Crunchyroll have revealed four more title that will be available to stream as part of their lineup during the spring season.
The three new titles are Sengoku Collection (Parallell World Samurai), Polar Bear’s Cafe and Saki. This brings the number of new titles available to view in the UK this spring season through Crunchyroll up to twelve. Below you can find information on these three shows.
For information on the other titles announced thus far please refer to our previous articles HERE & HERE.
Sengoku Collection (Parallell World Samurai)
“This series revolves around many samurai who are accidentally removed from a parallel universe inhabited by well-known historic characters. Unlike the historical war period known to us, all inhabitants in this unique world look like high school girls. Coming from the medieval era and finding themselves totally amazed by everything they encounter in modern day Tokyo, the girls become best friends through their adventures.”
The show begins tomorrow, Thursday 5th April, at 6.30pm GMT with a new episode being available every Thursday thereafter HERE.
Polar Bear’s Cafe
This series “revolves around a Canadian white bear that quits his boring job and starts a cafeteria near a zoo. He loves telling tall tales and always brags about himself. According to him, he was picked up by a human couple who owns a diner while he was drifting around on an iceberg.
Though he has lost all contact with his Canadian family, he has discovered a new home in serving the diners’ clientele, thanks to the kind couple. His café is an embodiment of his personality. The place is always packed with many regulars, animals and humans, who are drawn by his charismatic magnetism.”
Polar Bear’s Cafe will air every Thursday at Crunchyroll HERE.
Saki – Episode of side-A
“Shizuno Takakamo and Ako Atarashi, members of the Achiga Girl’s Academy Kid’s Mahjong Club, invite the new transfer student from Tokyo, Nodoka Haramura, to come play with them. Kuro Matsumi, a student one year above them, and Harue Akado, a university student who is their coach, are there as well, and together they spend their days having fun and playing Mahjong. But when it’s time to go to middle school, Harue leaves for a pro team, and Ako ends up going to a different school. And then Nodoka transfers, and the group is torn apart. Time passes, and one day in her last year of middle school, Shizuno is watching TV when she sees Nodoka winning the national middle school Mah-jong tournament. “I want to play Mahjong with Nodoka again.”
You can watch this show every Sunday at 5.35pm GMT beginning this coming Sunday (8th April) HERE.
We will keep you up to date with more streaming anime announcements when available.