japan sinks 2020

Japan Sinks is one of the most anticipated anime series of 2020. The series, Japan Sinks 2020 is an adaptation of a book written by Sakyo Komatsu. The book was released in 1973. The name of the book was the same, Japan Sinks: 2020. This the first time that the book, Japan Sinks: 2020 is being adapted as an anime series.

Masaki Yuasa is the director of the series and is animated by Science Saru.

It is a Sci-fi disaster anime. One of the reasons for the anticipation of this series is maybe because of the situation we all are facing today. Maybe, this series turns out to be relatable to us? Maybe, it is just a coincidence that Sakyo Komatsu wrote a book on disaster, Japan faces in 2020.

Well, there is a whole website dedicated to the upcoming series. (Link: https://japansinks2020.com/). The website has all the upcoming news about the series. However, you will have to change the language of the website, as it originally is in Japanese.

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The plot of Japan Sinks: 2020

The story is set around in a city of Japan in the year 2020. A scientist discovers that Archipelago will sink into the sea after Japan endures earthquakes.  This series is about how the continent of Japan is on the brim of sinking in the sea after the earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.

The trailer of Japan Sinks 2020 was released a few days back. In the trailer, we can see the protagonist running through the middle of a city that is being destroyed by the natural calamities.
Despite everything, more data about the story of Japan Sinks: 2020 has been restricted before the release. This is the best we could get.

Release Date of Japan Sinks: 2020

The official announcement of the adaption of the book into the anime series was made on October 9, 2019. The series will be released on June 9, 2020, worldwide, exclusively on Netflix.

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Voice Cast of Japan Sinks: 2020

Tomomi Muranaka as Go Muto
Yûko Sasaki as Mari Muto
Masaki Terasoma as Koichiro Muto
Reina Ueda as Ayumu Muto