News Tayutama Adult PC Game to Reportedly Get TV Anime
posted on 2008-12-18 09:54 EST by Egan Loo
The February issue of Enterbrain's Tech Gian magazine (on sale on December 20) will reportedly announce that Lump of Sugar's Tayutama -kiss on my deity- adult personal computer game has a television anime adaptation green-lit for Spring 2009. The story centers on Yūri Mito, a student at the Sōsei Academy and the only son of the man who runs the Yachimata shrine. At Yachimata, there is a legend of a deity named Tayutayu-sama who protected the area, but this deity and other so-called "Tayutai" have been lost in time. Mito and his friends discover a relic on the school grounds with mysterious patterns on them. Then, at the opening ceremony of the new school year, an equally mysterious girl named Mashiro appears before Mito. Mashiro is somehow tied to the relic and the legend of Tayutayu-sama.
Media Factory's Acchin will produce the anime version of Tayutama. The artist Yukio already launched a manga version based on Yūya's story scenarios in the January issue of Kadokawa Shoten's Monthly Comp Ace magazine, which was released on November 26. According to the same February issue of Tech Gian that will announce the Tayutama anime, the original game itself is getting a sequel called Tayutama -It's happy days- next spring.
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