The team behind the TV anime adaptation of Kengo Hanazawa’s “Under Ninja” manga has unveiled a main promotional video, a fresh visual, introduced a new cast member, revealed the opening theme artist, and announced the premiere date of October 5th.
The manga, published in English by Denpa, is described as follows:
In the aftermath of World War II, the Allied Command in Japan established a unique agency to combat terrorism and violence in the Pacific region. This agency was staffed with highly skilled ninja initially assigned to handle domestic matters. Over time, it evolved into a sophisticated organization overseeing 20,000 ninja engaged in various domestic and international missions. Among these ninja is Kurō, a seventeen-year-old high school outcast, now thrust into the role of safeguarding Tokyo against a potential wave of foreign assassins.
After World War II, the Allied Command in Japan created an innovative agency to combat terrorism and violence in the Pacific region. This agency initially comprised ninja tasked with addressing domestic issues. As time passed, it transformed into its current state, overseeing a force of 20,000 ninja involved in a wide range of domestic and international missions. One of these ninja is Kudo, a seventeen-year-old high school underachiever who finds himself at the forefront of Tokyo’s defense against a potential influx of foreign assassins.