As previously reported, the original animation project is from Strange taxi had started a special project in June which found that no compilation of Blu-ray BOX packages would be released unless it exceeded 300 reservations. The project's official Twitter account recently announced that, fortunately, they have already passed the 1,000 mark.

Originally, given the recent drop in anime Blu-ray / DVD sales, there was no plan to release a Blu-ray BOX, but the project was given the green light following requests from many people. The more orders come in, the more additional items will be added. The price of the set is 27,500 yen (approximately 249) and orders will be placed between June 29 and September 30, 2021. Shipping is planned for March 2022.

When 900 orders were reached at the end of July, the anime's official Twitter account announced: Β«The Blu-ray BOX accepts orders from abroad. English website will be published shortlyΒ». On the other hand is the original series produced by the studios OLM In collaboration with PICTURES, aired during the spring 2021 season (April-June), with thirteen episodes.

Strange taxi synopsis

Eccentric and powerful, the Odokawa walrus leads a relatively normal life. He makes a living driving a taxi and meets several unique people there: the unemployed Kabasawa who is determined to go viral, the mysterious nurse Shirakawa, the struggling comic duo "Homo Sapiens" and Dobu, a well-known criminal.

But Odokawa's simple way of life will change. The case of a missing girl who has been followed by the police leads to him, and now both the yakuza and a corrupt police duo are after him. Set in a strangely familiar city full of unusual characters, Odd Taxi is a strange story about a humble taxi driver and the mystery of a lost high school student.

Source: Official Twitter account

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