ARIA The CREPUSCOLO Movie To Release In March

ARIA The CREPUSCOLO, an anime movie meant to celebrate the 15th anniversary of ARIA The Animation‘s broadcast, is set to release on March 5. A new trailer and key visual were released as well. The movie is based on a new work by ARIA mangaka Kozue Amano. 

ARIA The CREPUSCOLO‘s staff includes Takahiro Natori (episode director on ARIA The ANIMATION, ARIA The NATURALARIA THE ORIGINATION) as director, Junichi Satou (director of A Whisker Away and previous ARIA series anime) as chief director and scriptwriter, Youko Itou (Skate-Leading Stars) as character designer and chief animation director, and Choro Club feat.Senoo (ARIA The ANIMATION) as the music composer. J.C. Staff is in charge of the animation production.  

Meanwhile, the cast includes Ryou Hirohashi (My Hero Academia series) as Alice Caroll, Rina Satou (A Certain Scientific Railgun series, A Certain Magical Index series) as Athena Glory (a role formerly played by the late Tomoko Kawakami), Ai Kayano (Sword Art OnlineAlicization, Sword Art OnlineAlicization – War of Underworld) as Anya Dostoyevskaya, and Kiyono Yasuno (Are You Lost?) as Aletta.

The ARIA manga ran from 2002 to 2008. It received an anime adaptation titled ARIA The ANIMATION in 2005, followed by ARIA The NATURAL in 2006, ARIA the OVA: ~ARRIETTA~ in 2007, ARIA The ORIGINATION in 2008, and ARIA The AVVENIRE in 2015.

Crunchyroll describes the series as:

Akari Mizunashi, at the age of 15, has left everything behind to travel to a sparkling planet covered in water, Aqua. More than anything, Akari wants to be an “undine” – a female gondolier who navigates the canals of the Aquan city of Neo-Venezia. As she begins her training with the prestigious Aria Company, will she be up to the challenges that await her on the path to achieve her dream?

Source: ARIA The CREPUSCOLO trailer YouTube description


After several years of writing for local video game sites, Melvyn currently dedicates his focus to writing news content and the occasional review for Anime Trending. When he's not gaming, painting miniatures, or watching anime, he can be found self-learning Japanese.
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