The sequel story that the director of Anus Hello Mita Hana no Namae wo Bokutachi wa Mada Shiranai (AnoHana: The flower we saw that day), Tatsuyuki nagai, announced in July, could become a reality, if not as some thought. A new press release reported that a new story from the original screenwriter will be read during the franchise’s 10th anniversary celebrations. Mari okadawho, ten years after the original events, will present the group of “Super Peace Busters”, the protagonists.


The official Twitter account also revealed the cover of the picture book.Anus Hello Mita Hana no Namae wo Bokutachi wa Mada Shiranai. Illustration book for the 10th anniversary“, which will be released by the publisher in Japan on September 18 Ichijinsha.


The reading will be part of the event “ANOHANA 10 YEARS AFTER FezOn the stage of the story, Chichibu, and is played by the series’ original voice actors. The event takes place on August 28th, exactly a decade after the events described in the series. The event will also be broadcast live via Stage audience and tickets are now available for live broadcast in Japan through the event’s official website.

Summary of Ano Hi Mita Hana no Namae wo Bokutachi wa Mada Shiranai (AnoHana)

Jinta Yadomi lives peacefully as a hermit, spending his days outside of school and playing video games at home. On a hot summer day, his childhood friend Meiko “Menma” Honma appears and makes him grant her a forgotten wish. He doesn’t pay any attention to what annoys them, but he doesn’t really care. After all, Menma died years ago.

At first, Jinta thinks she’s just hallucinating because of the summer heat, but later she becomes convinced that what she is actually seeing is Menma’s ghost. Jinta and her childhood friends were separated after her untimely death, but they reconnect while trying to rest Menma’s mind in peace. By reliving their pain and guilt, will they be able to find the strength to not only help Menma but also themselves?

Source: Comic Natalie


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