FLOW’s New Song ‘Break it down’ to Feature as Theme Song for New Naruto Game
FLOW will release their new double A-side single Neiro / Break it down on August 29. It has been announced that Break it down will be used as the theme song for the PC browser game Naruto x Boruto Borutical Generations.
The song is described as the biggest hard rock song the band has produced to date. It marks the seventh track they have provided for the Naruto franchise, the previous of which have been cemented as classic in the minds of anime fans and are known for their music quality.
Full details regarding the game have yet to be announced, but it is described as a large-scale shinobi battle RPG. It will be free to play and accessible through Yahoo! Game.
Additionally, the other song on the single Neiro is being used as the main theme song for the ongoing Japanese drama series Sachiiro no One Room which began airing in July.
FLOW will hold a mini live show on the Laqua Garden Stage at Tokyo Dome City on September 1 to promote the new single. Those who purchase the CD will get to high-five the band and they will receive a signed sticker.
Awaji Island’s Anime Theme Park Nijigen no Mori Announces NARUTO & BORUTO SHINOBIZATO Summer Events
NARUTO & BORUTO SHINOBIZATO is an area of Nijigen no Mori—an anime theme park located on Awaji Island in Hyogo Prefecture—with attractions and more based on Naruto and his son Boruto. The park’s website has posted information about the ninja themed arena’s summer events.
Naruto Shippuden Puzzle Solving Game
To celebrate the birthdays of Sasuke Uchiha and Itachi Uchiha, which fall on July 23 and June 9 respectively, a Sasuke and Itachi themed puzzle solving game will be held at NARUTO & BORUTO SHINOBIZATO.
The 30-minute game has guests running around the area to find hints written on panels. There are lots of words and illustrations related to Sasuke and Itachi for the game, so it’s a must-experience for fans. Additionally, fans who purchase a ticket will receive one of four possible mini acrylic stands. These are available while supplies last.
Running: July 4, 2020 – August 31, 2020
Opening Hours: 10:00-22:00 (Reception closes 20:00)
Price: ¥1,500 (Tax Included)
*Separate ticket to enter the park required
An Ennichi festival will be held themed on Boruto: Naruto Next Generations. There will be six Japanese festival-style yatai carts, traditional Japanese festival games like hitting the target and fishing for water balloons, a workshop to make your own Boruto uchiwa fan, lots of booths for friends and families to have fun, and more. Each booth also is giving out its own unique character stick to visitors. Those who buy a ticket to the event will also receive a Boruto sun visor.
Running: July 23, 2020 – September 30, 2020
Business Hours: 10:00-20:00 (Reception closes 20:00)
Price: ¥500 for 1 turn / ¥1,200 for 3 turns / ¥1,800 for 6 turns (Tax Included)
*Separate ticket to enter the park required
If you’re in Japan this summer, why not spend your time together with the characters from Naruto and Boruto at Nijigen no Mori?
©Masashi Kishimoto Scott / Shueisha・TV Tokyo・Pierrot
Nijigen no Mori
Address: 2425-2 Kusumoto, Awaji, Hyogo
Official Website: https://nijigennomori.com/
Jump Force Deluxe Edition Arrives On Nintendo Switch This August
20.June.2020 | ANIME&GAME
The Deluxe Edition of Spike Chunsoft’s fighting game Jump Force published by Bandai Namco Entertainment is set to hit Nintendo Switch on August 27, 2020.
Jump Force is a fighting game that brings together a roster of over 50 characters from popular series the manga magazine Weekly Shonen Jump such as One Piece, Naruto, Dragon Ball, and many more. The game pits the characters in real world locations like New York and Matterhorn and has players battle it out.
The new trailer showcases some of the unique gameplay features which Nintendo Switch players will be able to enjoy, such as being able to play six-player local multiplayer games. The Nintendo Switch edition is packaged with the full game plus Character Pass 1 which introduces nine new characters into the long roster.
Those who pre-order the physical edition of the game will receive three One Piece, Dragon Ball, and Naruto avatar costumes and Frieza’s pod as pictured below.
©JUMP 50th Anniversary
©BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc. ©2017 Nintendo
JUMP FORCE DELUXE EDITION Nintendo Switch™
Release Date: August 27, 2020
Platform: Nintendo Switch™
Official Website: https://www.bandainamcoent.com/games/jump-force
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*YouTube is a trademark Google LLC.
