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Old 2019-03-06, 21:01   Link #1
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Tannishō o Hiraku

Kentetsu Takamori's Buddhist book Tannishō o Hiraku (Opening the Tannishō) is inspiring an anime film adaptation that will open in Japan on May 24. The film stars Kōji Ishizaka as Shinran (in his first anime film role as the lead), and Toshiki Masuda as Yuien. The announcement did not list the staff for the film, but the film's official website describes the film as the second in a series after Naze Ikiru: Rennyo Shōnin to Yoshizaki Enjō, Studio DEEN's 2016 film that is similarly based on a Buddhist text by Takamori.

The new film centers on Yuien, a troubled young man. He meets the Buddhist monk Shinran, and listens to his teachings. Shinran takes him on as his disciple, and they travel together, with experiences both joyous and heartbreaking awaiting them on the road.
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