It's been kind of a running gag in the anime Twitter community that despite lasting one season in winter 2014, the anime adaptation of Tachi's yuri comedy Sakura Trick has stayed active. It's at least Tweeted its name or a character birthday every month or so. In May, it had good reason to be active with the launch for pre-orders for a Blu-ray collection. And, with that release coming up on November 22nd, it has another excuse.
Sakura Trick, a 12 episode 2014 TV anime based on the 4-panel yuri manga of the same name by Tachi, is getting an all-night screening and guest talk event in Shinjuku in November of 2015. Hit the jump to learn more.
As the Sakura Trick anime ended, character goods maker Cospa scheduled some merchandise tie-ins with the yuri series. A "natural" t-shirt, describing the color and central relationship, is joined by a "don't stop my love" tote bag, and cushion cover, with the items scheduled for June release. Get a look after the jump.
In time for the premiere of Is the Order a Rabbit? a TV commercial is promoting Manga Time Kirara, the family of four-panel manga magazines that carries its original manga, as well Sakura Trick and Kimoza! Get a look after the jump.
Sentai Filmworks has announced the license of Sakura Trick. This romantic slice-of-life comedy from original creator Tachi is directed by Kenichi Ishikura (ef: tale of melodies, Hidamari Sketch) with music by Ryosuke Nakanishi (Majikoi – Oh! Samurai Girls, Kuroko’s Basketball), character designs by Kyuta Sakai (Humanity has Declined, Strawberry Marshmallow) and animation production by Studio DEEN (Fate/stay night, Rozen Maiden – Zurückspulen). It will be available soon through select digital outlets with a home video release to follow. More after the jump.
The winter 2014 anime season at Crunchyroll gains a new addition as Sakura Trick, based on the yuri manga written and illustrated by Tachi, joins the streaming lineup. Hit the jump for more info!
This winter, Haruka Tomatsu (Saki in Valvrave) and Yuka Iguchi (Majestic Prince's Tamaki Irie) star in an anime adaptation of Tachi's 2011 yuri four-panel manga Sakura Trick, a series from Time Kirara Miracle!, from the family of magazines probably best known for K-on! Get a look at the preview after the jump.
This winter, Haruka Tomatsu and Yuka Iguchistar in an anime adaptation of Tachi's 2011 yuri four-panel series Sakura Trick. Get a look at the latest visual and cast art after the jump.