August 18, 2022
Almost five months after the Japanese airing of the popular RomCom anime, the time has come! Crunchyroll is now releasing the twelve-part series My Dress-Up Darling with German dubbing on its streaming platform.
Since August 16, 2022, the first episode of My Dress-Up Darling in German has been available on demand for all premium members. A new episode airs every Tuesday at 10:00 p.m. on Crunchyroll.
The Oxygen Sound Studios from Berlin takes over the German dubbing production, in which René Dawn-Claude is involved as dialogue director and Charlotte Uhlig as dialogue book author. Benjamin Stöwe speaks Wakana Gojo, while Gabrielle Pietermann can be heard as Marin Kitagawa.
My Dress-Up Darling (Japanese: Sono Bisque Doll wa Koi o Suru ) is based on the manga of the same name by author Shinichi Fukuda. The anime adaptation consists of twelve episodes that aired on Japanese television between January and March 2022. The studio CloverWorks under the direction of Keisuke Shinohara was responsible for the production.
> Watch the series on Crunchyroll (OmU|DE)
This is what My Dress-Up Darling is all about:
Wakana's wish is to grow up to be a kishirashi like his grandpa – a master maker of traditional Japanese hina dolls. Although enthusiastic about the craft, he doesn't know the faintest thing about the latest fashion trends and finds it difficult to contribute to his class. His popular classmates, above all the girl Marin, seem to live in a completely different world. That changes one day when she tells him about her secret hobby of cosplay and their completely different worlds collide.