The opening and ending theme track artists for the upcoming The Heike Story anime have been introduced. Hitsujibungaku is performing the opening track, “Hikarutoki,” whereas agraph feat.ANI (Scha Dara Parr) is performing the ending track, “unified perspective.”
The Heike Story is about to premiere on Funimation on September 15. Fuji TV’s streaming service FOD in Japan and bilibili in China may also stream the collection forward of the Japanese broadcast, which is in January 2022.
Heike Monogatari, or The Story of the Heike, is an epic of medieval Japanese literature, serving as a fictional dramatization of the battles of the Taira and Minamoto clans for management of Japan through the Genpei Conflict (1180 – 1185). The Story of the Heike has been an inspiration for hundreds of years, offering the idea for Noh performs, woodblock prints, and plenty of translations and interpretations.
Creator Hideo Furukawa translated Heike Monogatari from its unique medieval Japanese into fashionable Japanese, as it’s used at the moment, in his 2016 publication. The wealthy content material of Heike Monogatari explores many themes, together with the origins of bushido (the best way of the warrior) and the notion of Japan as a unified nation.
The workers consists of Naoko Yamada (Liz and the Blue Chook, A Silent Voice) because the director, Reiko Yoshida(Liz and the Blue Chook, A Silent Voice) because the scriptwriter, Fumiko Takano (Zettai Anzen Kamisori manga) as the unique character designer, and Kojima Takashi (Journey Your Wave) because the character designer.
Different workers embody Kubo Tomotaka (Promare) because the artwork director, Masaru Hashimoto (Sonny Boy) as the colour designer, Kazuto Izumida (Shōjo Kageki Revue Starlight movie) because the images director, and Kensuke Ushio(A Silent Voice, Liz and the Blue Chook) as music composer. Science SARU is the animation manufacturing firm.
In the meantime, the solid consists of Aoi Yūki, Takahiro Sakurai, Saori Hayami, Tesshō Genda, Shigeru Chiba, Kikuko Inoue, Miyu Irino, Yumiko Kobayashi, Nobuhiko Okamoto, Natsuki Hanae, Ayumu Murase, Yū Miyazaki, Inori Minase, Tomokazu Sugita, and Yuki Kaji.