‘One Room’ Anime’s 3rd Season Premieres on October 5

The official website for the One Room anime series revealed that the anime’s third season will premiere on October 5, and will air on Tokyo MX and BS-NTV.

The website also revealed a new key visual. Kantoku drew the visual.


New cast members include Tomita Miyu as Akira Kotokawa, a younger student who is in the gardening club with the protagonist. Additionally, Hanamori Yumiri will play Orisaki Saya, a 24-year-old woman who lives in the apartment above the protagonist and is home tutoring him.

The returning cast members include:

  • M.A.O as Yui Hanasaka
  • Rie Murakawa as Natsuki Momohara
  • Rie Takahashi as Minori Nanahashi

Eiji Mano is again credited with the original story, and Kantoku (The “Hentai” Prince and the Stony Cat.Garakowa -Restore the World- original character designer) is again credited with the original character designs. Takuya Tani returns to adapt Kantoku‘s character designs for animation. Aose Shimoi is also returning to write the scripts. Zero-G is again animating the series. Shinichiro Ueda is the executive producer.

The first anime in the franchise premiered in January 2017 and aired for 12 episodes. One Room Second Season premiered in July 2018 and aired for 12 episodes. Crunchyroll streamed both anime as they aired. The franchise inspired the Room MateOne Room side M spinoff focusing on male characters that premiered in April 2017.

The franchise also includes a VR app for iOS and Android devices that debuted in summer 2018.

Sources: One Room anime’s websiteMoCa News

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