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1st Toriko Feature Film's 2nd Full Trailer Streamed

posted on by Sarah Nelkin

The Cinema Today website began streaming the second full trailer for the upcoming Gekijō-ban Toriko Bishokushin no Special Menu film on Thursday. The trailer features the song "ShiawaTheory" (Happiness Theory) by FTISLAND. The film's official website is also streaming the first full trailer.

The ongoing television series follows the title character Toriko, a "bishokuya" (gourmet food provider) who travels the world to hunt down the strange animals and plants needed for the finest cuisine dishes. The movie will deal with Acacia the Bishokushin ("Gourmet God") and the secret special menu that lies dormant on a fabled island. Toriko also deciphers the mystery of the ruins there. The "4 Heavenly King Bishokuya" must protect the island and face off against a new foe, the former Bishokukai brass Girimu.

The voice cast will be returning for the feature film, with Ryōtarō Okiayu as Toriko, Romi Park as Komatsu, Takahiro Sakurai as Coco, Mitsuo Iwata as Sunny, Kenji Matsuda as Zebra, and Nana Mizuki as Tina.

Gekijō-ban Toriko Bishokushin no Special Menu will open in Japanese theaters on July 27. Advance tickets are on sale with two sets of actual spices seen in Mitsutoshi Shimabukuro's original manga, along with cards for people reserving seats online.

The manga already inspired Toriko 3D: Kaimaku Gourmet Adventure!!, a 3D animated film short that opened with the One Piece 3D: Mugiwara Chase film in 2011. Funimation has been streaming the series as it airs in Japan since its premiere last year and released the third DVD set on March 19.

Update: The official website is still streaming the first full trailer with the theme song "Gōshoku My Way!!" by Akira Kushida. Thanks, Vito Plahuta

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