Sakura Quest Listed For 25 Episodes And Previews New Home Video Art

The official site for the new original series Sakura Quest has revealed some things ahead of the July 19th release. The first box set out of seven planned sets has been revealed and is available for presale. Along with the visuals of the first box the site also announced that there will be 25 total episodes The first, fourth, and seventh sets will have three episodes each; and the second, third, fifth, and sixth sets will have four episodes each, for a total of 25 episodes.

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The box art for the first set features art by the creator BUNBUN, and by the character designer Kanami Sekiguchi. It not only includes the first volume DVD/Blu-Ray but aslo includes a WEB Radio "Chipacab RADIO" CD as well. If you are are unfamiliar with Sakura Quest, Crunchyroll describes the show below:

Five young women have one thing in common—the careers they planned for themselves weren’t working out. Job dissatisfaction, trying to make ends meet, and personal insecurities lead each of them to start working at a local tourism bureau where their lives become intertwined. As the girls experience their first year on the job, they learn a lot about their town, their industry, and themselves.

The original work is credited to Alexandre S. D. Celibidache. The anime is directed by Soichi Masui, and Masahiro Yokotani supervised the series' scripts. BUNBUN designed the original characters, and Kanami Sekiguchi adapted those designs for animation.(K)NoW_NAME performs the opening theme song "Morning Glory" and produced all of the anime's music. (K)NoW_NAME is a new project founded by Toho Animation Records.

Sakura Quest is currently simulcasting the show as it airs in Japan, and Funimation will be streaming the show with an English dub starting on May 4.

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