‘Tokyo 7th Sisters’ drops new movie trailer, visuals

Tokyo 7th Sisters

Fans are about to see a film adaptation of the famous smartphone game Tokyo 7th Sisters.

The movie will officially bear the title Tokyo 7th Sisters: Bokura wa Aozora ni Naru. The film’s official website announced a new trailer and key visual, giving a new look to the film’s cast.

The movie’s plotline, trailer, and visual

The movie trailer shows some scenes from Tokyo 7th Sisters: Bokura wa Aozora ni Naru. Here, the idol girls can be seen honing their talents to become the world’s new favorite idol, per Epic Dope.

The clip introduces fans to its new theme song, “Departures: Ashita no Uta” or “Tomorrow’s Song” in English,” by 777*SISTERS.

The visual reveals the new release date and the list of characters fans are about to see.

Just like in the gameplay, the movie, which will run for 77 minutes, features the stories of idol girls. These ladies aspire to be the next top idol and be as famous as possible to get into the people’s hearts.

They will mostly use their singing talents and sheer perseverance to make their company proud of them.

Tokyo 7th Sisters

The gameplay

Donuts Co. Ltd. developed the smartphone game about an idol raising rhythm game with unique gameplay.

The player has to scout idol cards to make progress to its storyline and play the role of the leader of the 777 idol studio. The main goal is to make the world realize the ability of these idol singers.

Tokyo 7th Sisters hit Android and iOS platforms in 2014. It featured the animated music video based on its gameplay, called “t7s Longing for Summer, Again and Again, ~Harukaze~.”

New cast members

Tomomichi Nishimura will join Tokyo 7th Sisters: Bokura wa Aozora ni Naru as Kozo Hakkaku, the Hakkaku Studio manager, per Anime News Network.

Toshiyuki Morikawa, alternatively, will play the role of Noriyuki Namekawa, the vice-president of the Namekawa conglomerate that plans to take over Hakkaku Studio.

The game’s chief director, Shintaro Motegi, creates the anime movie’s original concept, writes the script, and produces the music. Takayuki directs the film with Masakazu as the assistant director.

Atsushi Suzuki, Yoshihide Moriyama, Kazuo Kato, and Motegi handle the project development. Hisashi Matsuura, Motohiro Oda, and Koji Suzuki work as the producers, and Takahiko Sakagami is the line producer. Toei Animation produces the movie.

Tokyo 7th Sisters: Bokura wa Aozora ni Naru was initially set to be out in Summer 2020 but was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, fans are about to see it on its new release date on Feb. 26, 2021.


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