Fate/stay night: Heaven’s Feel released a visual guide for the trilogy on October 29. The main character Matou Sakura makes the cover with a gentle smile surrounded with bloomed Sakura trees. The director and co-character designer Sudo Tomonori drew the illustration. Under the supervision of Aniplex, Newtype handled the compilation, and Kadokawa published the 194 page length book.
The B5 sized guide book features all three of the movies: I.presage flower, II. Lost Butterfly, and III. Spring Song. It has visuals that will be a reminiscent of your movie experiences. In addition, interviews for the cast and the staff members are available. One of the staff members is Kajiura Yuki who handled the music in the series, while it’s a “long interview” for the director Sudo Tomonori. The book also introduces the characters and maps their relationship in a diagram. As a gallery, it collected the illustrations monthly magazine Newtype compiled. Together with Sudo Tomonori, Type-Moon‘s (the game company of the Fate series) Nasu Kinoko and Takeuchi Takashi illustrated special shikishi art for the book.
The official Twitter account for Fate/stay night anime also posted a photo of two copies of the book that are stacked on top of each other, and tells fans to look forward to the design on the back. You can see a small part of the illustration.
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Fate/Stay Night: Heaven’s Feel
The Fate/stay night: Heaven’s Feel trilogy’s first chapter premiered in Japan on October 14, 2017, the second on January 12, 2019, while the final third one released on August 15, 2020.
Fate/stay night[Heaven’s Feel] USA Official Website introduces the story as:
This is the story of an omnipotent container able to grant the wish of anyone who claims it—the Holy Grail.
The third route of the visual novel game, Fate/stay night, Heaven’s Feel, also known as the Sakura Route,
will be brought to the big screen at last.
Seen through the eyes of Sakura Matou, who’s in love with the hero, Shirou, this tale will close in on the truth about the Holy Grail War.
It is the saga following Fate (a.k.a. the Saber Route), depicting the wish of Saber, the Servant summoned by Shirou, and Unlimited Blade Works (a.k.a. the Rin Route), which, through the battles fought by the magus Rin Tohsaka, depicted the path taken by the hero, Shirou Emiya.
Heaven’s Feel will be produced by ufotable, the company behind the 2014 TV anime adaptation, Unlimited Blade Works.
It will be directed by Tomonori Sudo, whose work as a character designer/animation director includes numerous TYPE-MOON anime adaptations.
And now, the curtain will go up on the Heaven’s Feel trilogy—as [I.presage flower] comes into bloom at last.Fate/stay night:[Heaven’s Feel] USA