Japan’s Anime Theme Park Nijigen no Mori Has Naruto, Boruto & Other Exciting Events This June
Nijigen no Mori is an anime theme park located on Awaji Island in Hyogo Prefecture. Here’s a list of the latest events running at the park in June.
NARUTO & BORUTO SHINOBIZATO
NARUTO & BORUTO SHINOBIZATO is an area of Nijigen no Mori with attractions and more based on Naruto and his son Boruto. The area celebrated its 1st anniversary on April 20, 2020. The park is currently selling anniversary merchandise as well as other exclusive items. Guests who buy a ticket to the park online will receive a free 1st anniversary postcard.
Opening Hours: 10:00-22:00 (Reception Closes 20:00)
Price: Adults ¥1,800 / High & Junior High School Students ¥1,800 / Children (Elementary School Students & Younger) ¥500
*Free entry for those aged 3 and below
Price: ¥1,280 Each (Before Tax) *6 flavours
There are also beverages inspired by characters from the series.
Price: ¥1,050 (Before Tax)
There is also a special ramen dish you can order inspired by the Akatsuki, the biggest threat to the Hidden Leaf Village.
GRAND CHARIOT Hokutoshichisei 135°, a hotel and glamping facility located in the area, also opened its new Naruto-themed room on June 1, 2020.
The room, called “Hokage no Bessou” (Hokage’s Villa), is renovated from one of the resort’s buildings, and aims to plunge guests into the world of ninjas. The room takes inspiration from the Hidden Leaf Village and its characters, with references to the series and recreated scenes littered throughout. It also offers exclusive amenities for guests to enjoy.
Guests who stay in the Naruto room receive a free ticket to NARUTO & BORUTO SHINOBIZATO at Nijigen no Mori.
ⒸMasashi Kishimoto Scott / Shuiehsa・TV Tokyo・Pierrot
Crayon Shin-chan Adventure Park
Over at the Crayon Shin-chan shop in Nijigen no Mori, they’re selling limited quantities of a “Happy Bag” full of Shin-chan merchandise, from picnic cushions to towels and more for a total of six items.
And for the summer season, the last entries to all attractions at Crayon Shin-chan Adventure Park have been extended. It’s a chance to work your body while enjoying the green outdoors.
Opening Hours: 10:00-20:00 (Last Entries 19:30)
Price: Adults ¥4,480 / High & Junior High School Students ¥2,880 / Children (Elementary School Students & Younger) ¥1,180 / Seniors ¥1,440
*Free entry for those aged 4 and below. Please check the official website for weekend and national holiday prices.
Phoenix Night Walk
June 21 is Father’s Day, and to celebrate Nijigen no Mori is holding an event on the day based on Osamu Tezuka’s manga Phoenix. Dads can attend the event for free. The park is holding a birthday campaign for June for those whose birthdays were in March, April, and May since they were unable to go out due to isolation, as well as for those whose birthdays are in June.
Date: June 21, 2020
Price: General ¥3,300 (Junior High School Students & Older) / Children ¥1,200 (Aged 5-12)2020年6月21日（日）
*Free entry for those aged 3 and below.
Nijigen no Mori
Official Website: https://nijigennomori.com/
TOKYO MYSTERY CIRCUS Releases More Snoopy Merchandise as Part of SCRAP x SNOOPY Puzzle Game Project
11.June.2020 | ANIME&GAME
As part of the second SCRAP x SNOOPY Puzzle Game Project taking place at TOKYO MYSTERY CIRCUSーthe world’s first puzzle-themed theme parkーthe Shinjuku-based theme indoor theme park has its third batch of original and exclusive merchandise which is comprised of 8 new pieces.
This will be the final batch of merchandise made for the project, featuring illustrations of Snoopy, Charlie Brown, and other characters from Peanuts and themed around the puzzle game.
Puzzle Origami: ¥1,000
7 of the 8 origami designs come with their own puzzle. When you make your own Snoopy and Charlie Brown, the puzzle is completed too.
Puzzle Mirror: ¥1,000
Puzzle Folders: ¥900 Each
Puzzle Handkerchief: ¥1,200
The merchandise line-up sold at TOKYO MYSTERY CIRCUS is available to people not participating in the event too. The first two batches of merchandise are also available via the online SCRAP GOODS SHOP.
