The official website for the upcoming anime adaptation of Saburouta’s Citrus manga has revealed the main cast for the upcoming series. The anime adaptation was announced last November.

The main cast of the anime consists of:

  • Ayana Taketatsu (Kirino Kousaka in Oreimo) will voice Yuzu Aihara
  • Minami Tsuda (Yui Funami in Yuru Yuri) as Mei Aihara
  • Yukiyo Fujii (Latifah Fleuranza in Amagi Brilliant Park) voicing the role of Harumi Taniguchi
  • Yurika Kubo (Hanayo Koizumi from Love Live! School Idol Project) voices Himeko Momokino
  • Shiori Izawa (Saya Sasamiya in Gakusen Toshi Asterisk) voicing as Matsuri Mizusawa

In addition, a new visual for the series was recently revealed:

New Anime Visual Revealed For Yuri Manga Citrus

The previous visual which was revealed last March:

Here’s a promotional video for volume 1 – 3 of the manga:

Citrus is a Japanese yuri manga series written and illustrated by Saburouta. The series began serialization in Ichijinsha’s Comic Yuri Hime from November 17, 2012 and is licensed in English by Seven Seas Entertainment. An anime adaptation has been announced.

Citrus synopsis from MAL:

Fashionable Yuzu imagined the first day at her new school she transferred to after her mother’s remarriage a bit differently; she didn’t know it’d be an ultra-strict and conservative girls’ school. So instead of a sweet high-school romance, she butts heads with the stern student council president Mei—who turns out to be her new step sister. And she has to learn that hate and attraction are often not that far apart.

You can visit the anime’s website here:
And follow the anime’s official Twitter: @citrus_anime

Source: Citrus Anime Website

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