Earlier, during an Anime expo live online event, Eleven Arts announced that Haikara-San: Here Comes Miss Modern Part 2 will be available on the online streaming platform Amazon Prime Video.
Part 2 is the second adaptation of Yamato’s Haikara-san Ga Tooru manga. In this post, we are going to talk about when the fans can watch the anime film on the streaming platform.Img src: manga.tokyo
When can the fans watch the film Haikara-San Part 2?
As announced by the Eleven Arts, the manga film will be available for the viewers on the Amazon Prime Video. Luckily Fans can start watching the movie on July 7. In 2018, Eleven Arts released the film in multiplexes in the United States.
Moreover, The first adaptation film of the manga, Gekijoban Haikara-san ga Toru Zenpen: Benio, Hana no 17-sai, released in Japan in November 2017. Whereas in June,2018 the first film got released in the USA and Canada. With the title Haikara-San: Here Comes Miss Modern Part 1.Img src: anime-planet.com
Those who have missed the trailer of the movie can watch it here.
Synopsis of Haikara-San: Here Comes Miss Modern Part 2:
The storyline of the film is set in Tokyo in the Taishō era. From 1912 to 1926. The story revolves around Benio “Haikara-san” Hanamura. Hanamura lost her mother at a very young age. And is raised by her father alone. He is a very high-ranking official in the army of Japan. Due to upbringing, Hanamura has grown into a tomboy, which is quite the opposite of the typical Japanese thoughts of womanhood. She is grown into a woman who reads kendo, drinks sake. And often dresses in Western fashion outfits rather than traditional kimono. Hanamaru is the kind of girl who is not interested in household work, as she is into literature. Moreover, She hates the idea of arrange marriages. She believes in making career and marrying the love of their life.
However, Haikara-san’s best friends are more feminine than Haikara-san. But they are equally involve in women’s rights. Also, Ranmaru, who is a young man, who is playing female roles for a very long time in the kabuki theater has adopted very feminine manners.Img src: youtube.com