‘Wig’ series premieres on Netflix and Hulu in the US

Wig and the series’ co-creators, writer and director Shigeto Yamamoto, have revealed their first episode of “Wig,” a Japanese animated series set in an urban fantasy setting.

The series, produced by Studio Ghibli, is a combination of a manga, video game, and a live-action film.

The series was initially conceived as a collaboration between Yamamoto and former Ghiblo animation director Toshio Suzuki, and Yamamoto himself directed the original manga.

The creators of ” Wig ,” as Yamamoto describes it, hope to bring the same sense of wonder and wonderment in the show that they felt when they first saw the anime, he said in an interview with the Los Angeles Times.

Yamamoto said he hopes viewers will be able to relate to the characters.

“They’re just very naive and vulnerable, and I really wanted to explore that,” he said.

“They are very similar to the main characters of the manga.”

The show’s story revolves around a man who goes to Japan to study the magical art of Wig, and his experiences in Japan.

“Wigs are beautiful and beautiful in the way they are.

They are beautiful in that they are beautiful.

They have a beautiful color.

They’re beautiful in their shape,” Yamamoto explained.

“But I wanted to show that to people, that these Wigs are made to please you.

That’s what I was trying to do.”

In the show, a woman who goes by the name “Tori” discovers Wig while traveling through a Japanese city, and begins to befriend it.

As the show progresses, she develops a friendship with the creature and her companion, who has a similar spirit and a similar appearance.

Yamamura said the idea of creating a magical world where people can connect with and be inspired by the art was an inspiration for the series.

“I wanted to make it feel like we were in the fantasy world of Wigs,” he explained.

He also said the story of the creature was inspired by real life stories, including a young girl who became a Wig.

“We have this girl that was fascinated by Wigs, and she wanted to become a Wigg, and this girl has to figure out how to do that,” Yamamura continued.

The creators also said they wanted to incorporate other worlds of magic, including fairy tales and ancient mythology.

The show will have an all-female cast, including actresses Maya Yoshida, Minako Watanabe, and Maki Sakamoto.

The cast also includes a character named “The Lady of Wands,” voiced by Takayuki Matsumoto.

The first season of “The Wigs” will air on Netflix in the U.S. on April 17, with a second season set to debut in 2019.