Update 2/1/2021, 2:44PM EST: Fixed a typographical error in the cast list.
On Feburary 1, Funimation announced that they produced an English dub for Sakura Wars the Animation. The publisher will launch the adaptation in its entirety on FunimationNow on Feburary 2.
The confirmed cast is as follows:
- Sakura Amamiya: Cherami Leigh
- Klara: Lindsay Seidel
- Anastasia Palma: Stephanie Young
- Hatsuho Shinonome: Amber Lee Connors
- Azami Mochizuki: Sarah Wiedenheft
- Clarissa “Claris” Snowflake: Amanda Gish
- Hakushu Murasame: Luci Christian
- Sumire Kanzaki: Michelle Ruff
- Kaoru Rindo: Monica Rial
- Seijuro Kamiyama: Ian Sinclair
- Komachi Oba: Tia Ballard
- Lancelot: Felecia Angelle
- Leyla: Terri Doty
Michelle Ruff previously played Sumire Kanzaki in Sakura Wars the Movie.
Stephen Hoff (Asteroid in Love, Black Butler: Book of the Atlantic, Code Geass: Akito the Exiled) is directing the dub, which features a script by Terri Doty (Corpse Princess, Donten ni Warau Gaiden series, Initial D: Fourth Stage). Rawly Pickens is working as mixing engineer on the project.
About Sakura Wars the Animation
Sakura Wars the Animation aired in the Spring 2020 broadcast season.
Manabu Ono (Sword Art Online: Alicization, Horizon in the Middle of Nowhere) directed the project at Sanzigen and co-wrote the scripts with Tatsuhiko Urahata (Hi-Score Girl, GATE). Sakura Wars composer Kōhei Tanaka scored the show’s soundtrack.
Oji Hiroi and Sega are credited with the original concept.
Funimation describes the title as:
Ten years after the demon war, the new Imperial Combat Revue’s Flower Division is assigned a new captain, Seijuro Kamiyama. Now, Sakura and the rest of the troupe must adjust to the change, face a demon invasion, and prepare for an upcoming tournament. They’ll have to juggle all this while keeping up with their training and continuing to put on shows at their home, the Imperial Theater.