Teogonia anime reveals main cast, ending song and 2025 premiere in first trailer

Teogonia anime

Tsukasa Tanimai’s Teogonia light novel isekai series is getting an anime adaptation with its first details revealed this week.

The Teogonia anime’s first trailer confirms a 2025 release, news confirmed alongside a preview for its ending theme song “Tsuki to Boku to Atarashī Jibun” (The Moon, Me, and My New Self), performed by girl group STU48.

Originally published to a user-generated novel publishing site by Tsukasa Tanimai back in 2017, Teogonia was later picked up by a publisher who began a full publishing run as a light novel. The series was adapted into a manga in 2018.

Here’s the first trailer:

The new trailer also reveals the two main leads:

Teogonia follows protagonist Kai, voiced by Mutsumi Tamura, a boy from the village from Lag who fights demi-humans. The young boy nearly dies and in doing so regains memories from his past life, revealing the secret “rule set” in his world.

Jose, voiced by Kana Hanazawa, a girl who is also the daughter of the chieftain and priestess of the village of Lag, and possesses the power of the land god:

Kunihiro Mori is revealed to be the director, from Asahi Production. The anime series is written by Tomoyasu Okubo, Koichiro Kawano is charge of character designs, and Kenji Fujisawa serves as the music producer. Lastly, WOWMAX will produce the series.

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