Jellyfish Can’t Swim in the Night Coming to HIDIVE this Spring!

North American Premiere Screening Set for March 29 at Anime Boston 2024!

HIDIVE revealed today that the new original anime Jellyfish Can’t Swim in the Night will join its Spring 2024 slate as an exclusive simulcast series. HIDIVE will host the North American premiere of Jellyfish Can’t Swim in the Night Episodes 1 & 2 on March 29 at Anime Boston 2024.  

Produced by Doga Kobo as part of the studio’s 50th anniversary, the anime is directed by Ryohei Takeshita and written by Yūki Yaku along with character design by Junichiro Taniguchi and music by Masaru Yokoyama.

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The Japanese cast stars Miku Itou as Mahiru Kozuki, Rie Takahashi as Kano Yamanouchi, Miyu Tomita as Kiui Watase, and Miyuri Shimabukuro as Mei Kim Anouk Takanashi.

The manga adaptation of Jellyfish Can’t Swim in the Night will be serialized by Kodansha in its “Magazine Pocket” manga app concurrently with the anime series.

Jellyfish Can’t Swim in the Night is set in Central Tokyo’s Shibuya City. Shibuya City is the center of Japanese youth culture and its street are a frenzied mix of fashion, art, entertainment and nightlife — providing the perfect back drop for this unique slice of life, coming-of-age ensemble drama and its cast of characters.

Source: Press release

© JELEE / “Jellyfish Can’t Swim in the Night” Production Committee

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