An English version of the second puzzle game, officially titled “Snoopy and the Secret Recipe,” was released at TOKYO MYSTERY CIRCUS on June 11 so that English speakers can enjoy the event too.
© 2020 Peanuts Worldwide LLC
SCRAP x SNOOPY Puzzle Game Project
Event Page: https://mysterycircus.jp/snoopy/en/
TOKYO MYSTERY CIRCUS
Address: APM Bldg., 1-27-5 Kabukicho, Shinjuku, Tokyo, 160-0021
Opening Hours: Weekdays 11:30-23:00 / Weekends & Holidays 09:30-23:00
No Fixed Holidays.
Price: Free Entry (*Separate tickets required for games)
TOKYO MYSTERY CIRCUS x Snoopy Official Website: https://mysterycircus.jp/snoopy/en/
Naruto Themed Hotel Room Opens at GRAND CHARIOT Hokutoshichisei 135° in Japan
GRAND CHARIOT Hokutoshichisei 135°, a hotel and glamping facility located in Awaji, Hyogo, opened its new Naruto-themed room on June 1, 2020.
The room, called “Hokage no Bessou” (Hokage’s Villa), is renovated from one of the resort’s buildings, and aims to plunge guests into the world of ninjas.
The room takes inspiration from the Hidden Leaf Village and its characters, with references to the series and recreated scenes littered throughout. It also offers exclusive amenities for guests to enjoy.
Guests who stay in the Naruto room will receive a free ticket to the popular “Naruto & Boruto Shinobi Zato” attraction at the anime theme park Nijigen no Mori on Awaji Island where the hotel is located.
ⒸMasashi Kishimoto Scott / Shuiehsa・TV Tokyo・Pierrot
Naruto Collaboration Room “Hokage no Bessou”
Grand Opening: June 1, 2020
Time: Check In 15:00-18:30 / Check Out 11:00
Capacity: 5 people
Price: From ¥93,000 (Before Tax/Service Charge Charged Separately)
Official Website: https://awaji-grandchariot.com/
FLOW Unveils ‘Sign’ 2020 World Version of Music Video Which Features Fans All Around The World
14.January.2020 | MUSIC
FLOW’s song Sign has been played over 20 million times across the world on the digital music service Spotify alone. January 13 marks 10 years since the single’s release and to commemorate, the band has just dropped a special music video.
FLOW ‘Sign’ 2020 World ver.
Last year, FLOW launched a worldwide project with the chance for FLOW fans around the world to feature in a FLOW music video. FLOW accepted videos of fans singing and dancing to their song Sign, carefully selecting and editing the videos with scenes from the official music video. The 2020 World Version of Sign also includes the lyrics to the song in English, Spanish, Chinese and Japanese. This is proof of FLOW’s efforts to connect to people all over the world through their music – make sure to check it out.
FLOW is also set for their solo performance FLOW Chou Kaigi 2020 ~Anime Shibari Returns on February 24, 2020, which will be held at Makuhari Messe Event Hall. At this performance, the band will fill the entire evening with anime songs that their fans know and love. General tickets will be available to purchase from a number of ticket services including Lawson Ticket from 10:00 am on January 18, 2020.
Listen to ‘Sign’ on a number of digital music services: https://kmu.lnk.to/b5nha
- FLOW Chou Kaigi 2020 ~Anime Shibari Returns
Date: February 24, 2020
Venue: Makuhari Messe Event Hall
Times: Doors Open: 15:30/ Start: 16:30
Tickets: (Designated Seating Only)
General Ticket: ¥7,600 (After Tax)/ Under 20 Ticket: ¥6,600 (After Tax)
General Tickets Release: From 10:00 am, January 18, 2020 (Available on a number of playguides)
▶︎ Special Edition Website: http://www.flow-official.jp/cam/chokaigi2020/
- FLOW LIVE TOUR 2020 ‘Sign’ in Shanghai
Date: March 13, 2020
Venue: BANDAI NAMCO, Shanghai Base, Shanghai, China
- FLOW LIVE TOUR 2020 ‘Sign’ in Guangzhou
Date: March 14, 2020
Venue: SDLivehouse, Guangzhou, China
- FLOW LIVE TOUR 2020 ‘Sign’ in Taipei
Date: March 21, 2020
Venue: THE WALL, Taipei, Taiwan
- FLOW WORLD TOUR 2020 ‘Sign’
May 25: Atlanta, GA at Center Stage
May 26: Dallas, TX at Canton Hall
May 28: San Jose, CA at San Jose Civic
May 29: Anaheim, CA at the City National Grove of Anaheim
May 31: Vancouver, BC at the Vogue Theater
June 3: Toronto, ON at the Phoenix Concert Theater
June 5: New York City, NY at Sony Hall
June 7: Monterrey, MX at Foro Didi
June 9: Mexico City, MX at Sala Puebla
FLOW Official Website: http://www.flow-official.jp/
miwa’s Boruto Anime Opening Theme ‘Teenage Dream’ Music Video Released
The short version of miwa’s music video for her new song has been released. Entitled Teenage Dream, the song serves as the new opening theme for the ongoing TV anime series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations.
