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Netflix Adds ‘Ni no Kuni’ Anime Feature Film Streaming

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When Kotona's life is put in danger, the three must make "the ultimate choice."

Warner Bros. Japan brought out the anime adaptation of the Ni no Kuni game back on August 23rd, 2019 and it’s now arrived on Netflix for worldwide streaming. Going by what I can see via a US location, it includes the original Japanese language plus German, Spanish, and French dubs along with the English dub while subtitle options include English, Spanish, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, and Japanese closed captions.

Add it to your list here.

The Japanese cast includes Kento Yamazaki as Yu, Mamoru Miyano as Yoki, Kenjiro Tsuda as Gabaras, Maaya Sakamoto as both Saki and Velsa, Kouichi Yamadera as Balton, Yuuki Kaji as Danpo, Masato Ibu as King Flander, Tsuyoshi Muro as Oji-san, Mackenyu as Haru, and Mei Nagano as the princess of Ni no Kuni Asha.

Check out the official site and Twitter.

Plot Concept: Yū is a high school student, and his best friend is Haru and his childhood friend is Kotona. Through a certain incident, they travel back and forth between reality and Ni no Kuni. When Kotona’s life is put in danger, the three must make “the ultimate choice.”

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