Heian-kyou, capital and the center of elegant, aristocratic culture, is heavily guarded by a spiritual force field -- or so it seems. In reality, onmyouji (court magi who create the spiritual force field) can only defend the palace located in the northern part of the city; in downtown, monsters known as "horror" that feast upon human souls roam after sunset. There are, however, a group of heroes protecting commoners from "horrors" in darkness.

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Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2015-10-10

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JAM Project (“JAM” standing for “Japan Animationsong Makers”) are Japanese Anison band based in Japan. It was founded on July 19, 2000 by famous 1970s theme song artist Ichirou Mizuki. The band is composed of many vocal artists well known in the industry; aside from the many anime, tokusatsu, and video game theme songs that this band has performed together, each member is famous for his or her own solo performances of Japanese theme songs. JAM Project is especially well known for their extensive contributions of theme music for Super Robot Wars and Garo. In the summer of 2012, they teamed up with Animetal USA for a limited national concert tour called the Japan-America Anison Summit (日米アニソンサミット, Nichi-Bei Anison Samitto). From 2011 to 2014, Japanese composer and conductor Takayuki Hattori served as orchestral arranger on several albums and tours. In 2015, JAM Project celebrated its 15th anniversary with a series of concerts that contained 39 songs in its setlist chosen from all their previous albums, the most number of songs in any of their concerts to date. They also released a CD based on a new ultra-high quality (UHQ CD) standard containing re-arranged and re-recorded hits voted on by fans.

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