As the song title suggests, Teenage Dream touches on teenage-hood with its positive forward-facing outlook. Written specifically for Boruto, the melodic rock track features lead guitar from former Megadeth guitarist Marty Friedman.
miwa – “Teenage Dream” Music Video (Short Ver.)
The video was directed by Matajiro Kazeno who also worked on the music video for miwa’s song about a broken heart Yozora feat. hazzie. It stars 16-year-old up-and-coming actress Nanoka Hara and was shot in Fukushi, which looks out onto the Seto Inland Sea, and Takehara, two cities in in Hiroshima Prefecture.
The staff acquired cooperation from the locals to shoot in the beautiful location. The video’s theme touches on the bittersweet-ness of youth and dreams. At the video’s climax, we see a live scene shot at Mirokunosato, a theme park in the foothills of Fujiecho. The winter illuminations of the park are an annual celebration, and were set up for the shooting of the video. Nanoka Hara plays the part of miwa and captures the time when miwa had her long hair when she debuted. miwa herself doesn’t actually appear in the video.
Teenage Dream is part of the upcoming double A-side single Storyteller/Teenage Dream which is set to hit shelves on December 25, 2019. First press copies are coupled with a DVD featuring the music video, as well as a bonus live track. The single is now available on major music download and streaming services ahead of the physical CD’s release.
Speaking about the music video, director Matajiro Kazeno commented: “The dreams and straight-forward emotions of your teens are about moving forward while wrapped in friendships and love and experiencing both happy and sad things. That’s the kind of music video we made, which was shot at Mirokunosato in Tadanoumicho at the Seto Inland Sea of Hiroshima Prefecture. Please enjoy Nanoka Hara’s refreshing and lively acting, which is like the rolling winds, together with miwa’s singing.”
miwa – New Single “Storyteller/Teenage Dream”
Release Date: December 25, 2019
First Press Limited Edition (CD+DVD): ¥1,800 (Before Tax) [SRCL-11383~4]
Regular Edition (CD-Only): ¥1,100 (Before Tax) [SRCL-11386]
Limited Pressing Edition (CD Only): ¥1,200 (Before Tax) [SRCL-11385] *Features Boruto CD cover
miwa – “Teenage Dream” Digital Download/Stream: https://miwa.lnk.to/7Lnxi
Purchase (Japan): https://www.sonymusicshop.jp/m/sear/searKbmjRenewal.php
miwa Official Website: http://www.miwa-web.com/
Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
Official Website: http://www.tv-tokyo.co.jp/anime/boruto/
FlowBack to Perform the Next Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Anime Ending Theme
It has been revealed that FlowBack has been put in charge of the ending theme song for the January season of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations.
So far Boruto’s themes songs have been created by artists such as Little Glee Monster and miwa. FlowBack’s new song has not been released yet; in fact, they’ve only just revealed the name of the song to be “Fireworks”. More information about the song will be released over time. The new season of BORUTO with Fireworks as its ending theme will be aired from January 12.
FlowBack will also release a mini concept album called “WINTER TRIP” on Christmas day this year and hold album release commemoration events all over Japan to celebrate. They will even hold a small live performance which is free to attend and a special meeting event.
A Statement by FlowBack:
We’ve been watching Naruto since we were children. Seeing Naruto never give up and hearing the anime’s theme songs written by other bands has been our source of strength to make this song. Even now as adults, seeing BORUTO never throw away his strong will is a constant reminder to us. Like Boruto, we at FlowBack promise ourselves to shape our own lives with our own hands. We want our song to also become one that stays with people forever, so we’re going to deliver it to the world with everything we’ve got.
