The Apothecary Diaries Releases Video for Episode 24 Insert Song

TOHO Animation released a video of The Apothecary Diaries episode 24 insert song “When Wishes Bloom (Omoi Saku Toki)” by Aoiema. The song was featured in the final episode when the main character Maomao performed her send-off dance for a redeemed courtesan. It is an edited version of the episode 12 insert song titled “Flower in the Snow (Secchuuka)” by Kanako Kishi. Both songs are included in the recently released official soundtrack and were composed by Satoru Kosaki featuring lyrics by Mashiro Uchida. Watch The Apothecary Diaries episode 24 insert song below:

The previous insert songs in The Apothecary Diaries include “Omoikaze” from episode 3, “Asu To Tazunete” from episode 9, “Flower in the Snow” from episode 12, and “Blaze of Clear Sky” by Daichi Takenaka from episode 19. Respective anime music videos were also released on TOHO’s YouTube page, as well as official releases on multiple streaming platforms.

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The Apothecary Diaries is a Japanese light novel series written by Natsu Hyuga and illustrated by Toko Shino. Shunfunotomo’s Hero Bunko currently publishes the light novel series, J-Novel Club publishes the digital English version, and Square Enix publishes the novels in print.

The series also has two manga adaptations: the manga series of the same name by Itsuki Nanao, illustrated by Nekokurage on Square Enix’s Monthly Big Gangan; and “Kusuriya no Hitorigoto: Maomao no Kokyu Nazotoki Techo (The Apothecary Diaries: The Palace Cloister Mystery-Solving Notebook of Maomao)” by Minoji Kurata on Shogakukan’s Monthly Sunday Gene-X.

TOHO Animation and OML animated The Apothecary Diaries series, which had a total of 24 episodes. It is available on Netflix and Crunchyroll in select regions. Crunchyroll describes the plot:
Maomao lived a peaceful life with her apothecary father. Until one day, she’s sold as a lowly servant to the emperor’s palace. But she wasn’t meant for a compliant life among royalty. So when imperial heirs fall ill, she decides to step in and find a cure! This catches the eye of Jinshi, a handsome palace official who promotes her. Now, she’s making a name for herself solving medical mysteries!

Source: TOHO Animation YouTube
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