"Vampire Dormitory" TV Anime Premieres on April 7 with Key Visual Unveiled

The television anime adaptation of Ema Toyama's "Vampire Dormitory" manga is set to debut on TOKYO MX and BS Nippon TV on April 7, airing at 11:30 p.m. JST. Additional broadcasts will follow on AT-X from April 8 and on MBS from April 9. Crunchyroll will offer streaming services for the anime in various regions, including North America, Central America, South America, Europe, Africa, Oceania, the Middle East, the CIS, and India.

Key Visual:

Accompanying the announcement is the official key visual, providing a glimpse into the world of "Vampire Dormitory."

Main Cast:

  • Kana Ichinose as Mito Yamamoto
  • Shunichi Toki as Ruka Saotome
  • Yuichiro Umehara as Ren Nikaido
  • Wataru Hatano as Komori
  • Yusuke Shirai as Takara Kagurazaka
  • Yuki Sakakihara as Juri

Anime Synopsis:

"I want to become your thrall…!” The story revolves around Mito Yamamoto, an orphaned girl facing hardships. After losing her parents and being abandoned, she finds herself without a place to live. This changes when Ruka, a vampire, takes her in. In exchange for Mito providing her blood as sustenance, she starts living in a boys' dorm filled with unique personalities. The dangerous cohabitation between the crossdressing Mito and the doting vampire Ruka unfolds in unexpected ways.

Staff and Production:

  • Director: Nobuyoshi Nagayama
  • Scriptwriter: Touko Machida
  • Character Designer: Naomi Tsuruta
  • Studio: Studio Blanc

Opening Theme:

The opening theme song, titled "Sugar Blood Kiss," will be performed by FANTASTICS.

Manga Background:

  • Author: Ema Toyama
  • Serialization: Kodansha's Nakayoshi magazine (November 2018 - Ongoing)
  • English Release: Kodansha USA Publishing

Additional Manga Details:

The manga, which started its "second part" in December 2022 after a hiatus, is scheduled for the release of its 11th volume on May 21, 2024.
As the anticipation builds for the debut of "Vampire Dormitory," viewers can expect a unique blend of supernatural elements, humor, and romance in this exciting anime adaptation.

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