Tokyo 7th Sisters: Bokura wa Aozora ni Naru Premieres February 26

Tokyo 7th Sisters

The anime film Tokyo 7th Sisters: Bokura wa Aozora ni Naru premiers in Japanese theaters on February 26th according to a newly released trailer.

Tokyo 7th Sisters: Bokura wa Aozora ni Naru is an upcoming anime film based on the mobile game Tokyo 7th Sisters. The idol raising game came out in 2014 and features the fictional “777” idol company.

The movie and game take place in the year 2034, when idols as they’re known today are considered an outdated concept. But that doesn’t stop the idols at “777” (affectionately referred to as Nanastar) from doing their best.

You can watch the official movie trailer below.

You can read the synopsis of Tokyo 7th Sisters from the official site below.

It is the year 2034, the year 2034, the year of the “Ice Age of Idols,” and Tokyo-7th Tokyo Seventh, a city designated for international entertainment.

While many idols and studios are becoming “outdated” and disappearing, the next generation idol theater-type studio, “777☆SISTERS” (a.k.a. [Nanastar]), is hosting a series of events that will feature the debut of a new idol, 777☆SISTERS The Three Seven Sisters are sweating it out again today.

Then one day, an unexplained problem with their equipment causes them to suspend their concert. Instead of the manager, who is on a business trip, the manager of the giant Hakkaku music hall that has taken the world by storm, Kouzou Hakkaku, saves the day.

Hal and his friends visit him later to find out that the Hakkaku studio is in danger of closing down due to a bribery scheme from Namekawa Concern.

Haru and the other Three Seven Sisters of “777☆SISTERS” hear that they will continue to receive financial support if they can perform live and fill the seats. However, an unexpected wall stands in front of them. ……

What is the answer the 12 girls’ sisters give to “[being pushed]”?

Translation: DeepL [Adjusted]

The film was originally intended to premiere this summer, but was pushed back due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Tokyo 7th Sisters: Bokura wa Aozora ni Naru will premiere in Japanese theaters February 26th. An official western release has not been announced.



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