The story put forth in last year’s Noragami stage play isn’t over yet. There’s still more to see in Noragami: Gods and Bonds, and the lead actors are promising something truly special with this new performance.
The latest visual for the production depicts the cast in two long rows stretching out past lead actors Hiroki Suzuki (left, as Yato) and Keisuke Ueda (right, as Yukine).
The show, which goes up next month, is an original story, picking up where last year’s stage play left off. Suzuki says he is looking forward to presenting this never-before-seen story to the audience. Ueda adds that, after working hard in the previous performance, he can’t wait to show audiences more about the relationship between the two characters.
Noragami: Gods and Bonds runs from February 16-26 at the AiiA 2.5 Theater Tokyo. Tickets range from 6,800 yen (about $60.13) to 9,800 yen (about $86.66). Additionally, a live simulcast of the final performance will be shown at movie theaters nationwide.
More information is available on the official site.
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