During the concert Zombieland Saga LIVE – Franchouchou Saga yo Tomoni Waite Kure, held last weekend in the Makuhari messe, the franchise of Zombieland saga it also ran a fundraising campaign for the Saga Prefecture to help rebuild the region after flooding in August during an unusually heavy rainy season. Thus, the official Twitter account announced that 1,837,952 yen in total, equivalent to around 16,078 US dollars, were collected during the two days of the event.
The money will be delivered to the Saga Prefectural Community Treasury Japan, a non-profit organization that collects donations for the prefecture and then distributes them where they are needed, through the Japan Post Bank, allocating relief funds for the heavy rain and flood event of August 2021. The Treasury has offices in all the prefectures of Japan for those regions, so that it is the locals who decide which non-governmental organizations and families need help her and not a great organization.
The twelve-episode first season of Zombieland saga was released in October 2018 in Japan, with the production of the studios MAPPA, under the direction of Munehisa Sakai and scripts written by Shigeru Murakoshi. A second season premiered on April 8 in Japan and had twelve episodes, while Crunchyroll transmits it in the West. The production of a feature film is confirmed.
Zombieland Saga Synopsis
Throughout the ages, a group of legendary girls have turned into zombie idols to save Saga Prefecture. It’s the return of the cutting-edge zombie idol anime! One day, Minamoto Sakura lost her life in an unfortunate accident. Ten years later… When Sakura wakes up in a strange mansion, the mysterious idol producer Tatsumi Kotaro tells her that he will join a group of legendary girls to form an idol unit. The seven girls have the mission to save the missing Saga Prefecture and adopt the group name Franchouchou.
After overcoming difficulties stemming from their different ages and periods in history, their undead zombie bodies allow them to defy expectations of what idols can be. During the last winter of the Heisei Era, they gave their first concert at the Furusato exhibition hall in Karatsu, Arpino, taking another step towards becoming a legend. Now, in the modern Reiwa Era… The curtain rises on a new chapter in Franchouchou’s history, as they march into a bright and hopeful future.
Source: Official Twitter Account
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