The next Kagerou Project anime was supposed to screen this month before the delay
Edword Records, a creative collective which includes Kagerou Project lead JIN, announced on January 14 that the upcoming screening for the Kagerou Daze No.9 anime would be delayed to an undisclosed time.
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It was announced back in June that Kagerou Project was getting a new mixed media project titled Kagerou Daze No.9, which was set to be an anime, manga, and more. Since then it was announced that an anime screening based on the story, set three years after the previous installments, would occur in Fujisawa, Kanagawa on January 26.
【お知らせ】— EDWORD RECORDS (@edword_records) January 14, 2020
On January 14, Edword Records released a statement saying the anime had to be delayed “due to various reasons” and that it “would not be possible to deliver the work in January.” They apologized on behalf of JIN for the inconvenience caused by the delay but let fans know that any tickets for the screening that was supposed to happen on January 26 are still valid for a screening of Kagerou Daze No.9, whenever that’ll be.
本文に記載の通り、本年１月に予定していたアニメ「カゲロウデイズ No.9」の公開に関して、延期とさせて頂くことになりました。— EDWORD RECORDS (@edword_records) January 14, 2020
Kagerou Project was previously adapted into the TV anime MEKAKUCITY ACTORS from Studio Shaft with director Yuki Yase (Fire Force) helming the series. It has not been announced when the Kagerou Daze No.9 anime will be released.
Source: Edword Records on Twitter
Daryl Harding is a Japan Correspondent for Crunchyroll News. He also runs the YouTube channel about Japan stuff called TheDoctorDazza, tweets at @DoctorDazza and posts photos of his travels on Instagram.