Tower of god anime key visual (japan)

Official Key Visual (Japan)

Tower of God (korean 신의 탑, Sin-ui Tap or Japanese 神之塔, Kami no Tō) is the anime adaptation of the Manhwa of the same name, created by the Korean artist SIU that takes place as a Talse Uzer Story. The series is produced by Telecom Animation Film, with Aniplex subsidiary Rialto Entertainment[1] responsible for Japanese production, and Sola Entertainment provided production management. The anime series premiered on April 1, 2020 on broadcast television in Japan and Navor Series On in South Korea. It also premiered on Crunchyroll as a co-production under its "Crunchyroll Originals" title.


Reach the top, and everything will be yours. At the top of the tower exists everything in this world, and all of it can be yours. You can become a god.

This is the story of the beginning and the end of Rachel, the girl who climbed the tower so she could see the stars, and Bam, the boy who needed nothing but her. 



  • Opening Theme: "TOP" by Stray Kids
  • Ending Theme: "SLUMP" by Stray Kids

Official Media

Full Episode



SD Icons


Behind the Scenes


The following are the list of Tower of God Anime production staff:[2]

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  • Original Work: SIU
  • Animation Work: Telecom Animation Film
  • Direction: Takashi Sano
  • Assistant Direction: Hirokazu Hanai
  • Series Composition: Erika Yoshida
  • Character Design: Masashi Kudo, Miho Tanino
  • Prop Design: Kenji Masuda
  • Creature Design: Masahiko Suzuki
  • BG Art Director: Keiichiro Shimizu
  • Color Setting: Satoshi Hashimoto
  • 3DCG Director: Ryouta Takano
  • Special Effects Supervisor: Kumiko Taniguchi
  • Sound Director: Takayuki Yamaguchi
  • Editor: Kazuhiro Nii
  • Sound Effects: Yasuyuki Konno, Yui Ando
  • Music: Kevin Penkin (Twitter)[3]
  • Music Producer: Hiromitsu Iijima
  • Music Production: IRMA LA DOUCE
  • Produced By: Tower of God Animation Partners
  • Other Staff
  • Comments by Kevin Penkin
  • Comments by Takashi Sano (Director)
    The original LINE Manga is very interesting and includes art, and we did our best to preserve the feel of the original. Due to the complicated plot, it was difficult to consolidate all the attractive episodes into the TV series, but thanks to the efforts of writer Yoshida-san, I believe we were able to extract the essence of the original work.

Unofficial Art by Character Designers

Art released by character designers on their personal social media account. 


Short character bio, VA's previous known roles, and comments from VA



Stray Kids

Comments by members of the OP and ED performing band, Stray Kids  [4][5]

External links


  1. First Japanese Reveal
  2. 2.0 2.1 Second Japanese Reveal
    First English Reveal
    Second English Reveal
  3. Penkin's Tweet
  4. SKZ Profiles
  5. SKZ Comments
    Translation by Sanhabot on Twitter


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