In the creditless conclusion animation sequence for Yakitori: Soldiers of Misfortune, classical music and high tech futuristic warfare collide. Yakitori: Soldiers of Misfortune is an anime adaption based on the science fiction novels written by the same person who created the Saga of Tanya the Evil.
Watch the ending theme animation below:
About the animation sequence:
The ending theme animation sequence incorporates the song "Play That Little Night Music" by Ken Ishii, which was inspired by "Eine kleine Nachtmusick" by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and features dancing by Hatsune Mimi, a version of Crypton Future Media's virtual idol Hatsune Miku. The song was inspired by "Eine kleine Nachtmusick" by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Netflix, who is currently streaming the series, describes the story of the Yakitori: Soldiers of Misfortune anime below:
A young man named Akira volunteers to join a planetary orbital infantry force called "Yakitori" in hopes of changing his life. What does fate have in store for him?
Carlo Zen is the author of the original Yakitori: Soldiers of Misfortune novel series, and so-bin is the illustrator. Hayakawa Publishing is the company that released the series in Japan. Hideki Anbo is in charge of the animation direction for the Yakitori: Soldiers of Misfortune anime, while Arect is responsible for the creation of the animation.
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