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Here is a collection of promotional videos (PV), television ads (CM), and trailers for the last week. This thread excludes videos that have already been featured in an article. Please check the News Board, under the Preview tag, for articles that feature a promotional video. Last week's PV thread can be found here.

180 Byou de Kimi no Mimi wo Shiawase ni Dekiru ka? | TV | PV
A promotional video for EKACHI EPILKA and Indivision's co-produced original anime 180 Byou de Kimi no Mimi wo Shiawase ni Dekiru ka? was released through its official website on Thursday. The television series premieres on October 15 at 01:00 a.m. via Tokyo MX.




Ai no Utagoe wo Kikasete | Movie | Trailer
The trailer for Ai no Utagoe wo Kikasete highlights the film's main characters Satomi and Shion, played by Haruka Fukuhara and Tao Tsuchiya, respectively. The film produced by J.C.Staff is scheduled to open in Japan on October 29.




Hula Fulla Dance | Movie | Trailer
A trailer for Bandai Namco Pictures' original anime film Hula Fulla Dance was released through the project's official website on Thursday. The film's main theme "Sunflower" by the idol group Philosophy no Dance is highlighted in the video. Hula Fulla Dance premieres in Japanese theaters on December 3.




Sakugan | TV | PV
The official website for Satelight's anime adaptation of Sakugan released the series' third promotional video on Friday. The insert song by MindaRyn titled "Because of you" is highlighted in the video. The television anime is set to air on Thursdays at 11:30 p.m. via Tokyo MX and BS11, starting on October 7.




Sankaku Mado no Sotogawa wa Yoru | TV | PV
The trailer for Zero-G's anime adaptation of Sankaku Mado no Sotogawa wa Yoru highlights the series' opening theme song "Saika" performed by Frederic. The television anime premieres on October 3 at 10:00 p.m. via Tokyo MX.




Selection Project | TV | PV
The official website for the multimedia franchise Selection Project released the third promotional video for its anime on Thursday. The series' opening theme "Glorious Days" performed by the series main cast is highlighted in the video. Doga Kobo is producing the television anime that is set to air on Fridays at 10:00 p.m., starting on October 1.




Showtime! Uta no Onee-san Datte Shitai | TV | PV
The promotional video for AnimeFesta's anime adaptation of Showtime! Uta no Onee-san Datte Shitai features the series' theme song "Cafe Latte Koi Gokoro" performed by Rikka Kitami as her character Minami Takasaki. The short anime produced by Rabbit Gate begins its television broadcast on October 4 at 1:00 a.m. via Tokyo MX.




Tabihani | TV | PV
A teaser video for Studio hb's original short anime Tabihani was released through its official Twitter on Friday. The video reveals that the series is scheduled for Winter 2022.




Visual Prison | TV | PV
The official website for A-1 Pictures' original television anime Visual Prison released its second promotional video on Sunday. The series' opening theme song "Zankoku Shangrila" by O★Z is highlighted in the video. In addition to the video, the website also revealed that Yutaka Kyan and Jun Utahiroba of Golden Bomber will make an appearance in the series. The television anime airs on Saturdays at 12:00 a.m. via Tokyo MX, Gunma TV, Tochigi TV, and BS11, starting on October 9.

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There's always an anime that flies under my radar, so I appreciate the PV collection for making me aware of that. It looks like JC Staff is going to bless us with an interesting movie. I really hope it'll get an international release.

While I'm excited about the BL detective show, I'm a little concerned with the animation after watching that PV. The new teaser though looks very cool.
 
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Sakugan looks interesting. Others not so much
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Sep 13, 7:37 AM

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Rather odd contrast between the music and visuals for Sakugan, I think the previous PV was rather better.

Selection project doesn't really have much to it to tell the truth, but still fairly enticing nonetheless.

But the real important one this time around is Visual Prison, finally pulling out the great music I was expecting from EleGar and Agematsu. Must've replayed that PV a good dozen times just for the beats at 0:25 and 1:10.

Only Ai no Utagoe stood out as something I weren't aware of, but as soon as I read it was by Yoshiura it was a clear skip from me.
 
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Only anime really worth watching out of these is Sakugan. I have high hopes for it, it totally gives me Deca-Dence vibes and i loved that anime, so will definitely be watching Sakugan as well!

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Sep 13, 2:00 PM

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I’m really looking forward to the BL detective anime.
 
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all these animes look interesting.
 
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I'm already creeped out by this ASMR anime, probably won't watch it

Sakugan looks kinda interesting except for the ugly CGI, might give it a try when it comes out

I'm kinda disturbed by how Sankaku Mado no Sotogawa wa Yoru looks, idk it just feels...stiff and empty

And dear lord Visual Prison looks edgy. It has an interesting cast but the rest looks terrible

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tsubasalover said:
Seems perfectly fine to mention it in the article, so I went ahead and added it. Thanks for bringing it up, tsubasa!