ATRI: My Dear Moments Anime Reveals Release Date Alongside 2nd PV and Key Visual

ATRI -My Dear Moments-, an eagerly anticipated TV anime based on the visual novel developed by Frontwing and Makura and published by ANIPLEX.EXE, has unveiled a new key visual, a new trailer, and new information about the series’ official opening and ending theme songs. The release date of the series was also announced. The anime, which fans have been eagerly awaiting, is scheduled to release on July 13, 2024.

The key visual for ATRI -My Dear Moments– was also released on the official website. It features Atri, Itaruga, and all their friends.

ATRI: My Dear Moments Anime Reveals Release Date
ATRI Key Visual | Source: Official Twitter

The voice actors who will be breathing life into our beloved protagonists are Kensho Ono (Akutagawa from Bungo Stray Dogs), who will be taking on the role of Natsuki Ikaruga; Hikaru Akao (Riri from Assault Lily), who will bring Atri to life; Minami Takahashi (Megumi from Food Wars!), who will portray Minamo Kamishiro; and Yoshimasa Hosoya (Asahi from Haikyuu!!), who will be voicing Ryuji Nojima. There is also Yoko Hikasa (Mio from K-ON!), who will be voicing Catherine, and last but not the least, Anzu Haruno (Mafuyu from Blend S) behind the voice of Ririka Nanami.

The second trailer for the series was also released alongside the key visuals:

アニメ『ATRI-My Dear Moments-』第2弾PV|7月13日放送・配信スタート

ATRI -My Dear Moments– will broadcast in Japan on TOKYO MX, BS11, Gunma TV, and Tochigi TV beginning July 13, 2024. An additional broadcast will follow on AT-X starting on July 15, 2024.

Nogizaka46 | Source: IMDb

Nogizaka46 performs the opening theme for the series, which is entitled “Ano Hikari” (“That Light”). 22/7 performs the ending theme for the series, which is entitled “YES to NO no Ma ni” (“The Space Between YES and NO”).

22/7 band
22/7 | Source: Fandom

Makoto Kato, a renowned director known for his exceptional work on Bloom Into You and Fanfare of Adolescence, directs the ATRI -My Dear Moments- TV anime at the esteemed animation studio TROYCA. Jukki Hanada, a seasoned writer with a proven track record of creating compelling narratives, provides the series composition and scripts.

She has previously worked on Girls Band Cry, Bloom Into You, and STEINS; GATE. Michio Sato, a talented artist with a unique style, provides the character designs and serves as chief animation director. Fumimori Matsumoto, a skilled composer with a knack for creating memorable soundtracks, provides the music.

The story of the ATRI-My Dear Moments- visual novel is described as follows:

In the near future, a sudden and unexplained sea rise has left much of human civilization underwater.

Ikaruga Natsuki, a boy who lost his mother and his leg in an accident some years earlier, returns disillusioned from a harsh life in the big city to find his old countryside home half-swallowed by the sea.

Left without a family, all he has to his name is the ship and submarine left to him by his oceanologist grandmother, and her debts.

His only hope to restore the dreams for the future that he has lost is to take up an opportunity presented to him by the suspicious debt collector Catherine. They set sail to search the sunken ruins of his grandmother’s laboratory in order to find a treasure rumor says she left there.

But what they find is not riches or jewels; it is a strange girl lying asleep in a coffin at the bottom of the sea.


Atri is a robot, but her appearance and her wealth of emotions would fool anyone into think she’s a living, breathing human being. In gratitude for being salvaged, she makes a declaration to Natsuki.

“I want to fulfill my master’s final order. Until I do, I’ll be your leg!”

In a little town slowly being enveloped by the ocean, an unforgettable summer is about to begin for this boy and this mysterious robot girl…

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A grandma by heart who loves to knit, sketch, and swing in parks. Binge-reads a massive amount of manga from psychological to shounen-ai. Either awkward or salty, there's no in-between.


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