“Kamiari no Kodomo” (Child of Kamiari Month) will be premiere in Japanese theaters in 2021.

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Kobe-based executives organization cretica widespread reported today on May 5 that its new anime highlight film Kamiarizuki no Kodomo/Child of Kamiari Month is set to be discharged in 2021, just as its three principle voice cast individuals.

Kamiarizuki (the month when there are divine beings) is another name for October in the lunar schedule in the Izumo area (Shimane Prefecture), enlivened by a folklore that divine beings from all over Japan assemble at the Izumo Taisha Shrine that month. In different territories in Japan, it is called Kannazuki (the month when there are no divine beings).

The film’s story centers around Kanna, a young lady who can no longer face her darling “running” after her mom’s passing. At some point, a hare named Shiro, who is a shinshi (an errand person of divine beings), and a kid named Yasha, an oni (monster) kid, show up at her. Kanna crosses the limit among individuals and divine beings and is welcomed into Izumo. Aju Makita (Shino-chan wa Jibun no Namae ga Ienai live-activity film) is given a role as the hero Kanna, close by Maaya Sakamoto as Shiro and Miyu Irino as Yasha.

Takana Shirai (right hand for the movement chief of Children of the Sea), who has a grandma conceived in Shimane, fills in as executive, alongside activity maker Tetsuro Satomi (Ninja Batman), storyboard essayist Tomomi Mochizuki (Ocean Waves), and anime character creator Haruka Sagawa (Mon-Soni!: Senritsu no Lucifer, Tada Hitotsu no Hajimari no Uta).

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