Digimon Adventure tri.
Digimon Adventure tri
Director:Keitarō Motonaga
Producer: Shuuhei Arai[1]
Studio: Toei Animation
Original run:November 21, 2015 - May 5, 2018

Digimon Adventure tri. (デジモンアドベンチャーtri. (トライ) Dejimon Adobenchā Torai?), sometimes shortened as Digimon tri. (デジモンtri. (トライ) Dejimon Torai?), is the seventh anime series in the Digimon franchise, consisting of a six-part theatrical feature, with the first part, titled "Reunion" (再会 Saikai?), shown on November 21, 2015. It is part of the Digimon Adventure 15th Anniversary, and stars the eight DigiDestined from Digimon Adventure, with Taichi "Tai" Kamiya in his high school years. The director is Keitarō Motonaga, with Yuuko Kakihara on scripts, and Atsuya Uki for character design.[2] It was originally slated for a spring 2015 release.[3]

The second episode, "Determination" (決意 Ketsui?) premiered for three weeks in Japanese theaters March 12, 2016,[4] and was released on DVD April 2, 2016.[5] The third episode, "Confession" (告白 Kokuhaku?), premiered in Japanese theaters September 24, 2016.[4] The fourth episode, "Loss" (喪失 Sōshitsu?), premiered in Japanese theaters February 25, 2017. The fifth episode, "Coexistence" (共生 Kyōsei?), premiered in Japanese theatres September 30, 2017. The final episode, "Future" (ぼくらの未来 Boku-ra no Mirai?), premiered in Japanese theatres on May 5, 2018.

It will be followed by Digimon Adventure: The Movie sometime in 2019.

Plot summary

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In the three years since the defeat of MaloMyotismon, the DigiDestined have all grown older and, though they remain friends, find it difficult to gather as an entire group. Taichi "Tai" Kamiya, now in his second year of high school, feels this disconnect keenly. A new threat arrives in the form of Infected Digimon who have the ability to rampage on Earth and leave wide swathes of destruction behind them, causing public sentiment to turn against Digimon in general. Tai struggles with the changing times and his own growing realization of the repercussions of his actions as time moves inexorably forward.




Opening Theme: Butter-Fly
Artist: Kouji Wada

Ending Theme #1: I Wish
Artist: AiM

Ending Theme #2: Seven
Artist: Kouji Wada

Ending Theme #3: Boku ni totte
Artist: Knife of Day

Ending Theme #4: Keep On

Artist: AiM

Ending Theme #5: Aikotoba

Artist: Ayumi Miyazaki & AiM

Ending Theme #6: Butter-Fly

Artist: Various Artists

Insert Song: brave heart
Artist: Ayumi Miyazaki


Opening Theme: Digimon Are Back (Again!)

Artist: John Majkut





Promotional art

Episode posters

Notes and references