New Trailer For Anime Film Adaptation Sound! Euphonium the Movie: Oath’s Finale

03.June.2019 | ANIME&GAME

Sound! Euphonium the Movie: Oath’s Finale is an anime film adaptation of the manga series Sound! Euphonium. The film was released in cinemas all over the country and became incredibly popular.

 

The story is set in Uji city, Kyoto at the time of a yearly local festival. A special film trailer that was recently released reveals yet more of the film’s contents. The trailer follows the story of the young girl Kumiko Oumae, who is about to enter her third and final year of high school. As a devoted member of the school band’s wind section, she has a dream to win the national finals. Please check out the official trailer:

 

Sound! Euphonium the Movie: Oath’s Finale special trailer: Kumiko

The Sound! Euphonium series has been ongoing since 2015. Finally, you can follow the main character Kumiko Oumae on her desperate journey as she reaches her third and final year of high school. Holding onto her dream of winning first place in the national finals, she practises endlessly. Will she be able to achieve her final dream?

 

©Ayano Takeda・Takarajimasha / “Hibike!” Production Committee

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    Keihan Holdings and Keihan Railway have announced a collaboration with anime Hibike! Euphonium, titled Keihan x Sound! Euphonium 2021. The collaboration will start on September 1, 2021.

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    A: September 1 ~ September 30, 2021
    B: October 1 ~ October 31, 2021
    C: November 1 ~ November 30, 2021

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    Sound!! Euphonium tells the story of the brass band members of a fictitious school in Uji City. Many real-life sights and events from the city are featured in the series, including some of the stations on the Keihan Uji line. The series, which has released a total of six works including a TV anime and movie, celebrated its fifth anniversary in 2020 and announced that a sequel was in production. This exciting collaboration will add to the excitement for the new series while boasting the charms of the Uji area!

    A STAGE TOUR MAP listing the spots visited in the anime will be distributed, featuring a selection of major Keihan Railway stations and other locations throughout the city. The new STAGE TOUR app will allow you to take photos with your favorite characters using AR technology. A digital stamp rally will be held throughout the locations.
    There are plenty more exciting projects too, including life-sized character panels and name plates throughout the railway stations. In addition, three commemorative name plate designs will be installed throughout the Keihan Line vehicles along with the release of special commemorative tickets.

    Enjoy a scenic trip around Kyoto on the Keihan Line with Sound!! Euphonium!

  • Kyoto Tower Announces New Collaboration Event with Anime Series Sound! Euphonium

    30.August.2021 | ANIME&GAME / SPOT

    A special Sound! Euphonium collaboration event is coming to the Kyoto Tower observation deck from September 1 until November 30, 2021!

     

     

    Tickets

     

    Rubber Coaster (5 varieties): ¥990 each (Tax Included) / Mini Framed Magnet (5 varieties): ¥660 each (Tax Included) / Commemorative Medals (5 varieties): ¥700 each (Tax Included) / B2-size Paper Poster: ¥770 (Tax Included) / Mouse Pad: ¥550 (Tax Included)
    *Merchandise to be released in mid-September

     

    Mini Name Plate (10 varieties): ¥2,000 each (Tax Included) Releasing September 1

    Special Purchase Gifts (5 varieties)

    Train Accessories

    Life-sized Panels

     

     

    The designs used for this collaboration will also make an appearance in a special Sound! Euphonium hotel room at the Kyoto Tower Hotel. The room will have scenes from the anime series on display, life-sized portraits of the characters, and handwritten messages from the band members on the wall. 

     

    The Kyoto Tower event takes place in conjunction with a Sound! Euphonium x Keihan Electric Railway collaboration, in which travelers can use a special map to visit the locations of scenes from the Sound! Euphonium series. Life-sized panels, commemorative train tickets, and model trains will also be on display! Guests can also see the trophy and award certificate given to the Kitauji Brass Band.

     

    Those purchasing over ¥2,000 yen (including tax) on merchandise will receive one of five original posters. 

  • New Visual Teased & Cast Announced for Sound! Euphonium the Movie: Oath’s Finale

    15.December.2018 | ANIME&GAME

    The official website for the upcoming anime film Sound! Euphonium the Movie: Oath’s Finale released a new visual along with information on new cast.

    The visual centres on Kumiko Oumae (voiced by Tomoyo Kurosawa) who is now a second-year high school student. She is surrounded by the other supporting characters each playing their instruments with intent looks on their faces.

     

    The newly-announced cast features a line-up of four new first-years:

    Sora Amamiya as Kanade Hisaishi

    Ayaka Nanase as Mirei Suzuki

    Misaki Kuno as Satsuki Suzumi

    Shimba Tsuchiya as Motomu Tsukinaga

     

    Sound! Euphonium the Movie: Oath’s Finale will hit Japanese theatres on April 19, 2019.

  • Sound! Euphonium the Movie: Oath’s Finale―Receive Bonus Gift by Purchasing Advance Cinema Ticket

    11.December.2018 | ANIME&GAME

    Advance tickets coupled with bonus merchandise have been announced for the anime movie Sound! Euphonium the Movie: Oath’s Finale which is set to hit Japanese theatres on April 19, 2019.

    The items in questions are four different posters illustrated by Kyoto Animation character designer and animator Shouko Ikeda.

    These posters will also be available to buy as a set at Comiket 95 at the KyoAni & Do Shop! booth, Pony Canyon booth and Shochiku booth.

    The advanced tickets will be available at Japanese theatres from December 21.

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