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Mirai no Mirai


Alternative Titles

English: Mirai
Synonyms: Mirai of the Future
Japanese: 未来のミライ

Information

Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 20, 2018
Licensors: NYAV Post, GKIDS
Studios: Studio Chizu
Source: Original
Duration: 1 hr. 38 min.
Rating: G - All Ages

Statistics

Score: 7.511 (scored by 9,986 users)
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Ranked: #16532
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Popularity: #2128
Members: 35,578
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Synopsis

In a quiet corner of the city, four-year-old Kun Oota has lived a spoiled life as an only child with his parents and the family dog, Yukko. But when his new baby sister Mirai is brought home, his simple life is thrown upside-down; suddenly, it isn't all about him anymore. Despite his tantrums and nagging, Mirai is seemingly now the subject of all his parents' love.

To help him adapt to this drastic change, Kun is taken on an extraordinary journey through time, meeting his family's past, present, and future selves, as he learns not only what it means to be a part of a family, but also what it means to be an older brother.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Oota, Kun
Main
Kamishiraishi, Moka
Japanese
Oota, Mirai
Main
Kuroki, Haru
Japanese
Otousan
Supporting
Hoshino, Gen
Japanese
Seinen
Supporting
Fukuyama, Masaharu
Japanese
Yukko
Supporting
Yoshihara, Mitsuo
Japanese
Baaba
Supporting
Miyazaki, Yoshiko
Japanese
Okaasan
Supporting
Aso, Kumiko
Japanese
Jiiji
Supporting
Yakusho, Koji
Japanese

Staff

Hosoda, Mamoru
Director, Script, Original Creator
Yamashita, Tatsurou
Theme Song Performance


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"Mirai no Theme (ミライのテーマ)" by Tatsurou Yamashita

Edit Ending Theme

"Uta no Kisha (うたのきしゃ)" by Tatsurou Yamashita



More reviewsReviews

Aug 14, 2018
tgaffer (All reviews)
This movie is very experimental in a lot of ways, and I appreciate that. Is it a masterpiece? No. Is it the best work by Hosoda? No. But it is a very cute movie, surprisingly deep, with phenomenal artwork and cinematography.

Music: 10/10
The soundtrack is rreminiscient of Ookami Kodomo Ame to Yuki, and each song is gorgeous.

Plot: 8/10
I think the title and trailers were misleading, because they focused on Kun's younger sister, Mirai, visiting him from the future. This does happen, but it's a small part of the plot. The true title should be "Annoying Child Repeatedly Stumbles into his Courtyard and is Greeted read more
Feb 20, 2019
Karhu (All reviews)
Mirai no Mirai -- literally Mirai of the future in English -- is a children's movie about Kun, a 4 years-old boy who gets a little sister named Mirai and then becomes incredibly jealous because apparently his mother + father doesn't have any time for him anymore.

Kun spends his days yelling, crying, begging for attention, teasing his little sister and being annoying in every imaginable way until several different time travels occur and Kun gets to meet alternative timeline versions of his family members, including the older version of his little sister... after which he still does this exact same thing, but we get to read more
Jun 20, 2018
fillyy (All reviews)
Mirai, also known as Mirai no Mirai, is an animated film directed by Mamoru Hosoda. He has directed other notably well-received anime films such as Wolf Children, The Boy and the Beast, and The Girl Who Leapt Through Time. Mirai is about a boy named Kun who unexpectedly goes back in time on different occasions to meet his relatives from different eras. This film makes a wholesome and heartwarming statement -- that family shapes who we are and are the primary reason why we exist and we should be thankful and loving towards our family members, even in the toughest of times. This film shows read more
Dec 2, 2018
bitchassdarius (All reviews)
In the planning stage of Mirai no Mirai, significant consideration was put into the designing of the house in which the majority of the movie is set. In fact, director Mamoru Hosoda employed a real architect, Makoto Tanijiri, to design the Oota house. The house is a series of four levels, not quite stories as it were, connected by a series of steps on one side of the house. It's a peculiar layout, as noted in a throwaway comment made by the grandmother at the beginning, designed in-universe by the architect father. A sloped tracking shot near the beginning of the movie, similar to Wolf read more

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