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The story centers around Ryōken, a young man who lamented his misfortune and despised temples and monks. He had placed all his hope on his unborn child, but an unfortunate incident took everything away from him. In his time of despair and suffering in the dark, Ryōken came across the preachings of the holy priest Rennyo. They tell the answer to “why do we live?,” as revealed by the monk Shinran. Finding new meaning, Ryōken becomes Rennyo’s apprentice. Angry at the increase of followers at Honnōdera, the other Buddhist sects chase Rennyo and Ryōken out of Kyoto. Seeking a new place of worship, the two arrive in Yoshizaki (Fukui) in the Hokuriku region.

Hideaki Oba (Alice in the Country of Hearts: Wonderful Wonder WorldPandalianOmakase Scrappers) is directing the film, and Takamori himself and Kiyoto Wada co-wrote the script. Masaaki Kannan (Hetalia – Axis PowersOishinboGifū Dōdō!! Kanetsugu to Keiji) designed the characters, and Suurkiitos is distributing the film.

The cast includes film actor Kotaro Satomi (Agatha Christie no Meitantei Poirot to Marple) in his first anime film role as Rennyo, Katsuyuki Konishi as Ryōken, Hideyuki TanakaAyumi Fujimura, and Takaaki Seki.

Ichimannendo published and sold one million copies of the original book in Japanese, and it also published an English translation under the title, Why do we live?.

From 1992 to 1999, AIC produced Sekai no Hikari: Shinran Seijin, a six-part original video anime series about the life of the monk Shinran.

Source: Anime News Network

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