Noragami: "Shichi Fuku Project" launched to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the TV anime Newly drawn illustrations released

It has been announced that the "Seven Lucky Fortunes Project" will be launched to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the broadcast of the TV anime "Noragami," which is based on the popular manga by Adachitoka. As the first step, a special visual drawn by character designer Toshihiro Kawamoto will be produced, and the "Yato, Yukine, Hiyori Ver." has been released. The illustration shows Yato, Yukine, and Hiyori wearing matching T-shirts based on the theme "What if Yato designed a 10th anniversary T-shirt?" and was created based on Adachi's illustration. Illustrations of other characters will be released in the future.

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The second release, a Blu-ray disc (BD) box set of the anime, "MEMORIAL Blu-ray BOX", will be released on October 16th. It will include all 12 episodes of the TV anime "Noragami", all 13 episodes of "Noragami ARAGOTO", all 4 episodes of the OAD (original anime DVD) "Noragami OAD", as well as "TV Anime 'Noragami' Special Event - May the connection be with you -" and "TV Anime 'Noragami ARAGOTO' - MATSURIGOTO -".

As the third installment, the TV anime "Noragami" will be streamed for free for a limited time on Avex Pictures' official YouTube channel. Episodes 1 to 6 are currently streaming and will be available until noon on August 9th. Episodes 7 to 12 will be available from 6pm on August 9th to noon on September 9th. A non-credit opening video featuring the opening themes "Goya no Machiawase" and "Hello Sleepwalkers" from "Noragami", as well as a non-credit ending video featuring the ending themes "Heart Realize" and "Tia" have also been released.

"Noragami" began serialization in December 2010 in "Monthly Shonen Magazine" (Kodansha). It depicts the lives of Yato the God, an unemployed man with no fixed address, and Hiyori Iki, a girl who is prone to astral projection, as they fight against evil spirits. The final episode aired in January of this year, bringing the 13-year serialization to a close. The comic has sold over 8 million copies worldwide.

The first season of the TV anime aired from January to March 2014, and the second season from October to December 2015. It has also been adapted into a game and a stage play.