Umibe no Étranger
Photo Credit: Studio Hibari

Umibe no Étranger, the boys-love anime‘s official website reported on Tuesday that the band MONO NO AWARE is playing out the film’s theme song ZOKKON (From the Bottom of My Heart).

The band composed the song explicitly for the film.

The site likewise uncovered that arranger and musician Mina Kubota (Aria the Animation, Macross Delta, A Whisker Away) is producing the film’s music.

The film is scheduled to open in Japan on September 11.

Taishi Murata will play Shin Hashimoto, while Yoshitsugu Matsuoka will play Mio Chibana.

Anime Film Staff:

  • Director, Script, Storyboard: Akiyo Ohashi
  • Character Design, Supervision: Kanna Kii
  • Production: Studio Hibari

More staff members include:

  • Art Director: Yumiko Kuga (Studio Jack)
  • Color Designer: Kumiko Yanagisawa
  • Director of Photography: Tomoko Minobe
  • Editing: Masaki Sakamoto
  • Sound Director: Akiko Fujita
  • Sound Effects: Eiko Morikawa
  • Recording: Shu Gong Lin
  • Sound Production: Half HP Studio
Photo Credit: Umibe no Étranger Anime Film’s Official Website

Their first gathering happens on the seashore. Disregard is captivated and fascinated by the despairing Mio who, after his dad’s demise adrift, as of late lost his mom as well. Presently he lives with his uncles however feels awkward thus, after class, he likes to hold up until sunsets before returning home. Not long after gathering, exactly when a companionship is starting to create between them, Mio must move to the fundamental island of the archipelago for reasons identified with her investigations.

The two separate with the guarantee, from the most youthful, to call one another. Following three years Mio is all of a sudden returning, causing incredible shock on Shun’s part who, meanwhile, never got a solitary telephone call from him and is extremely baffled. Mio, nonetheless, dislodges him by pronouncing that he adores him.

Umibe no Étranger is Kii’s presentation function as a manga maker, and it kept running in Shodensha’s On Blue magazine in 2013.