On the official site for the anime adaptation of the manga, written and illustrated by Satoru Noda, Golden Kamuythat has been announced Airing of the fourth season was suspended indefinitely after the airing of the sixth episode (42nd episode overall) which took place in Japan earlier today. The decision comes in response to the death of one of the production's key memberswhich happened on November 1st, also delaying the release of the project's Blu-ray/DVD packages.

However, the name of the late production member was not disclosed in the press release Brain's Base studios, along with the project's production committee, will be responsible for announcing a revival date once it is determined.

This fourth season has been broadcast since last October 3rd and has been confirmed by the platform with a total of thirteen episodes crispy roll takes care of sales in the west. On the other hand, Noda started publishing the manga through the magazine Weekly jump from the publisher shueisha since August 2014 and ended in April 2022 with a total of thirty-one compilation volumes.

production team

  • Shizutaka Sugahara (D-Frag!, Sakamichi no Apollon, amnesia) is responsible for directing the anime at the studios The base of the brainsubstitute Hitoshi Nanba.
  • Noboru Takagi (Shingeki no Kyojin, Durarara!!, Kuroko no basket) is again responsible for writing and supervising the screenplays.
  • Takumi Yamakawa (Grimms notes the animation) is the new character designer and replaces Kenichi Ohnuki.

Summary of Golden Kamuy

In the early 1900s, Hokkaido's Saichi Sugimoto tirelessly prospected for gold after the Russo-Japanese War. Nicknamed "Sugimoto the Immortal" for his death-defying actions in battle, the ex-soldier tries his fortune to fulfill a promise he made to his best friend before he was killed in battle: to provide for his family , especially for his widow, who needs treatment abroad for her poor eyesight. One day, a drunk classmate tells Sugimoto the story of a man who murdered a group of Ainu and stole a fortune in gold. Before being arrested by the police, he hid the gold somewhere in Hokkaido. The only clue to his location is the encrypted map he tattooed on his cellmates' bodies in exchange for a share of the treasure should they manage to escape and find him.

Sugimoto doesn't think much of the story until he discovers the drunk's corpse with the same tattoos described in the story. But before he can collect his thoughts, a grizzly bear, the man's killer, Sugimoto, approaches, determined to finish his meal. He is rescued by a young Ainu girl named Asirpa, whose father turned out to be one of the murdered Ainu. Using Asirpa's hunting skills and Sugimoto's survival instinct, the two agree to join forces and find the hidden treasure: one to reclaim what rightfully belonged to his people, and the other to grant his friend's last wish.

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