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The mysterious anime Tengoku Daimakyou dates its premiere with new visuals

On the official site for the anime adaptation of the manga written and illustrated by Masakazu Ishiguro, Tengoku Daimakyou (Heavenly Delusion), two new promotional images for the project were revealed. The press release confirmed that the premiere is scheduled for next April in Japanwhile the platform disneyplus will be in charge of its global distribution.

Tengoku Daimakyou
Tengoku Daimakyou

More members of the voice cast were also revealed, including:

  • Sayaka Senbongi like Kiruko.
Tengoku Daimakyou
  • hibiku yamamura like Tokyo.
  • Toshiyuki Toyonaga like Kona.
  • Fukuen Misato like Mimihime.
  • Shunsuke Takeuchi like Shiro.
  • Tomoyo Kurosawa like Kuku.
  • Misato Matsuoka like Anzu.

Ishiguro began publishing the manga through the magazine Monthly Afternoons from the publisher kodansha in January 2018. Additionally, Ishiguro is also the author of Soredemo Machi wa Mawatteiru (And Yet the Town Moves), which already had an anime adaptation.

Production team

  • Daiki Mori (Joker Game, Psycho Pass) is in charge of directing the anime at the studios Production I.G..
  • Makoto Fukami (Psycho Pass, School-Live!) is in charge of writing and supervising the scripts.
  • utsushita (founder and member of the animation studio Minakata Laboratory) is in charge of character design and animation direction.
  • kensuke ushio (Space Dandy, A Silent Voice, Chainsaw Man) is in charge of composing the soundtrack.

Synopsis of Tengoku Daimakyou

Within the safety of the walls, the young are raised in a nursery environment by robots. Although life there may seem stale on the surface, the children are full of potential and curiosity. In many ways, it’s like a slice of heaven. The outside world is hell. There is almost nothing mechanical and it is inhabited by strange and powerful supernatural beings. Maru, with the help of Kiruko, is out there traversing what was once Tokyo through the sky. But after searching for so long, perhaps heaven is more of an untenable dream than a potential reality.

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