A promotional image for the event created by the author of the manga has been posted on the New Narita International Airport 2020 Animation Festival official website Eizouken ni wa Te wo Dasu na!, Sumito Oowara.

Eizouken ni wa Te wo Dasu na!

In his post, Oowara commented: "I drew this promotional image with people who are interested in unique language and who flock to Chitose from different backgrounds and backgrounds from all over the world".

The festival was launched in 2014 and focuses on the presentation of animated films from around the world. This year's event will take place from November 20th to 23rd in the terminal building of New Chitose Airport in Hokkaido Prefecture. The festival will receive 2,174 entries from 91 countries and regions in the short film category and 49 entries from 21 countries in the feature film category, which are the largest numbers in its history.

Owara, in turn, began to publish the manga in the magazine Monthly great cartoon ghosts from the publisher Shogakukan In July 2016, the publisher published the fifth compilation volume on January 30th.

The piece inspired a twelve-episode anime adaptation produced by the studios. Science SARU, Headed by Masaaki Yuasa and scripts that he himself wrote in connection with Yuuichirou Kido, published January 2020.

Synopsis of Eizouken ni wa Te wo Dasu na!

The story follows Midori, Tsubame, and Sayaka, an energetic trio of freshman high school girls who meet at Eizo-Ken (Video Research Club) to turn their anime dreams into reality. Midori is nervous about creating an anime herself. He meets Tsubame, who appears to be a wealthy girl but really has a dream: to be a cheerleader. Sayaka, Midori's best friend, has a good grasp of finances to carry out the project and accompanies the other two girls in search of their dreams.

Source: Official Twitter account

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