The latest anime sequel premiered in Japan on August 4
Kodoani.com – Official Twitter account of “Tokubetsuhen Hibike! Euphonium: Ensemble Contest” is Kyoto Animation’s latest anime series in the series “Sound! Euphonium” shared the good news with fans. This film has earned 420 million yen (about 2.9 million US dollars) to date, setting a record for box office revenue in series.
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After four years of waiting, the sequel to the “Hibike! Euphonium” series was officially released in Japan on August 4 in 74 theaters. Created by Ayano Takeda, the author of the original light novel, this anime series has continued to conquer the hearts of audiences.
The anime begins with Tatsuya Ishihara returning as director at Kyoto Animation, giving fans a wonderful time. In addition, the project also has the participation of excellent staff such as Taichi Ogawa (assistant director), Jukki Hanada (script writer), Shoko Ikeda (character designer), Kazumi Ikeda (animation director). picture), and Akito Matsuda (music composition), along with the main song “Ensemble” performed by TRUE.
The sequel’s content revolves around the band and their mission to win the gold medal at Nationals. Kumiko, the new band president, and the other members will face many new challenges, from new first-year students to idols with special skills.
According to: Kodoani.com