On Saturdays at 4:30 p.m. IST, Muse Asia will begin streaming the second anime in the Pui Pui Molcar franchise, Pui Pui Molcar Driving School.
The next Pui Pui Molcar stop-motion animation series, titled Pui Pui Molcar Driving School, will debut on October 8 on Muse Asia, the company said on Facebook on Sunday. On Saturdays at 4:30 IST, the anime will be streamed.
Muse Asia will also broadcast the anime in Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Pakistan in addition to India.
Peter, Hii, F, and Mii are the four new characters who will appear in the anime.
The new anime will be directed by Hana Ono, a storyboarder from the original, while the new anime is being overseen by Tomoki Misato, who previously served as director. Yasuko Abe, Matsurika Konishi, Yukari Kakiuchi, Kazushige Tma, Shta Ogawa, and Makoto Takano are a few of the animators. For backdrops, UchuPeople, Atelier KOCKA, Pandagraph, and Studio Bingo are given credit. Once more, Noriyoshi Numa is in charge of sound design, while Shta Kowashi is writing the music.
The stop-motion series made its debut on TV Tokyo’s Kinder TV children’s variety show in January 2021. In the show, guinea pigs that have turned into vehicles are the main characters (the title word “Molcar” combines “car” with “morumotto,” the Japanese word for “guinea pig” and a variant of the English word “marmot”). The anime was aired in India in January 2021 by Muse Asia. In July 2021, it started streaming the anime again. Tobidase! Narase! The compilation movie for the series, Pui Pui Molcar, debuted in Japan in July 2021.
The show uses wool felt stop-motion puppets that are animated.
On an animated television program, this one marked Tomoki Misato’s directing debut. Along with Hana Ono and Kei Sato, Misato also co-wrote the narrative and worked on the storyboards. Misato, Ikuko Iwatsuki, Kei Sato, and Makoto Takano worked as the show’s animators. The performers featured Michiko Kaihatsu, Ikuko Iwatsuki, Kei Sato, Harune Sat, and Misato. The tunes were written by Shta Kowashi.
The Pui Pui Molcar Mogu Mogu Parking smartphone game, which debuted in July 2021, was also inspired by the brand.
Crayon Shin-chan and Doraemon are only a couple of the movies made by Shinei Animation.
In December 2020, Misato and Wit Studio opened a stop-motion studio.