The current season of The Dangers in My Heart anime is beautifully showcasing the budding romance between Kyotaro and Anna. The opening theme sequence features vibrant waves and delicious snacks, accompanied by the melodious “Shayo” (“Setting Sun”) by Yorushika. You can now enjoy the creditless version of the sequence below.
If you’re a fan of Yorushika, you’ll definitely love the opening theme song of The Dangers in My Heart anime. The song, “Shayo” (“Setting Sun”), perfectly captures the essence of the show and its upbeat melody will leave you humming it for hours. Even if you’re not familiar with Yorushika’s music, this song is worth checking out!
The anime adaptation of Norio Sakurai’s manga, The Dangers in My Heart, is helmed by director Hiroaki Akagi (known for Teasing Master Takagi-san and A Couple of Cuckoos) at the renowned Shin-Ei Animation studio. The series composition is handled by Jukki Hanada, who is known for his work on Bloom Into You. The character designs are created by Masato Katsumata (known for The Quintessential Quintuplets 2), while the music is composed by Kensuke Ushio (known for Liz and the Blue Bird and A Silent Voice).
Seven Seas Entertainment, which publishes the manga’s official English version, describes the series as such:
Kyotaro Ichikawa, a boy barely clinging to the bottom rung of his school’s social ladder, secretly believes he’s the tortured lead in some psychological thriller. He spends his days dreaming up ways to disrupt his classmates’ peaceful lives and pining after Anna Yamada, the class idol. But Kyotaro’s not nearly the troubled teen he pretends to be…and it turns out Anna’s a bit odd herself!
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