Tsubasa: Tokyo Revelations

Tsubasa RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE: Tokyo Revelations

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Synonyms: Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle OVA, Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle: Tokyo Revelations
English: Tsubasa RESERVoir CHRoNiCLE: Tokyo Revelations
German: Tsubasa CHRoNiCLE: Toyko Revelations
French: Tsubasa CHRoNiCLE: Tokyo Révélations
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Type: OVA
Episodes: 3
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Nov 16, 2007 to Mar 17, 2008
Producers: Kodansha
Licensors: Funimation
Studios: Production I.G
Source: Manga
Genres: ActionAction, AdventureAdventure, DramaDrama, FantasyFantasy, RomanceRomance
Demographic: ShounenShounen
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: R - 17+ (violence & profanity)


Score: 8.281 (scored by 4548745,487 users)
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Ranked: #2832
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Popularity: #2140
Members: 96,130
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Continuing their journey from Record Country (the place that held the book of memories), Syaoran and company land into Tokyo Country, a blood-filled country under war from opposing factions for natural resources and survival. While reluctantly involved in the race to live, the group faces their own problems as certain revelations are made, changing their journey forever.

A shocking betrayal and a battle that risks all of their lives. After this revelation, they will never be the same again.


Bundled with the limited editions of the 21st, 22nd, and 23rd volumes of the Tsubasa Chronicle manga.

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Characters & Voice Actors


Cook, Justin
Kuroki, Rui
Matsushita, Takuya
Tada, Shunsuke
Director, Episode Director, Storyboard


Opening Theme

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"Synchronicity" by Makino Yui

Ending Theme

"Saigo no Kajitsu" by Sakamoto Maaya


Mar 23, 2008
The continuation of the ever-so-great series Tsubasa Chronicle, this OVA (Original Video Animation) series was as good as expected, maybe even better. The group we are familiar with has now entered a Tokyo in which all but two buildings has been destroyed by acid rain. They encounter new people, and as the title suggests, there's some revelations waiting for them as well as anyone who watch this.

I really enjoyed the story. Albeit too rushed: I had trouble understanding at times, though everything's clear now. I think it could've been twice the length it was without really being any worse. Anyway, it was really great, from ...
Jul 1, 2008
Tsubasa Chronicle's anime experience has been a very rocky one. In spite of staying true to the manga to an extent, the original TV series was shameless in it's amateur art styl, jilted animation, and wholly uneven pacing. Fans got a brief look at something amazing when the short movie came out and wondered, "what if Production I.G. did the canon story of Tsubasa?"

Wonder no more.

Tsubasa Chronicle: Tokyo Revelations is quite literally a godsend, not only for the poor souls that suffered through the uninspired Bee Train adaptation, but also those (myself included) who felt the artwork and pacing for the manga chapters the OVA ...
Apr 29, 2015
Mixed Feelings
Tsubasa: Tokyo Revelations was pretty special at times, it had the kind of CLAMP magic that you see in various other media by them, such as Magic Knight Rayearth, Cardcaptor Sakura, or even Code Geass.

The kind of annoying thing is it has this spark of imagination that is so often underpowered because it ends up being poured into a conventional kind of gooey cheesy romance.

Moreover, there is a grating sense of disconnectedness fueled by the anime's bizzare relationship to the previous anime, the manga itself, and events in the future, as well as current events, which all do not ever really feel that ...

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