Kyoto Animation’s Tsurune Anime Is Getting A Movie

Kyoto Animation’s Tsurune, the anime series about a high school kyudo (Japanese archery) club, is getting a movie.

The Tsurune Twitter page made the announcement for the movie and uploaded a teaser visual. A trailer was also released on YouTube. The plot and release date for the movie are currently unknown.

The Tsurune anime series, which is based on a two-volume light novel series by Kotoko Ayano, premiered in 2018. Anime News Network describes the synopsis as:

Minato Narumiya is beginning his freshman year at the local Kazemai High School. Mr. Tommy, adviser to the Japanese archery Club, is keen to recruit Minato, as well as his childhood friends Seiya Takehaya and Ryohei Yamanouchi. Ryohei convinces the reluctant Minato to attend the Club’s orientation, where he also meets Kaito Onogi and Nanao Kisaragi. Singling Minato out, Mr. Tommy introduces him as a rare Japanese archery talent and asks him to demonstrate in front of everyone. However, Minato’s arrow fails to hit the mark because he is afflicted by a serious condition.

Sources: Tsurune Twitter page, Anime News Network

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