Anime distributor Muse Indonesia has confirmed through their official social media that the animated feature from BanG Dream! Project, BanG Dream! Episode of Roselia 1: Promise will be released in Indonesia. The exact release date and the cinema chains that will be screening the film has not been announced yet.

From a multimedia franchise by Bushiroad, BanG Dream! Episode of Roselia 1: Promise focuses on the journey of Roselia, a band formed by Yukina Minato, to reach the stage of “FES”. Each holding their own convictions, the members of the band come together. This is the story of their “promise” made to each other, from the start of the band to their challenge towards FUTURE WORLD FES!

Koudai Kakimoto (BanG Dream! 2nd Season) will serve as the chief director and screenplay with Atsushi Mimura (ID-0) serving as the director. Other staff including Junpei Fujita and Noriyasu Agematsu from Elements Garden, who are returning as music producer.

Reprising their respective roles, the voice actors are:

  • Aina Aiba as Yukina Minato
  • Haruka Kudo as Sayo Hikawa
  • Kanon Shizaki as Rinko Shirokane
  • Megu Sakuragawa as Ako Udagawa
  • Yuki Nakashima as Lisa Imai

Previously, Muse Indonesia streamed all seasons of BanG Dream! anime series and its feature film, BanG Dream! Film Live, on their official YouTube Channel. Last April, the release of BanG Dream! Episode of Roselia 1: Promise in Indonesia has been hinted during a Muse Indonesia staff live stream event. Other than Indonesia, BanG Dream! Episode of Roselia 1: Promise is also planned to be released in various Asian countries like Malaysia, Singapore, Hongkong, and Thailand.

Muse Indonesia is an Indonesia-based YouTube channel part of MUSE Communication Co., Ltd. The channel has streamed various anime legally on YouTube for Indonesia with Indonesian subtitles. MUSE Communication also streamed various legal anime for South-East Asia audience with English subtitle on Muse Asia YouTube channel. Other than Indonesia, Muse Asia also created other country-specific YouTube channels in other South-East Asian countries that stream the anime with subtitles in their respective languages.

The Indonesian Anime Times

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