Odd Taxi Anime Sets In The Woods Movie Premiere Date
The colorful and quirky characters of “Odd Taxi” return in the spring.
The original Japanese animated series Strange taxi will have a feature film titled Strange taxi: in the woods premiering next year. The exciting news comes straight from SugoiLITE Twitter account who posted a visual teaser with the release date of the animated film.
Created by Kazuya Konomoto, who has also written a manga series based on the anime and directed by Baku Kinoshita Strange taxis the plot is shrouded in mystery, but it also contains strong social commentary that translates into contemporary satire. The story, filled with anthropomorphic characters, just like other popular anime like Beast stars– focuses on Hiroshi Odokawa, a middle-aged walrus, taxi driver, who leads an ordinary but boring and calm life in Tokyo. The only people he spends time with and speaks with as friends are Gouriki, his doctor who is trying to cure him of his chronic insomnia, and Kakihana, his classmate from school. Odokawa is strange, but his clients are no less strange themselves. All the mundane conversations he has with his colorful but peculiar clients lead to a missing young student. Odokawa sees his life turned upside down as he gets tangled up in the affair.
Or Strange taxi stands out with its unconventional visual aesthetic, hilarious black humor, and equally unconventional approach to storytelling, characters and dialogue. The first season premiered in the spring of this year and ended with a total of 13 24-minute episodes. The original vocal cast consists of Natsuki Hanae (Demon slayer), rapper METEOR, Kappei Yamaguchi, Ryohei kimura, Riho Iida, Koudai Sakai, Suzuku mimori, Moeka Koizumi, and Manatsu murakami among others.
There isn’t much information available regarding the film’s plot at this time, although it will be a continuation of the satisfying ending of Season 1. However, we do know that Strange taxi: in the woods is scheduled to debut on April 1, 2022.
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