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A bad princess will be reborn in Tearmoon Teikoku Monogatari anime

The editorial TO Books reported that the light novels written by Nozomu Mochitsuki and illustrated by Gilse, Tearmoon Teikoku Monogatari (Tearmoon Empire), will have an anime adaptation that will be released in 2023 in Japan. The press release also revealed to Sumire Uesaka as a member of the voice cast, as well as the project’s production team.

Nozomu Mochitsuki publication of the novels began on the independent service Shousetsuka ni Narou in August 2018, and the publisher TO Books published the first printed novel with illustrations by Gilse in June 2019.

voice cast

  • Sumire Uesaka as Mia Luna Tearmoon.

Production team

  • Yuushi Ibe (Enen no Shouboutai, Masamune-kun no Revenge, Tanaka-kun wa Itsumo Kedaruge) is in charge of directing the anime at the studios SILVER LINK.
  • Deko Akao (Noragami, Komi-san wa, Comyushou desu., Akagami no Shirayuki-hime) is in charge of writing and supervising the scripts.
  • Mai Ootsuka (Toradora!, Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann, Kaichou wa Maid-sama!) is in charge of character design and animation direction.
Tearmoon Teikoku Monogatari

Synopsis for Tearmoon Teikoku Monogatari

Surrounded by the hateful gazes of her people, the egotistical princess of the fallen Tearmoon Empire, Mia, takes one last look at the bleeding sun before the guillotine blade falls… Only to wake up as a twelve-year-old girl. With time rewinded and a second chance in her lap, she sets out to right the countless wrongs that plague the ailing Empire. A corrupt government? Yes. Border problems? Yes. Natural calamities and economic conflicts? Checked. It seems there is a lot of work.

Hard work and Mia don’t get along, so she seeks help from others, starting with her loyal maid, Anne, and the brilliant minister, Ludwig. Together, they strive day and night to restore the Empire. Little by little, his tireless efforts begin to change the course of history, pushing the entire continent into a new future. And why has the selfish princess changed her mind, you ask? Simple: she didn’t. She’s just terrified of the guillotine. They hurt a lot, and Mia hates the pain more than the job.

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