Alya Sometimes Hides Her Feelings in Russian Reveals Opening and Ending Theme Videos!

Light novel series written by Sunsunsun and illustrated by Momoko.

To mark the release of the first episode of Alya Sometimes Hides Her Feelings in Russian, the opening and ending have been unveiled. The anime is now streaming on Crunchyroll!

OSHI NO KO assistant director Ciao Nekotomi storyboarded and directed the opening to Alya Sometimes Hides Her Feelings in Russian, recalling her work on the opening to Shikimori’s Not Just A Cutie. Compositing director Takafumi Kuwano worked on the ending, where he is also credited with compositing.

Opening Theme – “Ichiban Kagayaku Hoshi” by Sumire Uesaka:

Ending Theme – “Gakuen Tengoku” by Sumire Uesaka:

Sumire Uesaka as Alya
Yukiyo Fujii as Masha
Kohei Amasaki as Masachika Kuze
Kaito Ishikawa as Touya Kenzaki
Wakana Maruoka as Yuki Suou
Saya Aizawa as Ayano Kimishima
Maki Kawase as Chisaki Sarashina
Ikumi Hasegawa as Sayaka Taniyama
Kodai Sakai as Takeshi Maruyama
Taichi Ichikawa as Hikaru Kiyomiya
Yoshino Aoyama as Nonoa Miyamae

Director/ Series composer: Ryouta Ito
Character designer/ Chief animation director: Yuuhei Murota
Art director: Risa Wakabayashi
Color designer: Yuka Itou
Compositing director: Seiichi Sugiura
Music composer: Hiroaki Tsutsumi
Animation production: Doga Kobo

Alya Sometimes Hides Her Feelings in Russian light novels are written by Sunsunsun, illustrated by Momoco. An English version of the light novels is available from Yen Press and described as follows:

Alisa Mikhailovna Kujou is Seiren Private Academy’s “solitary princess.” She’s a half-Russian beauty with silver hair, at the top of her class, student council accountant, and…completely unapproachable. For some reason, she’s also taken on the responsibility of reprimanding the slacker who sits next to her in class. Masachika Kuze is constantly frustrating her by falling asleep, forgetting his textbooks, and just being an overall unexemplary student. Or at least, that’s how it looks from the outside. She may put on a tough act, but she doesn’t mind Masachika as much as others would think. She even lets him call her by her nickname, Alya. Anyone hearing the comments she mutters in Russian under her breath might know how she really feels, but since none of her classmates understand the language, she’s free to say whatever she likes! Except…there is one person who knows what she’s saying. Masachika eavesdrops on her embarrassing revelations, pretending to be clueless, all the while wondering what her flirtatious comments actually mean!

Source: Alya Sometimes Hides Her Feelings in Russian Official Twitter

© Sunsunsun,Momoco/KADOKAWA/Alya-san Partners

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