Junichi Suwabe Checks Into Dr. Ramune -Mysterious Disease Specialist- TV Anime as a Master Doctor

Dr. Ramune -Mysterious Disease Specialist-


The roster of “mystery illness” curing doctors in the upcoming January 2021 TV anime, Dr. Ramune -Mysterious Disease Specialist-, based on the manga series by Aho Toro, keeps growing as Ramune’s master Momiji gets cast alongside the release of his character art. Furthermore, a new visual for the series with all the currently-announced characters has been revealed.


Dr. Ramune -Mysterious Disease Specialist-


Joining the rest of the cast is;


Junichi Suwabe (Shota Aizawa in My Hero Academia) as Momiji


Momiji is a handsome and top-notch doctor who specializes in treating “mystery diseases.” He’s a master of Ramune.


One of his hobbies is to torment people and he’s especially strict with Ramune.


Because he has no sense of direction, he always has “Pipopo” accompanied by him, a mystery pet that he created to guide him in the right direction.


Dr. Ramune -Mysterious Disease Specialist-


Comment from Junichi Suwabe:


Anyhow, thank you very much for watching with all your attention. Now, how will the winds current blow Momiji into the picture, and when will it occur?


Please look forward to it!


Previously released trailer:


Directing Dr. Ramune -Mysterious Disease Specialist-  is Hideaki Oba, with Ayumu Hisao working on the Series Composition and Script, Yoko Sato drawing the Character Designs alongside Toshimitsu Kobayashi as the Sub-Character Designer, Hajime Takakuwa as the Sound Director, and Tetsuro Oda doing the Music. The animation is being produced at Platinum Vision.


Previously released visual:

Dr. Ramune Mysterious Disease Specialist

Dr. Ramune -Mysterious Disease Specialist- is scheduled to start curing mysterious illnesses in January 2021 on Crunchyroll worldwide, except for Asia!


Copyright: ©Toro Aho,KODANSHA/ Dr. Ramune -Mysterious Disease Specialist-  Production Committee



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Daryl Harding is a Japan Correspondent for Crunchyroll News. He also runs the YouTube channel about Japan stuff called TheDoctorDazza, tweets at @DoctorDazza, and posts photos of his travels on Instagram

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