Yo-kai Watch: Forever Friends

Yo-kai Watch: Forever Friends

Yo-Kai Watch: Forever Friends is a 2018 supernatural anime film produced by OLM, Inc. and distributed by Toho. It is the fifth film in the Yo-kai Watch film series, following the 2017 film Yo-kai Watch Shadowside: Oni-ō no Fukkatsu, and the second film set in the 1960s before the series' storyline, featuring a different character in the past movies named Shin who adventures onto the Yomakai with his Yo-kai Friend, Nekomata. It was directed by Shigeru Takahashi. It was released on Japanese theaters on December 14, 2018 alongside the first Dragon Ball Super movie, Dragon Ball Super: Broly, and the Japanese dub of The Grinch.


"Sakura Motomachi, Tokyo in the 1960s. Jack, a boy who lived happily, despite being poor, loses his mother, his only family member, and falls into deep misfortune. Alistar, a boy who saves Jack. He also lost his older sister. Those two boys are joined by Tae, a girl who can see Yo-kai, and together with Jack's guardian spirit Sū-san, and new Yo-kai such as Gusto, they take on a mysterious incident in order to retrieve the souls of their precious family! And what is the shocking truth that awaits them...!? This is a story about the friendship formed between three children and Yo-kai―"


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    director Shigeharu Takahashi
    genre adventure fantasy
    keywords older sister shock tokyo
    musicBy Kenichiro Saigo
    productionCompany OLM, Inc.
    publisher Toho
    theme animated anime japanese