‘The Rolling Girls’ Anime First Ending Sequence New Streamed With Subtitles

‘The Rolling Girls’ Anime First Ending Sequence New Streamed With Subtitles Fans of the series The Rolling Girls now have an extra little bit of fun they can share easily with friends to try and convert them with the subtitled ending sequence from the series, with at least the first ending sequence. The piece is performed by the main girls from the show with Ari Ozawa, Rina Hidaka, Risa Taneda and Yumiri Hanamori with the song Hito ni Yasashiku. According to FUNimation, this first episode ending song becomes the opening theme for The Rolling Girls from episode 2 onwards, letting it serve double duty. FUNimation is streaming the series on Saturdays at 1pm ET, which you can check out here .

The show comes from Wit Studio and it has some really appealing designs to it. The series is going to star Ari Ozawa as Nozomi Moritomo, Rina Hidaka as Yukina Kosaka, Risa Taneda as Ai Hibiki and Yumiri Hanamori as Aya Misonochi. The series premiereed in Japan on January 10th, 2015 on MBS with a roll out to other networks on January 11th and January 12th.

Plot concept: Gun your engines and get ready for the full-throttle adventure of The Rolling Girls, the first original anime from the studio that brought you Attack on Titan! In the wake of the Great Tokyo War, Japan – as the world once knew it – no longer exists. What remains is a fragmented network of independent nations, each ruled by a prophet known as a Mosa. Every Mosa commands an army, or Mob, as they seek to conquer anyone in their path. Enter Nozomi, Yukina, Ai, and Chiaya. Together, these intrepid and adorable girls travel across battle-ravaged Japan, seeking to transform themselves – and their world!

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