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Haigakura Anime Gets First Trailer Ahead of 2024 Premiere

The Haigakura anime has revealed its first trailer ahead of its scheduled 2024 premiere. Typhoon Graphics is animating the series. The trailer is region-locked on YouTube, so make sure to check it out on X (Twitter) if your country is not included.

Haigakura – First Anime Trailer

Junichi Yamamoto is directing the series, with Yuu Murai doing the series composition. Masaki Sato is doing the character designs, and Yuhki Kurihara is in charge of the music. The anime adaption for Haikagura was announced in August this year.

The Haigakura anime is based on a manga by Shinobu Takayama. It was serialized in Ichijinsha’s Comic Zero Sum WARD magazine from January 2008 to May 2015 and then transferred to Zero-Sum Online in September 2015.

The manga is set in a world where four gods that once held up the world as pillars fled along with other minor gods. This led to the rise of kashikans, whose job is to catch the runaway gods and restore stability in the world. The main character, Ichiyou, becomes a kashikan reluctantly to free his foster father. His foster father, a tiger, was caught to replace the four gods who left. Ichiyou’s main goal is to recapture the gods and bring back the peaceful life he had before.

Aside from Haigakura, Shinobu Takayama has a slew of other mangas released. They include Amatsuki (2004), Mr. Morning (2005), Kashoku no Shiro (2019), Sakitama (2015), Mikansei Saikorotonics (2017), and his Arcana manga series, among others. Prior to Haikagura, two of his other manga titles (Amatsuki and Strange+) received anime adaptations, which aired from April to June 2008 and January to March 2014, respectively.

Source: Official Website
©Shinobu Takayama/Ichijinsha/Haikagura Production Committee

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