Ryuu to Sobakasu no Hime Songs Lyrics

Belle | 竜とそばかすの姫
Ryuu to Sobakasu no Hime Songs Lyrics


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Anime Information

Title:Ryuu to Sobakasu no Hime

Also Called:Belle | 竜とそばかすの姫


Released on year:2004

Released in:Fall

Num Episodes:26


Introducing "U": an expansive virtual realm where the multitude of users can forge alternate lives and bask in the euphoria of a fresh start. Amidst the staggering count of five billion individuals, a dazzling sensation emerges, captivating the masses with her enchanting melodies. Meet Belle, a mesmerizing songstress whose dulcet tones effortlessly ensnare the hearts of her fans. However, within this veiled realm of avatars and hidden identities, a burning curiosity ignites, urging the desperate pursuit of Belle's true essence. Suzu Naito, a timid soul hailing from a tranquil countryside, grapples with a harrowing past that has stripped her of her voice, resulting in countless shattered dreams and physical afflictions. But fate intervenes when Suzu steps foot into the auspicious domain of U, resurrecting her ability to serenade the world once more. Adopting the elusive moniker of "Belle," her extraordinary vocal prowess rapidly spreads like wildfire, amassing copious adulation and unwarranted animosity. Yet, amidst the pandemonium, whispers of an enigmatic entity dubbed "The Dragon" run rampant within the realms of U. Could this creature, existing only in murmurs and myth, hold the key to unraveling the tangled web of Belle's existence? As serendipity would have it, Belle crosses paths with this seemingly malevolent force during a pulsating performance - a meeting that turns her preconceived notions on their head. Mysteriously, The Dragon proves to possess an unexpected benevolence that defies the chilling narratives surrounding its enshrouded persona. And so, a compelling tale unfolds, both within the ethereal boundaries of U and the tangible world at large, where Suzu must confront the daunting challenges of self-discovery, fame's burdensome embrace, and the courageous act of unearthing one's own vulnerability. Prepare to be enthralled as the gripping saga of identity and the pursuit of authenticity unfolds before your very eyes - a story where boundaries blur, and hearts yearn to be set free.


Based on the beloved 1756 French fairy tale, Beauty and the Beast, the extraordinary masterpiece known as "Ryuu to Sobakasu no Hime" took the world by storm when it made its dazzling debut at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival on July 15, 2021. The film's enchanting storyline captured the hearts of audiences, leaving them spellbound and fueling a standing ovation that lasted a remarkable 14 minutes. This mesmerizing cinematic gem soared to great heights, becoming the third highest-grossing movie in Japan during 2021, effortlessly amassing a staggering 6.53 billion yen in box office revenue by December 12th of the same year. Under the creative brilliance of Jin Kim, the esteemed character designer renowned for his contributions to Disney classics like "Tangled" and "Frozen," the heroine, Belle, was brought to life with extraordinary artistry. Gaining widespread recognition, "Ryuu to Sobakasu no Hime" earned five nominations in the prestigious 49th Annie Awards, including a coveted spot for Best Independent Animated Feature. This remarkable achievement solidified its place in history as the Japanese anime film with the highest number of Annie Award nominations ever received. As a testament to its enduring popularity, the film also received a novel adaptation, beautifully crafted by Kadokawa Bunko, which was released on June 12, 2021.