The production team of the long-standing animation project by Shigeyoshi Tsukahara and Twiflo, Kurayukaba, announced that production of the entire project has been approved. A new promotional image has been posted to commemorate this announcement.

Kurayukaba

Kurayukaba is a steampunk detective fantasy, the concept of which is supposed to take over 40 minutes. The fundraiser for the project raised a total of 15,700,364 yen (approximately US $ 142,600) through two campaigns in 2018 and 2020. The pilot film, which was shot with funds from the first round of crowdfunding, was published on YouTube in April 2020.

The prologue of the feature film, shot with funds from the second round of crowdfunding, was then also successfully completed and will be shown together with the films from August 13th to 26th, 2021 in the Ikebukuro Free Cinema hall in Tokyo.

Production team

  • Shigeyoshi Tsukahara (Hashi no Mukou, Kotatsu Neko, Oshie to Tabi Suru Otoko, Arms Rally) is responsible for project management during the course pancakes, and is also responsible for writing and monitoring the scripts.
  • Kazunori Minagawa (Macross Delta, Tokyo Ravens, Yuruyuri, Code Geass: Akito the Exiled) is responsible for character design while Pochi takes care of the scenarios.
  • Akatsuki Chota (Hashi no Mukou) is responsible for composing the soundtrack.

Summary of Kurayukaba

Our story unfolds beneath the surface of the great metropolis, below the district of Ogi-Town, in a realm of dreams that hovers in a haze of purple brown coal smoke. A network of streets runs underground and hides bandits on every corner. An armored train snakes its way through the looming darkness: the steel-clad Sokore 463 train is equipped with a 75 mm mountain cannon that can blow a target to pieces. The mysterious girl, Fir, is in charge. What can you and your companions expect? From the winding streets of Akegata (at dawn) to the deep underground world of Kuragari (at dusk), a daring adventure unfolds.

Source: ANN

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