Tamayura Mirai Visual Novel Announced for 2023 English Release by Shiravune

Publisher Shiravune has announced the English version of Tamayura Mirai, a fantasy rom-com visual novel developed by Azurite (Mysteries of the Heart: The Psychic Detective Case Files) and released in Japan in 2019. Though a specific date wasn’t announced, they revealed the game will have a Spring 2023 release and it’ll be available on Steam.

Tamayura Mirai is written by Nissy (Wagamama High Spec‘s Toa route, Kinkoi: Golden Loveriche‘s Akane route) and Touta (Sabbat of the Witch, Floral Flowlove), and it includes illustrations by Ameto Yuki (Fureraba), Izumi Nanase and Matsumiya Kiseri (Floral Flowlove) with SD art by Yuzuki Gao (Floral Flowlove). The title won the Moege Award as a “User Favorite” back in 2019.

The story takes place in a town called Fukano which seems to have some connection to the supernatural as humans and youkais used to live there in harmony. Though this is said to have happened a long time ago, even now there’s something in the air that makes it seem otherworldly.

Mutsuki Yohane is a young boy from a lineage of sorcerers who lives in this place. After a specific incident, he continues to dive deep into the inexplicable phenomena that afflicts Fukano trying to help humans and non-humans to coexist peacefully.

During a summer vacation, a young woman called Yukina Kamikake goes back to Fukano looking for “something she lost” which she calls Otsuki. This girl has a lot of magical power and her meeting with the protagonist will set the events of the story into motion. She’s voiced by Yatsuhashi Cinnamon, who also worked as Yuuri Miyakaze in Trinoline and Mikuri Amamiya in Amairo Chocolate.

Other important characters in Tamayura Mirai include the high class girl, Midari Suishouseki (VA: Kusuhara Yui); the unexpressive maid, Hanako Nekotengu (VA: Anzu Hana); and the older sister who looks petite, Shiro Kohaku (VA: Anzu Mitsu). Each of them is somehow connected to the protagonist and the spirit world, which should be further explored in the branching routes.

Check out the first screenshots of the game shared by Shiravune (still in Japanese):

Tamayura Mirai‘s opening theme is called Koko ni Iru Kara and performed by Itou Kanako, a popular singer of many theme songs for classics such as Chaos;Head and Steins;Gate, many Nitroplus and Nitro+Chiral games (such as endings for Full Metal Daemon Muramasa and DRAMAtical Murder), and others.

We’ll be sure to keep you updated as Shiravune announces a release date for Tamayura Mirai as well as reveal other projects they have in store for 2023 and beyond.

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Ivanir Ignacchitti

Random Japanese games are my jam. Handhelds, RPGs, VNs and PC banzai.