Kimi wa Kanata is a youth fantasy animation set in Ikebukuro, a city that changes rapidly. The director, the screenwriter is Yoshinobu Sena, who is the first feature-length theatrical animation work in this work. The film is produced by Digital Network Animation. Scroll down to know the release date, and the cast of the film. And, while you’re at it also watch the new trailer that previews the film’s theme song “Shunkan Dramatic”.
The anime movie “Kimi wa Kanata” will be released at TOHO Cinemas Ikebukuro and other theaters nationwide from Friday, November 27, 2020.
Watch the new official trailer of the movie as well as the official teaser here. The first one is the new official trailer, followed by the official teaser which was released in July 2020.
The storyline of Kimi wa Kanata
The adolescent fantasy film is set in Tokyo’s Ikebukuro district and centers on two childhood friends named Mio and Arata. Mio has feelings for Arata, and always thinks about him, but has never been able to tell him how she feels. One day, they get into an argument over something trivial, and some time afterward, Mio decides to make up with him. As she heads to Arata while being drenched by the rain, she gets into a traffic accident. When Mio regains consciousness, she finds herself in a new and unfamiliar world.
Cast of Kimi wa Kanata
Honoka Matsumoto, a talented actress who fascinates with a wide range of faces from simple roles to comical roles, played the main character, Mio. Along with Toshiki Seto who plays the role of Arata Kishimo. Saori Hayami plays Kiku-chan, a mysterious girl who helps out Mio after she awakens in an unknown world. Yui Ogura plays Madoka, Mio’s friend. Kōichi Yamadera and Ikue_Ōtani are voicing a single character named Gimon, who guides the main lead Mio through a mysterious new world.
The new cast members also include Mari Natsuki as Mori Obaa-chan, a sweets vendor who supports Mio. Naoto Takenaka as Mogari, a guardian of the boundary between worlds. Anna Tsuchiya as Orika, a mysterious fortune-teller. Nobuko Sendō as Sachi Miyamasu, Mio’s mother. And, Takehiro Kimoto as the lost and found officer.