Mana Ashida as ōki-sama

In the movie Lonely Castle in the Mirror

The official website of the movie Mizuki Tsujimura in the novel Lonely Castle in the Mirror (Kagami no Kojō) revealed on Monday that Mana Ashida (live rabbit live) Drop’s Rin, Children of the Sea’s Ruka) puts her voice, which has a wolf mask that covers her face.Ōki-sama collects seven children to the castle and keeps the key to history.

The film will be opened in Japan on December 23.

Ami Tōma voices in the form of Kokoro, after interrogating to the role.

Other cast members are: (upper government, from left to right in the picture above)

Sakura Kiryū as Aki, a cool and gathered figure of an older sister for everyone Takumi Kitamura as Rion, a footballer who easily gets along with all Aoi Miyazaki as Kitajima-Sensei, a good-natured teacher at the alternative school of Rihito Itagaki as a subaru, who seems to show a detached way of life(Lower government, from left to right in the picture above) Naho Yokomizo as a fūka, a girl who lived for the piano from childhood Minami Takayama as Masamune, a player with a sense of sarcastic humor of Yuuki Kaji as ureshino, a boy who goes with his own pace and easily falls in lovein Kumiko ASO as a mother Kokoro

(According to the movement of the clock guidelines from the top on the left in the picture above) Akiko Yajima, Karen Miyama, Ayak Yoshimura and Anja Ikehat.

DoubleDay published a novel in English in April 2021 and describes this story:

In a quiet district of Tokyo, seven teenagers wake up and discovers that their bedroom mirrors shine.

At one touch, they are led out of a lonely life to a wonderful castle filled with winding stairs, watchful portraits and flickering chanders.In this new sanctuary they are confronted with a set of tips leading to a hidden room in which one of them will receive a wish.But there is a hook: if they do not leave the castle until the fifth, they will be punished.

Over time, the crushing truth emerges: only those who are brave enough to share their stories will be saved.

Tsujimura published an original novel in Japan in 2017.She won the Japan Booksellers’award 2018 award, was at the top of the book list of the Da Vinci magazine in 2017 and won the main prize at King’s Brunch Book 2017. Erewhon will publish a hard English edition of the novel on October 18.

Tsujimura’s anime supremacy!(Haken anime!) Also inspired the upcoming adaptation of the acting film, which premiered on May 20.Vertical published a novel in English in October 2017.

Tsujimura wrote a story to the manga Naoshi Arakawa “School in time”, which Vertical published in English.Tsujimura also wrote a script for the film Anime Doraemon The Movie: Nobita’s Chronicle of the Moon Exploration in 2019.

Sources: Anime Film Lonely Castle in the Mirror

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