Civilization had died after the war, but Chito and Yuuri are still alive. By riding on a kettenkrad, they survive on food and fuel and travel in a world they once knew. In a world laid empty, what is the reason they live and what are they looking for?
Karim Ibrahim (KAORI Newsline)
The anime is produced by White Fox studio, which also handles popular anime adaptation such as Re:Zero and Steins; Gate, which is one of the main draw for me to watch it. In addition, Inori Minase also plays one of the main characters (Chito) in this anime. At the start of the first episode, Chito and Yuuri are shown driving a Kettenkrad, a motor-like vehicle that has an auxiliary module with a wagon and treads like those used in tanks.
The design of the characters remind me of Made in Abyss, with cute and rounded face. Where kids are adventuring in a pretty dangerous and distopian world. By the time Chito having a dream, she seemed to remember the past, where she and Yuuri received a key from someone at wartime. A prologue that may be enough to be a fragment of the direction of the storyline.
Facts and Figures
|Alternate Title||Girls’ Last Tour
|Source Material||Manga by Tsukumizu|
|Casts||Inori Minase as Chito
Yurika Kubo as Yuuri
|Director||Takaharu Ozaki (debut as series director)|
|Script||Kazuyuki Fudeyasu (Hetalia, Is the Order a Rabbit)|
|Character Design||Mai Toda (Matoi the Sacred Slayer)|
|Opening Theme||“Ugoku, ugoku” by Inori Minase dan Yurika Kubo|
|Ending Theme||“More One Night” oleh Inori Minase dan Yurika Kubo|
|Broadcast Date||6 October 2017 (1230 GMT / 1930 WIB / 2130 JST)|
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