Despite being last, Summer Time Rendering has gained a huge following, allowing the show to land a place at the top of the spring list. After all, it is one of the most thrilling suspense anime of the season.
About Summer Time Rendering
Yasuki Tanaka's manga series Summer Time Rendering is a unique concept. It is a suspenseful and supernatural anime that launched in the spring of 2022.
As previously revealed, the series will be adapted into a live-action and a real-escape game in the near future.
The anime follows Shinpei Ajiro, the main character, as he returns to his hometown of Hitogashima Island after a ten-year absence. He left the island to pursue his childhood passion of becoming a chef, like his adopted father, Alan Kofune.
After hearing that his childhood friend, Ushio Kofune, had died, Shinpei chooses to return to the island.
Shinpei and Ushio have a long history together, as Shinpei was adopted by the Kofune family after his parents died in a diving accident.
Shinpei dreams of Ushio on the trip to Hitogashima Island. She was pleading with Shinpei to protect Mio and uncover the island's mystery. He also rushed to see Hizuru Minakata, a well-known novelist who would help him unearth the truth.
Shinpei arrives on the island on July 22nd. Mio Kofune, Ushio's younger sister, greeted him.
Everything was going swimmingly until Shinpei noticed Mio's doppelganger in front of the Kofunes. He also witnessed the death of a police officer, who afterwards reappeared as a Shadow.
Shadow Sickness is a local legend on the island. According to folklore, the Shadows duplicate original people in order to destroy them and replace them in the real world.
How Many Episodes Will Summer Time Rendering Have?
The anime will adapt the complete Summer Time Rendering manga from beginning to end, as previously revealed. So far, the anime has stayed true to the manga, so you won't have to worry about missing any of the stories.
The anime premiered on April 2022 and will run until the summer season if there are no production delays. The anime episodes are 23 minutes long, which is the perfect length for the animation to cover the manga chapters.
The anime's second opening theme song was unveiled and will debut in July. Asaka will perform the second opening theme song, named Natsuyusume Noisy (A Noisy Summer Dream).