On the official page for the studio's original anime Kleewerk, Tokyo 24-ku (Tokyo Twenty Fourth Ward) the second promotional video of the project was released. The video entertains the premiere planned for January 5, 2022 in Japan with a one-hour special (the time is the television block, which also contains all planned commercials) and shows a fragment of the final theme entitled "255,255,255"And interpreted by Junya Enoki, Yuma uchida Yes Kaito ishikawa like his characters.


  • Yuuma uchida as Ran Akagi.
  • Kaito ishikawa like Koki Suido.
  • Junya Enoki as Shuta Aoi.

Production team

  • Naokatsu-tsuda (Director of the anime's first four seasons JoJo's bizarre adventure) is responsible for directing the series in the studios Kleewerk.
  • Baio Shimokura is responsible for writing and monitoring the scripts.
  • The duo FIF (compiled by Shuji sogabe Yes Kanako Nono) is responsible for the design of the character sketches and will Takahiro kishida (Haikyu !!) who will be responsible for the adaptation of these designs for the series.
  • Hideyuki Fukasawa (Fate / Stay Night: Unlimited Blade Works) is responsible for composing the anime's soundtrack.

Summary of Tokyo 24-ku

The story takes place on an artificial island called "District 24". Three friends live here who have known each other since childhood: Ran, Koki and Shuta. The three of them have different social positions, hobbies and personalities, but they are always together. However, your relationships will change drastically after a certain incident. At a memorial ceremony a year after the above-mentioned incident, the three meet again and their phones all start ringing at the same time. The call came from a friend they believed dead and asked them to "choose the future". That way, each of them will believe in their own course of action to protect the future of the people of District 24.

Fountain: Comic Natalie

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