Tengoku Daimakyo stars Gen Sato and Sayaka Sembongi share special message to Filipino fans

With the anime on its final few episodes, Tengoku Daimakyo stars Gen Sato and Sayaka Sembongi shared special messages to Filipino fans.

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With the anime in its final few episodes, Tengoku Daimakyo stars Gen Sato and Sayaka Sembongi shared special messages to Filipino fans.

In case you missed it, Tengoku Daimakyo (or Heavenly Delusion) is a new anime series by Production IG that’s based on the manga of the same name that started streaming on Disney+ back in April.

The series has quickly become one of the highlights of the season thanks to its impressive animation, compelling characters, and mysterious post-apocalyptic world.

Recently, we got to ask a couple of questions to the show’s stars, Sato (Maru) and Sembongi (Kiruko). There, they shared their thoughts on the anime, though they also each shared a message for anime fans in the Philippines. Specifically, the two shared their thanks to fans, and they expressed they’re interest in visiting the Philippine in the future.

 

Firstly, Sato said:

“TENGOKU-DAIMAKYO can be seen in many different ways, and you will be moved anyway. It goes beyond conventional genres.

You can watch it again and again, and each time you’ll find something new and you’ll say “Wow! Now I understand why he says that here!”

Hope that’s how you watch it!

I’d really love to see animation fans in the Philippines someday soon!”

Meanwhile, Sembongi shared:

“Thank you for watching TENGOKU-DAIMAKYO! It’s great you can see current Japanese anime.

One day I’d love to visit your country! I hope you carry on enjoying TENGOKU-DAIMAKYO!”

Given Disney’s focus on bringing and promoting anime through Disney+, here’s hoping that we see more exciting shows like Tengoku Daimakyo become available on the platform soon.

For more on the stars of Tengoku Daimakyo, check out the full interview with Sato and Sembongi here:

Full Interview: Gen Sato and Sayaka Sembongi on the genre-defying anime ‘Tengoku Daimakyo’