The production firm has released the teaser for upcoming TV anime Sagrada Reset (Sakurada Reset) scheduled to begin airing this coming April during the Spring 2017 season. The anime will be broadcast on TOKYO MX, Kansai TV, and BS11. A special premiere screening event is scheduled for March 7.
The teaser shows Sakurada’s city view as the beautiful theme music plays in the background, and features the three main characters, Kei Asai (voiced by Kaito Ishikawa), Misora Haruki (Kana Hanazawa) and Sumire Soma (Yuki Aoi).
Kei Asai is a character gifted with a special ability called ‘Memory Retention’ where he can recall all the things he has experienced in the past. Misora has the ability to ‘Reset’ time. Each power is not significant on its own, but combined together, they can possibly change the world. To these two characters, Sumire Soma says, ‘You guys being together means a lot.’
On March 7, a month ahead of the scheduled TV broadcast, a premiere screening event will be held at Shinjunku Wald 9. The event will not only play the first episode of the anime, but will also feature a special talk show hosted by the director Shinya Kawatsura and cast members Kaito Ishikawa, Kana Hanazawa and Yuki Aoi. Tickets will be sold at 3,000 yen and pre-order will begin on February 4 at 11:00.
Sagrada Reset is adapted from a novel series written by Yutaka Kono and the story is set in the city Sakurada where nearly half of the population have some kind of special ability. In addition to the anime adaptation, the title will also be adapted into a live-action movie with Shuhei Nomura and Yuina Kuroshimat as Kei Asai and Misora Haruki.
Anime ‘Sagrada Reset’ Premiere Screening Event
Date: Tuesday March 7, 2017
Venue: Shinjuku Wald 9
Opening Time: 19:30
Guests: Shinya Kawatsura (director), Kaito Ishikawa (Kei Asai), Kana Hanazawa (Misora Haruki), Yuki Aoi (Sumire Soma)
Price: 3,000 (bonus included)
Ticket Pre-order: from February 4 at 11:00
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