To Takehara, the sanctuary of “Tamayura”! Johnny’s one anime fan Toshiya Miyata’s “Sacred Land Trip” program broadcasts “Tamayura Anime Holy Land Trip” where Kis-My-Ft2 Toshiya Miyata travels to Takehara City, Hiroshima Prefecture, which is the sacred place of the anime “Tamayura.” The stage of ~” has been decided to be broadcast. After being broadcast on January 29, 2022, for general TV and the Chugoku region, it will also be distributed on “NHK Plus” until February 12.
“Tamayura” is a heartwarming anime that depicts the daily lives of Kaede Sawatari, a high school girl who loves photography, and the people around her, set in Takehara City, Hiroshima Prefecture. After being broadcast on TV as “Tamayura-hit those-” in 2011, the second period will be broadcast as “Tamayura-Moguretsubu-” in 2013. Since 2015, the final version of the four-part work “Tamayura-Graduation Photograph-” has also been released.
“Anime Sanctuary Trip Takehara-To the Stage of Hiroshima” Tamayura “-” is a program that travels to Takehara City, Hiroshima Prefecture, as a sacred place for anime Toshiya Miyata of Kis-My-Ft2 has long aspired to. Takehara has been selected as the stage for “Tamayura” for the fourth consecutive year from 2018 to 2021 as the “Japanese Anime Sanctuary I Want to Visit” decided by voting from anime fans worldwide.
The anime “Tamayura” is said to be a work that Miyata healed when Kis-My-Ft2 made its debut. Miyata explores the town on the stage while shooting with the camera used by the characters in the anime. In addition to rediscovering the charm while touching the relieved townscape and the feelings of the people who live there, he also said that he had a unique encounter with Takehara under the guidance of director Junichi Sato, who worked on “Tamayura.” It’s going to be a journey with humanity and history.
“Anime Sanctuary Trip Takehara-To the Stage of Hiroshima” Tamayura “-” will be broadcast on January 29 at 22:40 for general TV and the Chugoku region.
Takehara is a charming cityscape. I watched every scenery in anime, so it’s irresistible for fans.
Perhaps even those who haven’t watched anime will feel like they have slipped back in time.
There are many things that I feel nostalgic about, and I have good encounters, so I’m sure it’s a fun town no matter who comes. I felt that it was a town that would accept anyone.