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Handyman Saito in Another World English Dub Will Air on January 22

Handyman Saito in Another World

Handyman Saito in Another World

OtakuFeed Found out that Crunchyroll has announced on Thursday that it will start airing the English dub of the anime of Kazutomo Ichitomo’s Benriya Saitō-san, Isekai ni Iku (Handyman Saitō in Another World) manga on January 22.
Mike McFarland is orchestrating the dub with ADR engineer Manuel Aragon. Jared Smith is composing the scripts. William Dewell is in charge of the ADR mix.

The anime aired in Japan on January 8. Crunchyroll is airing the anime as it streams in Japan.Toshiyuki Kubooka (Berserk: The Golden Age Arc) directs the anime at C2C. Kenta Ihara (Tomodachi Game) oversees the series’ composition and script. Yōko Tanabe is devising the characters. Tomotaka Ohsumi (Dagashi Kashi) is writing the music. The sound director is Yuichi Imaizumi (So I’m a Spider, So What?).

Teary Planet is doing the anime’s opening song, “kaleidoscope,” and konoco is doing the ending song, “Hidamari no Saido” (Sunny Spot’s Saturation).Ichitomo issued the manga on Kadokawa’s ComicWalker service in 2018, and Kadokawa issued the eighth volume on December 23. The manga has 450,000 copies in circulation, as well as digital copies.

The “heartwarming another world fantasy” manga is about Saitō, a mundane handyman who is reincarnated into a different world.

He creates a dungeon scouting party with Raelza, a beautiful and mighty warrior; Morok, a powerful magician who, due to his senility, keeps forgetting spells; and Lafanpan, a cute but stingy fairy. His handyman background is helpful when they ought to open a locked chest or repair their armor.


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