Hell’s Paradise TV Anime Cuts Loose With Two New Cast Members

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Two new cast members have been revealed for Hell’s Paradise (known as Jigokuraku in Japan), an upcoming TV anime based on the dark fantasy manga by Yuji Kaku. The new cast members include:


Yamada-asaemon Eizen voiced by Furukawa Makoto


A character setting of Yamada-asaemon Eizen and his voice actor, Makoto Furukawa, from the upcoming Hell's Paradise TV anime.


 Yamada-asaemon Kishou voiced by Shunichi Toki


A character setting of Yamada-asaemon Kishou and his voice actor, Shunichi Toki, from the upcoming Hell's Paradise TV anime.



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The original Hell’s Paradise manga is serialized by Shueisha in their Shōnen Jump+ digital manga magazine, and an English language version is also available from Viz Media. Crunchyroll describes the story of Hell’s Paradise as follows:


The Edo period is nearing its end. Gabimaru, a shinobi formerly known as the strongest in Iwagakure who is now a death row convict, is told that he will be acquitted and set free if he can bring back the Elixir of Life from an island that is rumored to be the Buddhist pure land Sukhavati. In hopes of reuniting with his beloved wife, Gabimaru heads to the island along with the executioner Yamada Asaemon Sagiri. Upon arriving there, they encounter other death row convicts in search of the Elixir of Life… as well as a host of unknown creatures, eerie manmade statues, and the hermits who rule the island. Can Gabimaru find the Elixir of Life on this mysterious island and make it back home alive?


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The Hell’s Paradise TV anime is directed by Kaori Makita and features animation production by MAPPA. The series will broadcast in Japan on TV TOKYO and other networks beginning on April 1, 2023, and it will also stream on Crunchyroll as part of the spring 2023 anime simulcast lineup.


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