By Walter P / October 23rd, 2018
Sentai Filmworks has announced that it has acquired the distribution rights to Tsurune. An anime adaption of the light novel series of the same name, it follows high school student Minato Narumiya as he sets out to win an archery tournmanet. Here’s a description of the series from Sentai Filmworks.
“Based on the award-winning light novel series by Kotoko Ayano, Tsurune follows Minato Narumiya as he explores his relationship with archery and, in turn, how he sees himself. Having loved the sport as a child, Minato joined his middle school’s archery club only to suffer a terrible loss during his last tournament. He then gives it up and despite persistence from his childhood friends, refuses to try again. Now in high school, Minato encounters a mysterious stranger who inspires him once more and joins the Kazemai High School Archery club in hopes of winning the prefectural tournament!”
Tsurune is currently being simulcast by Crunchyroll. A home release for it will be coming later on.
SOURCE: Press Release
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