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New Precure Movie Serves Up Anime Short to Go with It

The film Delicious Party Precure The Movie: The Dreaming Child’s Lunch (Eiga Delicious Party♡Precure Yume Miru ♡ Okosama Lunch in the original Japanese) is hitting theaters in Japan on September 23. But it turns out moviegoers are being offered a little something extra. In addition to watching the film, they’ll be treated to an anime short called My Very Own Kid’s Lunch (Watashi dake no Oko-sama Lunch in Japanese).

Not a whole lot of information has been released about the short. But we do know that it will have characters from Tropical-Rouge! Precure, Healin’ Good Precure, Star Twinkle Precure, and Delicious Party Precure. And we can only assume it will be very pink and cute.

The Delicious Party Precure The Movie: The Dreaming Child’s Lunch film is being directed by Akifumi Zako, who has previously worked on Hugtto! Precure. Script writing credit goes to Jin Tanaka, who is known in the Precure franchise for working on Eiga Mahō Tsukai Precure! Kiseki no Henshin! Cure Mofurun!, and Star Twinkle Precure: Hoshi no Uta ni Omoi wo Komete. Hitomi Matsuura from Precure Miracle Universe is working on both character design and chief animation director.

Music composition is done by Shiho Terada. The movie’s theme song is “Yōkoso, Okosama♡Dreamia” (translated as “Welcome to the Child’s Dreamia”) and is performed by Moeha Nochimoto.

The Delicious Party♡Precure anime series is the 19th in the pretty and popular Precure anime series. It’s being streamed as a simultaneous release by Crunchyroll, and is also on Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime Video, among others.

The theme for the story in the latest part of the franchise is “Meals bring smiling faces.” All cuisine comes from Cookingdom, but the Bundoru gang seems to have filched the Recipe-Bon, where all recipes are kept.

Would you be interested in seeing the anime short that goes with the movie?

Source: ANN


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