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All Kyoto Animation Films to Re-Release in Japanese Theaters

Kyoto Animation is re-releasing all of their films theatrically in Japan, almost one year since the devastating arson attack at Kyoto Animation’s Studio One building.

Comic Natalie reports multiple films from Kyoto Animation will be receiving a limited theatrical re-release at the newly opened Toho Cinemas in Ikebukuro. The film event will occur from July 3rd through July 9th.

Featured films include The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya, K-ON! the Movie, Love, Chunibyo and Other Delusions!, Violet Evergarden – Eternity and the Auto Memory Doll –, and multiple films from the Sound! Euphonium and Free! series.

You can find the full itinerary below (via Otakomu)


July 3rd

The Last War of the Heavanliods and Akutoliods

The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya

July 4th

K-ON! the Movie

Liz and the Blue Bird

Sound! Euphonium The Movie-Our Promise: A Brand New Day-

Sound! Euphonium The Movie -May the melody reach you!-

Sound! Euphonium The Movie -Welcome to the Kitauji High School Concert Band-

July 5th

High Speed! the movie -Free! Starting Days-

Free! -Timeless Medley- the Bond

Free! -Timeless Medley- the Promise

Free! -Take Your Marks-

Free!-Road to the World-the Dream

July 6th

Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions the Movie: Rikka Takanashi Revision

Love, Chunibyo and Other Delusions! -Take On Me-

July 7th

Beyond the Boundary -I’ll Be Here- Past

Beyond the Boundary -I’ll Be Here- Future

July 8th

A Silent Voice : The Movie

Tamako love story

July 9th

Violet Evergarden – Eternity and the Auto Memory Doll –


A year ago this month, the Studio One building of Kyoto Animation was the target of a deadly arson attack in which 35 individuals lost their lives. Shortly after a successful crowdfunding campaign raised over ¥5.7 million JPY for the victims and their families.

Despite the setback caused by the arson attack, a new Violet Evergarden movie is expected to come out later this year.

Image: Kyoto Animation official website

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