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Official logo for the anime adaptation.

The ongoing anime adaption based on the visual novel of the same name was produced by feel..

Synopsis Edit

Urashima, an island far from the mainland. The people who live there lead carefree lives. But five years ago, the island's three great families suffered a series of misfortunes and succumbed to suspicion. The people of the island cut off all contact with the mainland and began a slow decline. The key to saving the island lies in three girls who belong to the three families. But they are bound by old traditions, and are conflicted. On that island, a lone man washes ashore. The man claims to be from the future, and he begins a solitary struggle to change the island's fate.[1]

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Productions Edit

Anime Announcement on Front Wing Website

Anime announcement on Front Wing website.

In March 2016, Front Wing announced that the game would be adapted into an anime television series.[3] Front Wing confirmed during their Anime Expo panel that the anime will premiere in 2018 to coincide with the English release of the visual novel.[4] The anime will be directed by Keiichiro Kawaguchi at feel. with the return of cast from the game.[5] Rie Murakawa, the voice actress of Sora Garandō in the game, however, who had originally been announced to return to her role as Sara from the game, was repleaced by Hibiku Yamamura due to disputes over the script between Murakawa's agency Haikyo and the production committee and staff.[2] On March 5, it's releaved on the official anime website that series composition will be handled by Naruhisa Arakawa, music will be handled by Akiyuki Tateyama, and characters will be designed by Kousuke Kawamura. The opening theme song will be performed by Yukari Tamura, and the ending theme song will be performed by Asaka.[6] At Anime Japan 2018, the series bilibili booth was displaying a poster that announces that the anime will premiere this summer,[7] and Tatsuhisa Suzuki voices the male protagonist Setsuna Sanzenkai[8]

List of Episodes Edit

Episode # Episode Title Release Date
1 "We Meet Again" (またあえたねあなたと, Mata Aeta ne Anata to) July 1, 2018
2 "I Don't Want You to Feel Bad" (くやまないでほしいから, Kuyamanaide Hoshii Kara) July 8, 2018
3 "The Right Way to Spin Dreams" (ただしいゆめのつむぎかた, Tadashii Yume no Tsumugikata) July 15, 2018
4 "This World is Full of Secrets" (このせかいはひみつだらけ, Kono Sekai wa Himitsu ga Aru) July 22, 2018
5 "That's Why I Trust You" (だからあなたをしんじてる, Dakara Anata wo Shinjiteru) July 29, 2018
6 "As Long as You Are There" (そこにあなたがいればいい, Soko ni Anata ga Ireba ī) August 5, 2018
7 "I Want to Keep Liking You" (ずっとすきでいたいのに, Zutto Suki de Itai no ni) August 12, 2018
8 "Love Me When We Meet Again" (またあえたらあいしてね, Mata Aetara Aishite ne) August 19, 2018

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References Edit

  1. ISLAND (TV) - Anime News Network
  2. 2.0 2.1 ISLAND TV Anime Recasts Sara After Script Changes Dispute
  3. ISLAND Visual Novel by Grisaia's Frontwing Gets TV Anime
  4. ISLAND Visual Novel's TV Anime, English Release Revealed for 2018
  5. ISLAND Visual Novel's TV Anime Confirms Returning Cast
  6. ISLAND Anime Reveals Main Staff
  7. ISLAND Anime Reveals Summer Premiere
  8. ISLAND Anime's Video Reveals Tatsuhisa Suzuki as Protagonist

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