Yoru no Kuni

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Synonyms: Night World, Night Country
Japanese: 夜の国


Type: ONA
Episodes: 3
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 16, 2021 to Sep 12, 2021
Producers: None found, add some
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Studio Daisy
Source: Original
Genre: FantasyFantasy
Theme: IyashikeiIyashikei
Duration: 8 min. per ep.
Rating: G - All Ages


Score: 7.441 (scored by 48704,870 users)
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Ranked: #20072
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #5491
Members: 13,332
Favorites: 51

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22-ji no Annaibito (The 22 O'Clock Guide)
Refusing to accept the death of her beloved dog, Choco, a young girl named Chiyo falls asleep, only to wake up in the Night World. She is greeted by Yoru, an entity that guides her through the realm of the darkest, most beautiful time of day. As Chiyo learns to cope with the loss in her heart, the starless world around her begins to light up.

26-ji no Sagashimono (The 26 O'Clock Search)
Since childhood, best friends Hina and Tsumugi have used an exchange diary as a token of their friendship. Angered that Hina wants to open up the diary to include a new girl she has befriended, the jealous Tsumugi throws it away. Upon falling asleep, she wakes up in front of a labyrinth within the Night World. Initially refusing to take Yoru's help, Tsumugi searches for an answer to her predicament, but she is confronted by her feelings of loneliness instead.

4-ji no Tegami (The 4 O'Clock Letter)
Another morning is approaching, and the thought fills Akatsuki with dread. Dejected from her inability to build a career, she begins to throw away her art pieces, stumbling upon an old sketchbook in the process. Within the book is a letter from a former friend who, a long time ago, had given her hope. As she continues going through her belongings, Akatsuki starts to remember the friend's identity—and she might even discover her fading passion for painting.

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Characters & Voice Actors


Suwabe, Junichi


Kuno, Misaki


Nitta, Emi




Director, Storyboard
Inserted Song Performance
Aoi, Takashi
Art Director
Shimizu, Rio
Editing, Director of Photography


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Ending Theme

3: "Hoshi no Kieta Yoru ni -rit. ver.- (星の消えた夜に-rit. ver.-)" by Aimer
1: "Trill (トリル)" by Aimer
2: "Grace Note (グレースノート)" by Aimer


Oct 19, 2021
I just stumbled upon this hidden underrated gem, and oh boy I didn't regret watching it. I don't write reviews since I'm too lazy to write, but this anime needs some attention, so this is my first review. (it's not gonna be that long)

This is such a unique anime for me because it's not like any other mainstream anime such us today, and it's just shocking that it's not well known considering it's a short anime with such a fantastic narrative and heartwarming story.

The third episode hit me like a truck, It's just so relatable. Finding the path on what you'd love to do, you ...
Sep 12, 2021
Yoru No Kuni tells stories about problems kids face like moving on from loss or jealously between friends, its an age old story with very common themes and nothing new or original is necessarily presented, the characters are not especially memorable either.

However the music and visuals are stunning and make this short series stand out in an absolutely magical way, if you enjoy series that are short and to the point but carry strong emotional impact with how they are presented, you will enjoy this story and beautiful night world it takes place in.

This work seems like a first time production for a new studio, ...
Sep 12, 2021
So...I basically had no idea this anime even existed until I randomly stumbled across it on a website where I often downloaded anime. I looked up info about it and decided to watch the first episode on a whim...and boy, am I glad I did! Seriously, what the hell is this anime?! Where did it come from?! And why is it so friggin' amazing?! Yoru no Kuni, meant to be some kind of animated promotional vehicle for the singer Aimer's newest album, directed by some dude named Ryo-timo (real name Ryosuke Sawa, who worked on shows like Noein and Beck: Mongolian Chop Squad), completely took ...

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Poll: Yoru no Kuni Episode 3 Discussion
NextUniverse - Sep 12, 2021
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Oct 3, 2021 5:20 PM
Poll: Yoru no Kuni Episode 1 Discussion
SheyCroix - Apr 16, 2021
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Sep 23, 2021 3:15 PM
Poll: Yoru no Kuni Episode 2 Discussion
TheCeeJayz - Jun 5, 2021
4 repliesby lizzziziz »»
Sep 20, 2021 12:12 AM
How many episodes and when's the next one coming out?
madelajn3 - Apr 17, 2021
13 repliesby Firechick12012 »»
Aug 30, 2021 4:53 PM
Yoru no Kuni Ep 2
CodeMoon - Jun 4, 2021
4 repliesby CaptainKenshiro »»
Jun 4, 2021 10:20 PM
It’s time to ditch the text file.
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