikki 2

Yatogame-chan Kansatsu Nikki 2 Anime Visual

Yatogame-chan Kansatsu Nikki 2 will air on Japanese TV starting January 5.

Series creator Hisayoshi Hirasawa (Love is Like a Cocktail, Ojisan to Marshmallow) will return to serve as chief director on the project at studio Saetta, with Satsuki Hayasaka providing character designs. WORDS in STEREO (Love is Like a Cocktail, Love To-LIE-Angle) is in charge of series composition.

Crunchyroll describes the title as:

After growing up in Tokyo, high school student Jin Kaito moves to Nagoya where he meets Yatogame Monaka, a fellow student who puts her Nagoya dialect on full display. With her cat-like appearance and unvarnished Nagoya dialect, Yatogame won’t open up to him at all. This popular local comedy is increasing the status of Nagoya through observation of the adorable Yatogame-chan!

ROOM CAMP

Room Camp Anime Visual

ROOM CAMP will air on Japanese TV on January 6.

Masato Jinbo (Fate/kaleid liner Prisma☆Illya 3rei!!, Restaurant to Another World) will direct the series at C-Station, with Mutsumi Sasaki (Laid-Back Camp, Phantom ~Requiem for the Phantom~) pulling double duty as character designer and chief animation director. Mutsumi Ito is in charge of series composition.

Yoshiaki Kyougoku, who helmed the Laid-Back Camp anime, will serve as supervisor on the project.

Crunchyroll describes the title as:

The Outclub goes on a journey!

The Outdoor Activities Club, Aka, the Outclub has 3 members. In the countryside of Yamanashi Prefecture, there’s a high school named Motosu High School. Go even further to one of the school buildings and you’ll find a very laid-back outdoor club that uses one corner of the classroom as their club room.

Kagamihara Nadeshiko finally wants to kill some time in their club room, but then Ohgaki Chiaki and Inuyama Aoi suddenly announce that they’re all going on a trip.

They drag the confused Nadeshiko with them and the Outclub hustles all through Yamanashi. The girls enjoy the various local treats as they travel around, but where in the world is the end destination for this trip?!

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Source: Crunchyroll (Email Communication)

Crunchyroll Adds Re:Zero Director’s Cut, 4 More To Winter 2020 SimulcastsSamantha Ferreira

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