Upcoming anime film, an adaptation of Yuki Midorikawa’s Natsume’s Book of Friends (Natsume Yūjin-Chō) manga began streaming a new trailer. The English title for the film is Natsume’s Book of Friends the Movie: Tied to the Temporal World, and the Japanese title is Gekijōban Natsume Yūjin-Chō: Utsusemi ni Musubu.
The YouTube video is available only for the Japanese audience, so check out the trailer from the official tweet below. The video features the film’s theme song “remember” by Uru.
Moreover, the announcement also came along with the release of a new visual for the film. The Natsume Yūjin-Chō anime film will premiere in Japan on September 29, 2018.
A set of guest cast and returning cast will be a part of the film. Animation studio Shuka will be working on this project with Midorikawa supervising the film’s original story. We will have Hideki Ito serving as the new director, although Takahiro Ōmori is still serving as the chief director.
Also, other staff who are returning include Sadayuki Murai handling the series composition, Tatsuo Yamada doing the yōkai designs, and Makoto Yoshimori composing the music for the Natsume Yūjin-Chō Movie.
About Natsume’s Book of Friends (Natsume Yūjin-Chō)
The series already has six seasons of anime to its credit and now a film in the works.The original manga and the anime seasons center around the story of Natsume, a boy who can see yōkai as long as he can remember. He gets caught between humans who shun him and yōkai, who are not any fond of him either. One day he comes across a book full of contracts that his grandmother has made to trap yōkai. Consequently, Natsume now decides to release or help them even when some of the yōkai seek vengeance on him.
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