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Seiya Kanie is a good looking, perfectionist boy who is forced by the mysterious Isuzu Sento to visit an amusement park named Amagi Brilliant Park, which is in serious financial trouble and about to be closed forever. The park is actually staffed by refugees from a magical realm called Maple Land and the park is a facility for harvesting magical energy from visitors while they're having fun. As such, the park is the only way the refugees can maintain their existence in the human realm.
To save the park from closing, Seiya is hired by the owner, Latifah Fleuranza, the princess of Maple Land (whom Seiya met before when he was a young boy), to become its new manager and use his skills in entertainment to save it. However, they have only three months to attract 250,000 visitors, a feat that seems impossible given the park's current situation.
A manga adaptation with art by Kimitake Yoshioka started serialization in Fujimi Shobo's shōnen manga magazine Monthly Dragon Age with the March 2014 issue sold on February 8. The series has been compiled in two tankōbon volumes, released on June 7 and October 8, 2014. A four-panel comic strip manga illustrated by Kōji Azuma titled Amagi Brilliant Park? Fumo (甘城ブリリアントパーク?ふも) began serialization in Monthly Dragon Age with the June 2014 issue. A third manga titled Amagi Brilliant Park the animation (甘城ブリリアントパークthe animation), written by the AmaBri Restoration Committee (甘ブリ再生委員会 Amaburi Saisei Iinkai) and illustrated by Ami Hakui, will begin serialization on Kadokawa's ComicWalker website.
Amagi Brilliant Park is a Japanese light novel series by Shoji Gatoh. The first light novel volume was published by Fujimi Shobo under their Fujimi Fantasia Bunko imprint on February 20, 2013. As of June 2016, eight volumes have been published.
A spin-off light novel series, written by Keishō Yanagawa and titled Amagi Brilliant Park: Maple Summoner, was first published by Fujimi Fantasia Bunko on October 18, 2014. As of February 2015, three volumes have been published.
|Light Novel Volume 1
|February 20, 2013||ISBN 978-4-82-913828-1|
|Light Novel Volume 2
|August 20, 2013||ISBN 978-4-82-913921-9|
|Light Novel Volume 3
|January 8, 2014||ISBN 978-4-04-070004-5|
|Light Novel Volume 4
|June 20, 2014||ISBN 978-4-04-070207-0|
|Light Novel Volume 5
|October 18, 2014||ISBN 978-4-04-070208-7|
|Light Novel Volume 6
|April 18, 2015||ISBN 978-4-04-070209-4|
|Maple Summoner Volume 1
(甘城ブリリアントパーク メープルサモナー 1?)
|October 18, 2014||ISBN 978-4-04-070287-2|
|Maple Summoner Volume 2
(甘城ブリリアントパーク メープルサモナー 2?)
|November 20, 2014||ISBN 978-4-04-070288-9|
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A 13-episode anime television series adaptation produced by Kyoto Animation and directed by Yasuhiro Takemoto aired between October 6 and December 25, 2014. The opening theme is "Extra Magic Hour" (エクストラ・マジック・アワー Ekusutora Majikku Awā), performed by Akino with bless4. The ending theme is "Let's Meet at the Elementario!" (エレメンタリオで会いましょう! Erementario de Aimashō!), performed by Brilliant4, a voice actress unit composed of Yuka Aisaka, Tomoyo Kurosawa, Shiori Mikami, and Minami Tsuda. Additionally, there is an original video animation episode bundled with the seventh volume of the DVD and Blu-ray discs, and seven mini-episode side stories titled Amagi Brilliant Park: Wakuwaku Mini Theater - Rakugaki Backstage that were also bundled with the DVD and Blu-ray volumes.
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