On the official Twitter account of the light novels written by Jougi Shiraishi and illustrated by Azure, Majo no Tabitabi (Wandering Witch: The Journey of Elaina), the cover of the sixteenth volume of the series was revealed, which will be put on sale in Japan on March 12. This volume will also have a special edition that will include a booklet of illustrations and other benefits.
Shiraishi began publishing the Azure illustrated light novels through SB Creative's GA Bunko imprint in April 2016. The publisher published the fourteenth volume on October 14, followed by the fifteenth on October 10. December in Japan. The work also inspires a manga adaptation by Itsuki Nanao, which has been published since November 2018.
The play also inspired a twelve-episode anime adaptation produced by C2C studios, under the direction of Toshiyuki Kubooka and scripts written by Kazuyuki Fudeyasu, aired during the Fall-2020 season (October-December). So far there is no confirmation on a second season.
Synopsis of Majo no Tabitabi
In a certain place there is a traveling witch named Elaina. Being a traveler, she has met many people and countries as she continues on her long, long road. A city that only accepts wizards, a muscle-loving giant, a young man wanting to reconnect with his deceased loved one, an abandoned princess in a destroyed city, and the story of the witch will be intertwined with all of them. Meeting incredibly strange people and making beautiful memories together, now, even now, the witch can't help but keep her whole life from encounters and farewells.
Source: Official Twitter Account
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