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The TV anime staff of Piero Karasuit is The Magical Revolution of the Reincarnated Princess (Tensei Ōjo to Tensai Reijō no Mahō Kakumei) light novel revealed details about the anime’s ending theme song on Thursday. Anisphia actress Sayaka Senbongi and Eupyllia’s voice actress Manaka Iwami performs the song “Only for You” and the single for the song will go on sale on February 8.

The anime previously announced its opening theme song titled “Rainbow”, performed by Hanatan, a singer who became popular via videos on Niconico and Youtube. Vocaloid songwriter Doriko wrote the lyrics and composed and arranged the music. The single for this song will be released on January 25.

The anime’s opening theme song will go on sale in Japan on January 25, and the ending theme song will be released on February 8.

The anime will be released in January 2023.

Manaka Iwami plays the role of Euphyllia Magenta, and Sayaka Senbongi plays the role of Anisphia von Palletia.

Other cast members include:

Shingo Tamaki (Haha girl, Ahiru no Sora) directs the anime to diomedea. Wataru Watarithe author of My Youth Romantic Comedy Is Wrong, As I Expected light novel, is in charge of the scripts for the series. Naomi Ide (History of the devil’s riddle, Kan Glue, Domestic Girlfriend) designs the characters.

Yen Press licensed both the light novels and its manga adaptation. Yen Press describes the story:

Despite her alleged incompetence with ordinary magic, Princess Anisphia defies the expectations of aristocracy by developing “magicology”, a unique magical theory based on memories from her past life. One day, she sees the brilliant noble Eupyllia unjustly stripped of her title as the kingdom’s next monarch. That’s when Anisphia concocts a plan to help Euphyllia regain her good name, which somehow involves them living together and researching magic! However, these two ladies do not know that their chance meeting will change not only their own future, but also that of the kingdom… and the whole world!

Piero Karasu began serializing the story in the Shōsetsuka ni Narō! website in February 2019 and finished it in June 2020. He then started writing epilogue chapters for the story from August 2020 to August 2021. He also wrote a prologue chapter for the whole story in September 2020. Kadokawa published the first printed volume of the story with illustrations by Youri Kisaragi in January 2020. Kadokawa published the fifth volume of the novel on August 20.

Harutsugu Nadaka launched a manga adaptation of the novels by Kadokawait is Dengeki Maoh magazine in July 2020. Kadokawa released the manga’s fourth compiled book volume on August 26.

Yen Press published the first novel on April 12 and published the second volume of the novel on August 16. Yen Press released the manga’s first volume on May 24, and released the manga’s second volume on September 6. The manga’s third novel volume and third compiled book volume will be released on December 13.

Source: press release

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