Mirai no Mirai

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In a quiet corner of the city, four-year-old Kun Oota has lived a spoiled life as an only child with his parents and the family dog, Yukko. But when his new baby sister Mirai is brought home, his simple life is thrown upside-down; suddenly, it isn't all about him anymore. Despite his tantrums and nagging, Mirai is seemingly now the subject of all his parents' love. To help him adapt to this drastic change, Kun is taken on an extraordinary journey through time, meeting his family's past, present, and future selves, as he learns not only what it means to be a part of a family, but also what it means to be an older brother.

User Rating: 3.87 ( 6 votes)


English: Mirai
Japanese: 未来のミライ
Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 20, 2018
Producers: Toho, NTT Docomo, Nippon Television Network, Kadokawa, D.N.dreampartners, Sonilude
Licensors: NYAV Post, GKIDS
Studios: Studio Chizu
Source: Original
Genres: Adventure, Drama, Fantasy
Duration: 1 hr 38 min
Rating: G – All Ages
Resolution: 720p, 1080p
Type: BD, Eng Sub


Genki Kawamura – Producer
Yuuichirou Saitou – Producer
Mamoru Hosoda – Director, Script, Original Creator
Tatsurou Yamashita – Theme Song Performance
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Theme Songs

OP1: “Mirai no Theme (ミライのテーマ)” by Tatsurou Yamashita
ED1: “Uta no Kisha (うたのきしゃ)” by Tatsurou Yamashita


Mamoru Hosoda combines Wolf Children & Girl Who Leapt Through Time to make this cute lighthearted film about the importance of childhood!


A wildly sweet exploration of childhood, sibling rivalry, growing up, and what it means to be a small kid in a much bigger world.


Kun’s a bad boy and then he’s a good boy, 10/10!


Brilliant depiction of the themes surrounding childhood and growth. Ghibli inspiration gives this anime Christmas Carol so much charm


Good reflection on the presence of a child in contemporary family life


Absolutely touching story about growing up that one cant help but feel connected too no matter what age they are!


A bit different from Hosoda’s other works, as there isn’t a traditional conflict driving the plot. Still has his famous family themes.



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