Crunchyroll has just introduced the Hindi dubbed version of the television anime adaptation of Kazutomo Ichitomo’s manga “Handyman Saitō in Another World” (Benriya Saitō-san, Isekai ni Iku). This exciting addition came on a Thursday, marking a significant development for anime fans.
“Handyman Saitō in Another World” originally made its debut in Japan on January 8. What sets this apart is that Crunchyroll simultaneously streamed the anime in India while it was airing in Japan, offering fans in the region an immersive experience.
The anime was skillfully directed by Toshiyuki Kubooka, known for his work on “Berserk: The Golden Age Arc,” under the production of C2C. Kenta Ihara, the creative mind behind “Tomodachi Game,” was responsible for crafting the series’ composition and script.
Notably, the characters were brought to life through the artistic talents of Yōko Tanabe, and Tomotaka Ohsumi, renowned for his work on “Dagashi Kashi,” composed the captivating music. The pivotal role of sound director was skillfully filled by Yuichi Imaizumi, who has notable experience in the anime world with “So I’m a Spider, So What?”
The anime’s opening track, “kaleidoscope,” was beautifully performed by Teary Planet, while the ending song, “Hidamari no Saido” (Sunny Spot’s Saturation), was skillfully delivered by konoco.
Ichitomo’s journey with this captivating manga began on Kadokawa’s ComicWalker platform back in 2018. It has steadily gained popularity, with the ninth volume being published by Kadokawa on June 23. Impressively, the manga boasts a circulation of 450,000 copies, encompassing both physical and digital editions.
At the heart of this enchanting tale is the “heartwarming another world fantasy.” It centers around Saitō, an unassuming handyman who finds himself reincarnated into a fantastical realm.
Here, he forms an unlikely yet endearing dungeon exploration party, consisting of Raelza, a strikingly beautiful and formidable warrior; Morok, a magician with extraordinary powers, albeit hindered by his forgetfulness; and Lafanpan, an adorable yet frugal fairy. Saito’s handyman skills come in handy for the group, whether it’s opening a stubbornly locked chest or mending their battle-worn armor.