Sentai Filmworks has announced that it has acquired IRODUKU: The World in Colors, the original supernatural drama series from P. A. Works, for audiences in North America, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Scandinavia, Turkey, Spain, Portugal and Latin America.
Hitomi Tsukishiro may be the child of a family of witches, but after losing her ability to see color, she also lost her sense of magic. Nothing has been able to help her regain that gift — nothing until Hitomi’s grandmother, that is, sends Hitomi back in time to the year 2018. There Hitomi meets her grandmother’s younger self. She also discovers fascinating drawings of a young man named Yuito Aoi. The moment Hitomi lays eyes on his work, colors flood back into view. But why do his drawings have this effect on Hitomi, and for what purpose has her grandmother sent her so far back in time? As Hitomi’s feelings for Yuito grow, she finds herself poised on the cusp of personal transformation, color and magic returning as she blossoms into the young woman she’s meant to be.
Produced by P. A. Works, IRODUKU: The World in Colors is directed by Toshiya Shinohara with series composition from Yuko Kakihara. The series’ music is by Yoshiaki Dewa.
The series stars Kaori Ishihara as Hitomi Tsukishiro, Shoya Chiba as Yuita Aoi, and Kaede Hondo as Kohaku Tsukishiro.
Sentai will stream IRODUKU: The World in Colors in association with select digital outlets with a home video release to follow.
Source: Sentai Filmworks