[set] (Blu-ray) Your Name. Movie Blu-ray Collector's Edition [animate Limited Set]

[set] (Blu-ray) Your Name. Movie Blu-ray Collector's Edition [animate Limited Set]

Regular price ¥13,200

Release Date: 07/26/17
Specification: 2 Main Disc + 3 Bonus Disc / Outer Case + Purchase Bonus B6 (4.9" x 6.9") size Pub Mirror style Mirrors

※Movie Includes English and (Simplified) Chinese Subtitles

animate Limited Edition Bonus: B6 (4.9" x 6.9") Pub-style Mirror 
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A miraculous story, loved across the globe.

Since its August 26 2016 premiere, its reputation spread through word of mouth, causing a social phenomenon, and (according to Kogyo Tsushinsha) earned the second largest gross for a domestic film in Japan, the first film in 15 years to break ¥20 billion at the box office! This film has made a momentous mark on the history of Japanese film.

That fervor extended beyond Japan, where it reached #7 at the Asian weekend box office (Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Thailand, China, South Korea, Vietnam), breaking records as the highest-grossing Japanese film in South Korea, China, Thailand, Taiwan and Vietnam.

Spirited animated film director Makoto Shinkai, who has worked on many ambitious titles such as "5 Centimeters Per Second" and "The Garden of Words," weaves beautifully and colorfully rendered tales of men and women passing through each other's lives through delicate scenery and subtle language. This "World of Shinkai" is a massive driving force and influence that transcends generation, industry and nationality.

"Your Name." is a drama about the distance born from the connection and gap between two people from different worlds, rendered on an overwhelmingly beautiful scale.

Japan's top talents worked on this film - the director of animation was the legendary Masashi Ando, who has worked on many Studio Ghibli films including "Spirited Away," and character designs were handled by Masayoshi Tanaka, a next-generation animator who worked on films such as "The Anthem of the Heart."

The voice talents are just as notable. Taki is voiced by talented actor and standout of his generation Ryunosuke Kamiki. And, heroine Mitsuha is played by Mone Kamishiraishi, who completely owned the role in her audition. With other such talent as Masami Nagasawa and Etsuko Ichihara, who have broken the barriers between
live action and voice acting, there is a truly amazing cast.

The story opens in Japan, one month after the passage of a comet not seen for 1000 years.

Mitsuha, a high school girl living in a rural village deep in the mountains, is stumbling through dreary days. Her father, the mayor, is in the middle of election campaigns, and there are also old customs she must follow at her family's shrine. Trapped in a tiny town and at an age where she is overly conscious of the eyes on her, her longing for the city grows and grows.

"Please let me be a cool Tokyo boy in the next life!!!"

One day, she has a dream in which she actually is a boy. She has a room she can't remember, friends she's never met, and the streets of Tokyo stretch out before her. Mitsuha sets about enjoying the city life she's always wanted.

At the same time, a boy named Taki who lives in Tokyo is also having a strange dream. He is a high school girl in a town deep in the mountains that he's never been to in his life.

The same strange dream keeps coming back. And then, it becomes clear that they are missing both memories and time. They realize--

"We're switching places!?"

Although the different life and body puts them off kilter every time they switch, Taki and Mitsuha slowly start to make the best of their reality. Through notes they leave for each other, sometimes they fight, and sometimes they have fun with each other's life, and learn to overcome the situation.

However, as soon as they have opened up, out of nowhere the switching stops. Taki, who had realized while they were switching that they shared a special connection, is determined to find and meet Mitsuha.

"I've never met you, but I'm going to look for you."

At the end of his search awaits an unexpected truth...

These two strangers met by chance.

The gears of fate begin to turn.

[ Film DISC Blu-ray ]
◆Bonus Footage
・Opening Day Celebratory Special "Makoto Shinkai - Genius Loved Across Japan"
Ryunosuke Kamiki gives the most thorough, passionate commentary on this title as well as director Makoto Shinkai! Jam-packed with gems of footage such as deep talks with the amazing cast.
・Ver. with English Theme Song
A version made to celebrate the North American release, with English subtitles and an English language theme song especially written by by Yojiro Noda of RADWIMPS.
・Trailer collection (quick news/announcement/TV spot)
・Director Makoto Shinkai Filmograpy - feature collecting all the works director Makoto Shinkai has been involved with so far.

[ Film DISC 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray ]
◆Bonus Footage
・Trailer collection (quick news/announcement/TV spot)
・Ver. with English Theme Song

[ Bonus DISC 1 ]
◆Video Storyboard Animatic
A video storyboard animatic that could be called the blueprint of the entire work by Makoto Shinkai.
◆ The Making of "Your Name." Feature
A making-of documentary following the work process during the final year or so before completion.

[ Bonus DISC 2 ]
◆Visual Commentary (Ryunosuke Kamiki, Mone Kamishiraishi, RADWIMPS)
A valuable visual commentary track that allows you to watch the movie while listening to secret stories about the dubbing and music production etc.
◆Unused Voice Clips
Unreleased feature containing voice clips that weren't used in the final film.
◆Clean Opening
◆Suntory Tennensui Commercial
◆Sparkle [ original ver. ] -Your Name. Music Video edition-
Special music video re-edited by director Makoto Shinkai for the original ver. song

[ Bonus DISC 3 ]
◆ The Story of "Your Name." -Role of Stories in the Modern Age- Video Lecture by Director Makoto Shinkai
Director Makoto Shinkai himself explains the creation of the story and the meaning behind each scene.
◆ Event Footage Collection
Production Announcement Press Conference, World Premiere in LA, Kimi ni Kansha! Giving Thanks to Huge Hits, Busan International Film Festival, Large-scale Chorus Screening Event

Ryunosuke Kamiki
Mone Kamishiraishi
Ryo Narita
Aoi Yuki
Nobunaga Shimazaki
Kaito Ishikawa
Kanon Tani
Masami Nagasawa
Etsuko Ichihara


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