Ikite'ru Yorokobi Lyrics
From the AnimeSakura Wars サクラ大戦
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The Imperial, Paris, and New York Combat Revues' Flower Divisions are annihilated in the Great Demon War in 1930, two years after the events of So Long, My Love. The World Combat Revue Organization is formed with several international divisions, and a biennial international Combat Revue tournament is organized, with the Earth at peace and the revues' actions becoming public.
Sakura Amamiya, a swordswoman and new recruit; Hatsuho Shinonome, a shrine maiden and the most popular actress; Anastasia Palma, a newly-transferred Greek actress; Azami Mochizuki, a ninja prodigy from the Mochizuki clan; and Clarissa "Clarise" Snowflake, a Luxembourgian noblewoman are among the Imperial Japanese Navy captain Seijuurou Kamiyama's Flower The division faces a new demon invasion and competes in the upcoming tournament, all while attempting to keep their Imperial Theater home open.
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Sakura Wars, also known as Sakura Taisen in Japan, is a Sega-owned Japanese steampunk media franchise created by Oji Hiroi. It is centered on a collection of cross-genre video games. The first game in the series was released in 1996, followed by five sequels and a slew of spin-off titles. The series, set in a fictionalized version of the Taish period, depicts groups of women with magical abilities battling demonic threats with steam-powered mecha. The original Sakura Wars was a big game for the Sega Saturn, which was still in development at the time. Because of the overlap of the tactical role-playing, dating sim, and visual novel genres in the first game, Sega labeled it a "dramatic adventure," a moniker that has stuck with the series throughout its existence. The majority of the games were co-developed by Red Entertainment and Sega until 2008, when the series was put on hold. Due to popular demand, Sega relaunched the series as the sole developer. Anime cutscenes by notable studios such as Production I.G. and music by composer Kohei Tanaka are recurring elements. As of 2010, the series had sold over 4.5 million copies and received critical and popular acclaim. The original Sega console games for the Saturn and Dreamcast have been voted among the most popular. Numerous anime productions, manga, and other media projects, such as stage shows, are part of the Sakura Wars franchise. The video game series has not been released in English, with the exception of Sakura Wars: So Long, My Love and the 2019 soft reboot. Several anime series have been dubbed in English for the English-speaking market.
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