Type-Moon’s novel visual, Mahotsukai no Yoru: Witch on the Holy Night, is set to receive an anime adaptation as a feature film by ufotable. Recently, a new teaser video has been released, indicating that the anime project is still in the production phase. The visual novel is set in the late 1980s and follows the story of Sojuro Shizuki, a young man who moves to a village and encounters the witch Alice Kuonji and her apprentice Aoko Aozaki. Together, they navigate life in an ancient house. Authored by Kinoko Nasu, the visual novel was released in 2012.
The teaser video provides a glimpse into the world of Mahotsukai no Yoru, creating anticipation among fans eager to see how ufotable will bring this magical tale to life on the big screen. As the production progresses, viewers can expect an immersive experience with the distinct animation style that ufotable is renowned for, especially given their success with other Type-Moon adaptations.
Mahotsukai no Yoru is celebrated for its captivating narrative and characters, and the transition to anime is met with enthusiasm from both existing fans of the visual novel and those anticipating ufotable’s interpretation. As the details unfold, anime enthusiasts can look forward to the magical journey that Mahotsukai no Yoru promises to deliver in its animated form.