Kodoani.com – The official Twitter account for the anime adaptation of the Afro manga is Yurucamp (Yurukyan △, Laid-Back Camp Δ) announced on Thursday that the upcoming Eiga Yurukyan △ (Laid-Back Camp Movie) will open on July 1 in Japan. The anime also revealed a fifth “real image” of the film. The image shows Ena Saitō and her pet dog Chikuwa sitting on a bench that appears to be in a train station:
The film’s staff posted a series of “realistic visuals” of the characters in their everyday lives before the movie hit theaters. The first image shows Nadeshiko Kagamihara hanging a sleeping bag and blanket to dry on the porch, and the second shows Rin Shima strolling through skyscrapers at night, her warm breath visible in the air. chilly air. The third image shows Chiaki Ōgaki drinking by the roadside, while the real-life Taihaku Cherry Blossom Festival flags beckon. The fourth image features Aoi Inuyama.
The five main cast members of the television anime will reprise their roles, and returning staff from the television anime include:
Directed by: Yoshiaki Kyougoku
Kịch bản: Jin Tanaka, Mutsumi Ito
Character Designer: Mutsumi Sasaki
Production: DeNA Content Planning Department
Animation Production: C-Station
Afro said that the staff checked back with the manga author at nearly every step of the production process from the earliest draft of the script and design. The author notes that the characters are a bit larger as well as personal expectations when it comes to seeing what even Afro hasn’t seen. Director Yoshiaki Kyougoku thanked fans for the support that made this film a success, and joked about once again scouting locations and eating delicious camp food while making the anime.
Shochiku is distributing the film.
Anime adaptation of Afro’s “slow outdoor manga” about two girls. Rin likes to go camping alone along the lakes that have a beautiful view of Mount Fuji. Nadeshiko likes to ride his bike to places where Mount Fuji can be seen. After they met, Rin and Nadeshiko went camping, ate ramen together, and enjoyed the scenery.
The first anime premiered in January 2018. The ROOM CAMP (Heya Camp) short side story premiered in January 2020. The second anime season premiered in January and ended in April. The cast and staff announced the film during an event in October 2018.
Afro launched the manga in Houbunsha’s Manga Time Kirara Forward magazine in 2015. Yen Press began publishing the manga in English in March 2018.