'Laid-Back Camp' releases trailer for anime film in July 2022
Watch the cast all grown up and back to camping together in Yamanashi.
By: Nicole S. Castro on June 01, 2022 at 17:37 PHT
The trailer for the anime film of Laid-Back Camp has been released. The film will premiere in theaters in Japan on July 1, 2022. It is animated by C-Station, who also worked on the TV anime series.
Laid-Back Camp (Japanese: ゆるキャン△, Romaji: Yurukyan), also known in Japan as Yuru Camp, is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Afro. The story is set in Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan, and chronicles the adventures of Rin Shima (CV: Nao Tōyama), Nadeshiko Kagamihara (CV: Yumiri Hanamori), and their friends as they travel to various campsites across the country.
The first season of the anime television series adaptation by C-Station aired in Japan on AT-X from January to March 2018. Season 2 aired from January to April 2021 and will now be followed by this anime film on July 1 with the characters all grown up.
In this film, they will rebuild a large facility from scratch and convert it into a campsite to attract tourists. The featured opening theme song is Sun Is Coming Up by Asaka. The ending theme song will be Mimosa by Eri Sasaki.
Original work: Afro's "Laid-Back Camp (serialized in Houbunsha's Comic Fuz)
Director: Yoshiaki Kyougoku
Script: Jin Tanaka, Mutsumi Itō
Character design: Mutsumi Sasaki
Props design: Miho Imoto, Noriko Tsutsumiya
Mecha design: Daisuke Endou, Hajime Maruo
Color design: Taeko Mizuno (Studio Road)
Art director: Yoshimi Umino (Production I)
Cinematographer: Hiroaki Tanaka (Studio Twinkle)
Digital work: C-Station digital
CG work: Yoshifumi Hirakawa (M.S.C)
Sound director: Takeshi Takadera
Sound production: HALF HP STUDIO
Music: Akiyuki Tateyama
Music production: MAGES.
Animation production: C-Station
Source: Laid-Back Camp official Twitter, official website, Comic Natalie
NICOLE S. CASTRO
Nicole is based in the Philippines and works as a freelance Japanese Translator/Interpreter and copywriter (English). She is a JLPT N2 passer who watches anime to "study" for N1. She has a long career history on LinkedIn (with primary focus on media and translation), but her anime watchlist is much, much longer.