Sayonara Tyranno: Release Date and Watch Online

Sayonara Tyranno is expected to release on 10th December 2021. Fans are really excited about this upcoming anime.

Sayonara Tyranno is a Japanese-Chinese-South Korean film. The film is directed by Kobun Shizuno at Tezuka Productions. It began publishing on Toei Animation. It is primarily based on Tatsuya Miyanishi‘s Tyrannosaurus collection of kids’ books.

Sayonara Tyranno: Storyline 

This film features an exciting combination of Japanese, Chinese, and South Korean animation styles. It is inspired by children’s dinosaur-themed book, ‘Sayonara, Tyranno’ is a story about three dinosaurs on a journey searching for a place called ‘Heaven.’ Sayonara, Tyrano is a Japanese picture book series by Tatsuya Miyanishi, published by Poplar.

The series has animated film and anime adaptations. It sees the adventure and love story between a male tyrannosaurus that looks aggressive but does not make a kill and a female pteranodon.

Sayonara Tyranno

The trailer starts with how the main characters Tyranno, Phnom, and Tops met each other. The story moves on to a more interesting tone as our trio begins to face more challenges along their path.

Cast and Characters 

  • Shinichiro Miki as Tyrano, a tyrannosaurus rex who is afraid of the dark.
  • Kaori Ishihara as Punon, a pteranodon who cannot fly.
  • Aoi Yuki as Tops, a triceratops who has been separated from their parents.

Sayonara Tyranno

The other cast members include Katsuyuki Konishi, Kikuko Inoue, Toshiyuki Morikawa, Nobuyuki Hiyama, and Unshou Ishizuka.

Sayonara Tyranno Release Date 

It is a Japanese-Chinese-South Korean film. This movie is full of cute characters and amazing visuals. The film has been delayed for a long time due to the COVID-19 crisis.

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Now it is finally released in Japan. Fans are eagerly waiting for the movie. Now, the wait is over, as Sayonara Tyranno is going to premiere on 10th December 2021.

Where to Watch 

The anime is available to stream online on Toei Animation.

Stay tuned with Stanford Art Review for more updates.

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