Baby of Kamiari Month Anime Movie Debuts on Netflix on February 8
Netflix introduced on Friday that it’ll add cretica common‘s Baby of Kamiari Month (Kamiari no Kodomo) anime movie undertaking on February 8. Netflix is streaming an English-subtitled trailer for the movie.
The movie opened in Japan on October 8. The Anime Expo Lite occasion screened a primary have a look at the movie in July earlier this yr.
Aju Makita (live-action Shino-chan wa Jibun no Namae ga Ienai‘s Kayo) voiced the protagonist Kanna, who loses her love of working after her mom passes away. Maaya Sakamoto (Escaflowne‘s Hitomi, Destiny franchise‘s da Vinci and Jeanne) voiced Shiro, a one-winged rabbit messenger of the gods, whereas Miyu Irino (Spirited Away‘s Haku, Tsubasa: RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE‘s Syaoran) voiced Yato, an oni boy. Each seem earlier than Kanna and journey along with her to Izumo. Within the previous Japanese calendar, the month of October known as “Kannazuki” (“the month of no gods”). However in Izumo, it’s known as “Kamiarizuki” (“the month of gods”) resulting from a legend that the myriad gods of Japan collect at Izumo Shrine throughout October.
cretica common introduced the undertaking together with its first crowdfunding marketing campaign in March 2019. The marketing campaign marked the start of the undertaking’s “first commit” from March to Could 2019, with the second crowdfunding marketing campaign from July to August 2019 as its “second commit.” The third crowdfunding marketing campaign ran from April to June.
LIDEN FILMS consultant director Tetsuro Satomi was the undertaking’s animation producer. She and Her Cat -The whole lot Flows- director Kazuya Sakamoto was the “creation director.” Toshinari Shinohe was answerable for planning and credited for the unique work, whereas Takana Shirai was credited with the unique idea and as animation director. Michihiko Suwa (Detective Conan movies) and Teppei Mishima have been the planners and producers for the undertaking. Haruka Sagawa was the character designer. Tetsurō Takita and Ryūta Miyake penned the script. Singer-songwriter miwa carried out the movie’s theme tune “Kanna.”