After a leak, it was found that the studies Kyoto animation are working on the anime adaptation for the light novel series 20 Seiki Denki Mokurokuwritten by Hiroshi Yuuki and illustrated by Kazumi Ikeda. This information comes after a few hours that one of his workers revealed to the newspaper Yomiuri Shimbun that the studio was already back in operation and was planning its new project.

The details of this upcoming premiere such as the production team, cast, and release date have not yet been released.

20 Seiki Denki Mokuroku

The easy series of novels 20 Seiki Denki Mokuroku was the winner of the awards Kyoto Animation Awards in 2017. This important award assures the winner that his series will be released and distributed in Japan and an animated customization will be made.

One year after this series was announced as a winner, it was officially published by the publishing label. KA Esuma Bunkobelonging to the studies Kyoto animation. It also became known that the same studio would adapt this novel to the anime. However, after several delays and the incident in KyoAni's main building, its production had to be postponed.

Synopsis of 20 Seiki Denki Mokuroku

20 Seiki Denki Mokuroku was founded in 1907. Inako Momokawa lives in Kyoto in the Fushimi region and is 15 years old. She is the second daughter of a sake producer. Nothing goes right for her and her father often scolds her. His only oasis of peace is the prayers that he seriously dedicates to the kami. One day she meets a young man named Kihachi Sakamoto at the Fushimi Inari Taisha shrine. Sakamoto does not believe in the kami because he fully believes in the progress of electricity.

When Inako's father offers her to marry, she expresses her desire to run away from home and goes with Kihachi to find the mysterious electricity catalog, a prophetic book about electricity that Kihachi wrote as a child.

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