12-episode series to be available on Anime Network, to be released on home video next year.
American anime company Sentai Filmworks has announced on Thursday that they will have acquired the anime series Ikoku Meiro no Croisée.
The series is an anime adaptation of Hinata Takeda’s original creation, La croisée dans un labyrinthe étranger, and will be known under the name Croisée in a Foreign Labyrinth – The Animation.
The 12-episode anime series will be available on The Anime Network starting July 26 (Tuesday), and will be available on home video next year.
Revolutions always wreck mayhem and carnage, and the Industrial Revolution is no different as it engulfs Europe, leaving outmoded businesses and millions stripped of their traditional ways of life forever as its casualties. Cultural Revolutions are no less devastating, and as the 19th century comes to an end, young Yune has seen her native Japan shaken to its very core as the walls separating it from the Western world have finally crumbled, sending an entire nation on a quest for a new identity. But like the Phoenix, the new is inevitably born from the ashes of the old. And when Yune she decides to accompany her new acquaintance, Oscar, to Paris where his family’s metal declining shop is barely making ends meet in the face of its new competition, she may just be setting a new wave of changes into motion. Could Yune be the critical spark needed to rekindle the fires in both the hearths and minds of the Enseignes du Roy? As old worlds come to an end, new beginnings will be forged in Croisée in a Foreign Labyrinth ~ The Animation.
Ikoku Meiro no Croisée was based on a manga created by Hinata Takeda, who is also in charge of Illustration & Character Design of the hit series GOSICK. Kenji Yasuda, who directed the Shugo Chara! series, had directed the anime series, while the script supervision is handled by Junichi Sato and character designs are handled by Hideki Inoue.
The anime series first premiered in Japan on July 03.
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