We, humans, are surrounded by emotions like love, happiness, sadness, and anger. We express ourselves through these emotions, get influenced by others, and try to feel more humane through these emotions alone. Yoshitoki Oima’s To Your Eternity is about an immortal creature trying to understand these human emotions.
Our protagonist Fushi travels across different Kingdoms, takes the shape and form of things that make an impact on his mind, and tries to understand the human psyche.
We may not know much about Fushi’s existence or how he arrives in the world, but, the anime adaptation of To Your Eternity will take us one step closer to understanding him.
To Your Eternity has recently dropped a new teaser for the anime set to be released on April 12th on NHK Educational and also on Crunchyroll.
The teaser shows every chaotic instance of the anime and reveals how each character deals with emotions like rage and sadness. We see a lot of fights, deaths, and supernatural moments and amidst all that we also see Fushi standing and observing the chaos.
There is also a snippet of Hikaru Utada’s opening theme song for the anime titled “PINK BLOOD.”
Yoshitoki Oima is famous for tugging at people’s heartstrings with some seriously emotional works like his previous work “A Silent Voice.”
This time for To Your Eternity he centers his story on an immortal being that takes the form of a young boy living in the cold land. Accompanied by his pet wolf, Fushi travels across the land to find the meaning of life.
Get ready for an emotional rollercoaster and mark your calendars for To Your Eternity’s April 12 premiere!
About To Your Eternity
To Your Eternity is a manga series by Yoshitoki Oima. It has been serialized in Weekly Shonen Jump since 2016. Crunchyroll releases its manga in English. It is being adapted into an anime by Studio Brain’s Base.
The story follows an immortal being whose purpose is to gain knowledge of the world. As the story progresses, this being takes the form of an abandoned boy and his wolf.Originally Written By Epic Dope