Hyouka TV Anime Celebrates Its 10th Anniversary With A Movie Concert In Saitama

Some quick news for fans of high school mysteries: Hyoukathe television anime adaptation based on Honobu Yonezawa’s light novel series about a classic high school literature club that dabbles in problem solving, celebrates its 10th anniversary with a special “cinema concert” performance in Saitama in January that features voice actors and a theme song performer as guests.

There “Hyouka The event “TV Anime 10th Anniversary Film Concert ~Kamiyama High’s Small Recital~” will be held at Japan Pavilion Hall A at Tokorozawa Sakura Town in Saitama Prefecture on January 29, 2022 with a daytime performance at 1:45 p.m. and an evening performance at 5:30 p.m.

The concert will be performed by the Kamiyama High Ensemble, and voice actors Satomi Sato (voice of Eru Chitanda) and Daisuke Sakaguchi (voice of Satoshi Fukube) as well as opening theme song performer ChouCho will appear as performers. ‘guests. Ticket prices range from 9,900 yen (approximately US$66.59) for reserved seats to 13,500 yen (approximately US$90.80) for premium seats with a commemorative desk calendar as a bonus gift.

A key visual for the 2012 Hyouka TV anime featuring the main characters walking to school in their school uniforms under a cherry blossom tree.

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Hyouka is directed by Yasuhiro Takemoto and features animation production by Kyoto Animation. Crunchyroll is currently streaming the series and describes the story as follows:

After disenchanted student Hotaro Oreki joins his school’s Classic Lit Club, he meets Eru Chitanda, a caring and curious girl with boundless curiosity and a knack for getting him into all sorts of trouble.

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Copyright Notice: © Honobu Yonezawa・Kadokawa Shoten / Kamiyama High School Classic Literature Club OB Association

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