The Girl in Twilight

Akanesasu Shoujo

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The urban legend of the 4:44 ritual consists of using a radio player to produce frequencies in front of the Akeyuki Sacred Tree at exactly 4:44, transporting people to a different dimension. When Asuka Tsuchimiya and her friends—Nana Nanase, Mia Silverstone, Yuu Tounaka, and Chloe Morisu—decide to perform this ritual as an activity of the Crystal Radio Research Club, they are shocked when the ritual works. The five travel to a parallel world, known as a fragment, where they meet an unsettlingly familiar girl—Asuka's parallel-world self. This Asuka is dubbed as Seriouska due to her serious attitude and capability to fight. Seriouska tells them about the great danger that faces all the parallel worlds, the Twilight. As it strips the parallel worlds of all of its possibilities, Seriouska seeks the death of the man behind the Twilight, the Twilight King, to stop his onslaught over the multiverse. Akanesasu Shoujo follows the five girls as they learn to accept their true selves, all the while searching for the Twilight King. However, the solution to the invasive Twilight might be closer than they think.

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English: The Girl in Twilight
Japanese: あかねさす少女
Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 1, 2018 to Dec 17, 2018
Premiered: Fall 2018
Broadcast: Mondays at 19:30 (JST)
Producers: Yomiuri Telecasting, Animax, Pony Canyon, Asmik Ace, Studio Mausu, Exit Tunes, Kadokawa, Studio Shamrock, Gamegate
Licensors: Sentai Filmworks, Ponycan USA
Studios: DandeLion Animation Studio, Jumonji
Source: Original
Genres: Action, School, Sci-Fi
Duration: 23 min per ep
Rating: PG-13 – Teens 13 or older
Resolution: 1080p, 480p, 720p
Type: Eng Sub


Yuuichi Abe – Director
Jin Tamamura – Director
Hiroto Morishita – Sound Director
Shougo Yasukawa – Script, Series Composition
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Theme Songs

OP1: “Soranetarium (ソラネタリウム)” by MICHI
ED1: “Kowarekake no Radio (壊れかけのRadio)” by Ami Wajima

Episode List

01: Ritual at 4:44
02: Another Fragment



Sony’s attempt at making the Walkman cool again 😜


Heavy on the exposition. The characters are somewhat interesting, but the show overall seems to be lacking in substance.


In which a group of girls use a walkman to jump dimensions, gain super powers, and fight yellow snow bunnies. It’s pretty damn good.


All things considered, this was better than expected


interesting character design but pretty meh story wise


Imagine if your little brother were to draw you a Mona Lisa. Wouldn’t quite look as good but it’s cute and you’d thank him for the effort.


Interesting premise that wobbles a bit here and there with little direction. Good characters, ends in a strange way while explaining little


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