After plans for a Sound! Festa was upended due to the coronavirus, Uji City has finally uploaded the two previously promised videos that were made in place of the event–one video featuring six schools from Kyoto performing music from Sound! Euphonium and another video of a tour of Kita Uji High School. Watch them both after the jump!
This weekend was supposed to be Uji Winter Festa, and inside was a special Sound! Festa, celebrating the Kyoto Animation anime series with performances from local schools and a talk with Sound! Euphonium novel author Ayano Takeda. But the newest State of Emergency declaration has halted those plans, moving them online. Read more after the jump.
Every 5 years, Japan holds a national census, giving every household in the country the chance to get their voice heard and make the country a better place to live. This year, to drive awareness for the program, Kyoto Animation's Sound! Euphonium will be advertising the census in Kyoto prefecture. Check out the poster after the jump!
Previously, the 5th-anniversary celebrations for the Sound! Euphonium anime saw a streamed festival in June but not wanting to be left out, the Senzoku Gakuen School of Music Freshman Wind Orchestra 2016 put on their own performance of the first TV anime opening theme 'DREAM SOLISTER' ... remotely! Be blown away after the jump!
The 'Sound! Euphonium is Remote! Matsuri Festival' streamed online today and announced a 5th Anniversary Project for the Kyoto Animation-produced anime series. The online event was a replacement for the real-life event that was canceled due to the ongoing pandemic. Read all the announcements for the musical series after the jump!
Grab your instruments and happy ice cream because high-school band anime Sound! Euphonium is having an online event this weekend in place of the yearly event that is usually held in the anime's real-life setting of Uji. Blow past the jump to learn all the details, including how you can watch it!
It's officially April 8th in Japan, and that means it's been exactly five years since the first broadcast of Sound! Euphonium, the TV anime adaptation based on the popular series of light novels written by Ayano Takeda and illustrated by Nikki Asada about the adventures of the Kitauji High School Concert Band Club, and now the series is celebrating with a special illustration from director Tatsuya Ishihara. Hit the jump to check it out.