Tokyo 7th Sisters: Bokura wa Aozora ni Naru film reveals new trailer

Tokyo 7th Sisters: Bokura wa Aozora ni Naru film reveals new trailer

On the official site for the film Tokyo 7th Sisters: Bokura wa Aozora ni Naru, the feature film based on the smartphone game Tokyo 7th Sisters, a nine-minute video was posted with the initial sequence of the project. The video features music unit 777 ☆ SISTERS.

The film has its premiere scheduled in theaters in Japan for next February 26 and is confirmed with a duration of 77 minutes. In fact, its premiere was originally scheduled for the Summer-2020 season (July-September), however, it was delayed due to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on production.

For its part, Donuts released the original Tokyo 7th Sisters game for iOS and Android devices in February and November 2014, respectively. The franchise has previously inspired several manga and novel adaptations. The game inspired an animated music video titled "ts7 Longing for summer Again and Again ~ Harukaze ~" as "Part 1" of an animation project in 2017.

Production team

  • Shintarou Motegi, the game's director, is credited with creating the overall concept, writing the scripts, and producing the music.
  • Takayuki Kitagawa is directing the anime at LandQ Studios, assisted by Masakazu Sunagawa and producing by Toei Animation.
  • Yosuke Kikuchi is adapting the original character designs for animation and is also serving as animation director.
  • Yoshiaki Dewa is composing the soundtrack under the music production of Victor Entertainment.
Tokyo 7th Sisters: Bokura wa Aozora ni Naru film reveals new trailer

About Tokyo 7th Sisters

In this game, players take on the role of a new manager in studio 777 (Three Seven) and must recruit promising young idols. The game mixes and focuses on both the main story and character development with a rhythm mechanic. Idols compete to win the admiration of fans and develop their skills through original songs from the game.

Source: Comic Natalie

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