Migi & Dali Anime Reveals October 2 Premiere

The manga ended in 2021


On Sunday, the official website for the Migi & Dali anime based on Nami Sano’s manga of the same name announced 7 new characters of the main cast and an October 2 premiere for the anime.

The new cast members are:

Kotono Mitsuishi as Yoko Sonoyama, the woman who adopted Hitori

Kotono Mitsuishi as Yōko Sonoyama

Takashi Matsuyama as Osamu Sonoyama, the man who adopted Hitori

Takashi Matsuyama as Osamu Sonoyama

Sumire Morohoshi as Metry, Migi and Dali’s mother

Sumire Morohoshi as Metry

Kimiko Saito as Micchan, the Sonoyama family’s housekeeper


Romi Park as Reiko Ichijo, Eiji’s mother

Romi Park as Reiko Ichijo

Tokuyoshi Kawashima as Akira Ichijo, Eiji’s father

Tokuyoshi Kawashima as Akira Ichijo

Akira Sekine as Karen Ichijo, Eiji’s little sister


The anime is set to premiere on the AT-X channel and Amazon Prime Video in Japan on October 2. It will also run on Tokyo MX and BS11 channels and other streaming services as well.

The anime’s opening theme song, “Ymagadoki,” is performed by singers Soraru and Rib as the new duo Soraru to Rib.

The anime also stars:

  • Shun Horie as Migi
  • Ayumu Murase as Dali
  • Shintaro Asanuma as Shunpei Akiyama
  • Shunsuke Takeuchi as Maruta Tsutsumi
  • Kengo Kawanishi as Eiji Ichijo

The staff includes:

  • Director, Series Scripts, Sound Director: Mankyu
  • Animation Production: CompTown
  • Chief Animation Director, Character Design: Ayumi Nishibata
  • Music Composer: Hiroko Sebu
  • Assistant Director: Mamoru Enomoto
  • Clothing Design: Emi Honda, Takayo Mitsuwaka, Nozomi Fujii
  • Prop Design: Color & Smile
  • Food Design: Recommendation
  • Art Setting: Kiya Hirayoshi
  • Art Director: Risa Wakabayashi
  • Color Setting: Haruko Nobori
  • 3D Director: Kōhei Ogawa (CompTown)
  • Director of Photography: Mika Watanabe
  • Editing: Masahiro Goto
  • Music Production: Flying Dog
  • Sound Effects: Naoto Yamatani
  • Sound Production: Bit Groove Promotion

In 2021, Sano ended the manga with its seventh and final volume, which was shipped in December 2021. On August 5, Sano passed away at 36 years old.

Source: ANN