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News Shigofumi Television Anime's Promo Video Posted
posted on 2007-11-26 11:46 EST
The official Japanese website for the 2008 anime adaptation of Ryo Amamiya's Shigofumi - Stories of Last Letter light novel has renewed its contents and posted a promotional video. The story revolves around a myserious girl named Fumika who delivers "Shigofumi," the last letter from the dearly departed to those left behind. The light novel's publisher MediaWorks showed the same promotional video at its Dengeki 15th Anniversary event in Tokyo this past weekend. Director Tatsuo Sato (Cat Soup, Martian Successor Nadesico) and the studio J.C. Staff will animate the television series, which premieres in January.
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