Mini Concept Album: WINTER TRIP:
Release in Stores across Japan: December 25, 2019
■ First-Run Limited Edition Version A（CD＋PHOTO BOOK）
KSCL- 3230～3231 ￥3,273 ＋ Tax
■First-Run Limited Edition Version B（CD＋Blu-ray）
KSCL-3232～3233 ￥3,273 ＋ Tax
■ Regular Edition Version (CD Only)
KSCL-3234 ￥1,727 ＋ Tax
More information on WINTER TRIP album release commemoration events can be found on FlowBack’s Official Website: http://www.flowback05.com (Japanese Only)
Anime Crossover Mobile Game Dengeki Bunko: Crossing Void Releases Worldwide
06.November.2019 | ANIME&GAME
Dengeki Bunko: Crossing Void is a turn-based RPG developed in collaboration by 91Act and SEGA. On November 5, 2019, the game service was made available in 24 countries worldwide across Europe, America, India, Oceania, and elsewhere.
Dengeki Bunko: Crossing Void is based on the 2D fighting game Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax Ignition, which was released on PlayStation®4, PlayStation®3, and PlayStation®Vita in 2015. The game features a roster of characters from Dengeki Bunko’s multitude of light novel series.
The game was published in mainland China last August by Tencent and in Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macao last December by Net Publishing. It was also published in South Korea and 11 other southeast Asian countries by G-Mei, an umbrella company of 37Games, in April of this year. Together with the 24 new countries added on Tuesday, the game is now available in 40 countries and regions worldwide.
If you are a fan of titles such as Sword Art Online, A Certain Magical Index, and Shakugan no Shana, and have yet to experience the world of Dengeki Bunko: Crossing Void, you are in for an immersive treat.
©SEGA ©2017 KADOKAWA ASCII MEDIA WORKS ©91Act
Dengeki Bunko: Crossing Void
Genre: Turn-based RPG
Release Date: November 5, 2019
Price: Free (Additional items available for purchase)
Developed by: 91Act / SEGA
Available: North America, Canada, Brazil, Iceland, Ireland, UK, Italy, Austria, Holland, Switzerland, Sweden, Spain, Denmark, Germany, Finland, France, Portugal, Belgium, Russia, India, Australia, New Zealand, Turkey, South Africa
Official Website: https://crossingvoid.91act.com/
FLOW Fans of the World Send Your Videos To Be Included in FLOW’s Music Video
02.November.2019 | MUSIC
On music subscription services alone, FLOW’s tunes have been played more than 100 million times worldwide. Their hit song ‘Sign’ has been played over 20 million times itself. To celebrate their success, FLOW is launching a new global campaign which invites fans all over the world to be part of their music video for ‘Sign’.
Show after show, FLOW has celebrated an uncountable number of successful performances overseas. To show their gratitude to their fans at home as well as in foreign countries, the band are launching this music video project.
FLOW is accepting videos from all over the world of their fans dancing, singing or performing along to their song ‘Sign’. From solo videos of yourself and solo karaoke sessions to band performances, guitar, bass and drum solos, this is a chance for fans of the world to shine alongside their favourite Japanese band. Whether you send a video of just yourself, you and your friends or even a mass dance video, the choreography and performance style is up to the applicant.
Please refer to the links mentioned in the information section below to find out more about the application process.
If you’re a FLOW fan, you definitely cannot miss out!
‘Sign’ Music Video Project
How to Apply: Fill out an application form and send your video.
Application Period: October 31, 2019 (22:00) – November 30, 2019 (23:59) JST
*The style of your performance in your video is not important.
* It is possible to apply with a video of a performance containing just one chorus or just one hook of the song, however, scenes containing the full chorus are preferred.
* The Sign Music Video Project will be edited to contain video scenes of fans performing to the song with cuts of FLOW’s original performance. The original audio of FLOW will be used in the final version and it is unlikely that audio from applicants’ videos will be used in the final video.
* A series of applicant videos will be chosen, cut and put into a sequence to fit the flow of the video.
* Applicants will be mentioned in the closing credits with the name of their choosing if their video is used.
* Applicants must be aware that the completed music video will be posted on FLOW’s Official YouTube Channel and will be viewable all over the world.
