AnimeNewsCloverWorks Announces Tokyo Twenty Fourth Ward Anime

CloverWorks Announces Tokyo Twenty Fourth Ward Anime

Studio Cloverworks is working on a brand new anime, titled Tokyo Twenty Fourth Ward, with the announcement coming together with a trailer.

CloverWorks just announced a new TV anime, titled Tokyo Twenty Fourth Ward (Tokyo 24-ku). The reveal comes with a 60-second promo, showcasing the three main characters; Kouki, Ran and Shuuta. But when will the show be released? Tokyo Twenty Fourth Ward will premiere in January, 2022.

Director Naokatsu Tsuda will helm the TV show, with Vio Shimokura writing the script. Plus, Hideyuki Fukasawa will compose the music, with Takahiro Kishida and FiFS responsible for the character design.

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CloverWorks looks to have a huge 2022, right? The studio is already working on Akebi’s Sailor Uniform, My Dress-Up Darling and Tokyo Twenty Fourth Ward. But that’s not all! CloverWorks is hard at work creating Spy x Family and In the Heart of Kunoichi Tsubaki. Thus, the studio looks to release 5 different anime in 2022!

What’s studio CloverWorks known for? Darling in the Franxx, Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai, Fairy Tail, The Promised Neverland and more.

Tokyo Twenty Fourth Ward TV Anime Teaser

Plot: “An artificial island in Tokyo Bay—Kyokutou Houreigai Tokubetsu Chiku (Far East Special District), commonly known as the 24-ku (24th Ward).

Childhood friends Ran, Kouki, and Shuuta, who were born and raised there, have different family backgrounds, hobbies, and personalities, but always hung out together. However, their relationship changes drastically in the wake of a certain incident.

At the first anniversary memorial of the incident, the three friends happen to meet again and their phones begin to ring simultaneously. The phone call is from a supposedly dead friend, urging them to “choose the future.” The three will try to protect their beloved 24th Ward and the future of its people in their own ways.”


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