*Due to copyright laws, applicants can share their own videos only on YouTube and Twitter between October 31, 2019 and March 31, 2020. However, there is a possibility that these videos will be removed after April 1, 2020.
FLOW Official Site：http://www.flow-official.jp/
Gamers! Rally Your Teammates For A New Quest: TOKYO GAME SHOW
The TOKYO GAME SHOW is in a league of its own. It is a mecca for gamers who cannot get enough of Japanese games and entertainment. This is where Japan’s major game publishers from all kinds of platforms unite to put on an enormous exhibition.
This includes the opportunity to explore games that are yet to be released as well as hear new announcements about the direction developers are steering the future of gaming. There’s no lagging behind. This is a major event for the gaming industry, raking in leagues of heroes every year.
On August 28, a total of 2,417 game booths were announced, which is the largest number the event has ever seen in its history. This event is home to games on a range of platforms including for console, smartphone and PC. The enormous variety of genres includes the most cutting-edge and latest trends including Esports, VR and much more.
For those of you who love cosplay, this event is your chance to finally meet your fantasy. The outside area of Hall 9 will have a Cosplaying Area Stage where two events will take place: a cosplay fashion show and a gathering.
On Saturday 14th, Hall 1 event stage will hold the Cosplay Collection Night@2019 event where participants and event staff will take over the stage in game character cosplay. Spectating is free, so feel free to watch as each cosplayer dominates the entire stage, showing off their excellent craftsmanship and skills as they walk the runway and strike a pose definitely worth saving in your highlights!
On Sunday 15th at 2:30 pm, cosplayers will take to the stage in units of two or more to put on a dance or combat show that you just cannot critically miss out on.
September 14 (Sat) From 12:00 ー Cosplay Runway From 15:30 ー Cosplay Runway
September 15 (Sun) From 13:30 ー Cosplay Runway From 14:30 ー Cosplay Dance and Combat Shows From 15:30 ー Cosplay Runway
The Gathering is where cosplayers can interact with one another and have photos taken ー the perfect opportunity to send those friend requests. On September 14, a gathering dedicated to the Final Fantasy Tales Series will take place on the Cosplay Area Stage. On September 15, there will be gatherings for the Dynasty Warriors and Samurai Warriors series.
September 14 13:00-13:30 Final Fantasy Series Gathering 14:00-15:00 Final Fantasy Tales Series Gathering
September 15 12:30-13:00 Dynasty Warriors and Samurai Warriors Series Gathering
More information on the exhibitions, booths and events will be announced on the morning of September 12 so please check it out.
There is no better way to multi kill your time than to spend the entire day at TOKYO GAME SHOW 2019 ー get your tickets and GLHF!
TOKYO GAME SHOW 2019
Business Days*: September 12 & 13, 2019 (10:00~17:00)
*Business Days are open to industry and press only.
Public Entry*: September 14 & 15, 2019 (10:00~17:00)
*Doors may open at 9:30 am according to conditions on the day.
Venue: Makuhari Messe (Mihama Ward, Chiba)
Exhibition Halls 1-11/ Event Hall/ International Conference Hall
Entry Fee: Advanced tickets: ￥1,500 (after tax)
On The Door: ￥2,000 (after tax)
Those under Elementary School age can enter for free (public entry days only)
Official Website: https://expo.nikkeibp.co.jp/tgs/2019/en/
New BORUTO Opening Theme Song By miwa Will Inspire Fans to Never Give Up
Singer-songwriter miwa was put in charge of the next opening theme song for popular TV Tokyo anime Boruto: Naruto Next Generations.
miwa made the following statement about her new song:
“This song depicts the attitude of a young, strong-willed and impulsive teenager who wants to live life in their own way and protect someone close to them. The song encourages bold and direct feelings. I hope that viewers who watch Boruto struggle on his journey to becoming a splendid ninja can relate to it in their own way by listening to my song.
The anime will be broadcast on TV Tokyo every Sunday at 5:30 pm starting from October 6. The new theme song written by miwa will be used for the episodes airing between October 2019 and March 2020.
We are still waiting on more information about the physical and digital release of miwa’s new song. This information could be released at any moment, but all we can do for now is wait in excitement for further announcements.
©️Masashi Kishimoto/Shueisha/ TV Tokyo/ Pierrot