Syaoran, a boy who wants to become an archeologist, and Sakura, a princess from the Clow Kingdom, are childhood friends with a close relationship. On a fateful night, Sakura lost all her memories as a result of a conspiracy to obtain her powers. In order to regain her memory, Syaoran seeks help from the witch, Yuuko. Yuuko tells Syaoran that he has to travel from one alternate reality to another to collect fragments of Sakura's memory. However, even if Sakura regains her memory, she will have no recollection of Syaoran. Travelling together with them is Kurogane, a warrior who was exiled from his country, and Fye, a magician who wants to escape from his King. With the help of a magical creature, Mokona, they set off on an exciting journey through time and space.

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Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: Ended

Runtime: 25 minutes

Premier: 2005-04-09

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Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle, a manga by Clamp, has been adapted into four different anime versions between 2005 and 2009, including a two-season anime television series, an anime film, and two original video animation (OVA) series with screenplay provided by Nanase Ohkawa and music composed by Yuki Kajiura. Bee Train adapted the manga series into a fifty-two-episode anime entitled Tsubasa Chronicle directed by Kōichi Mashimo with Hiroshi Morioka joining on as co-director for season two. Hiroyuki Kawasaki scripted both seasons. Production I.G adapted the manga series into both an anime film entitled Tsubasa Chronicle the Movie: The Princess of the Country of Birdcages directed by Itsuro Kawasaki and two OVA adaptations directed by Shunsuke Tada entitled Tsubasa Tokyo Revelations and Tsubasa Shunraiki. Set in a fictional universe involving alternative realities, the story follows a group of five travellers—Syaoran, Sakura, Kurogane, Fai D. Flourite, and Mokona—as they search for fragments of Sakura's memory that take the form of feathers of great power and without which, Sakura will die. The series features much crossover with the its sister series xxxHolic, another manga by Clamp. The first season of the anime series aired on NHK between April 9, 2005 and October 15, 2005 spanning twenty-six episode. The anime film aired in Japanese theaters on August 20, 2005. The second season of the anime series aired on NHK between April 29, 2006 and November 4, 2006 spanning twenty-six episodes. The first OVA was released between November 16, 2007 and March 17, 2008 spanning three episodes. The second OVA was released between March 17, 2009 and May 15, 2009 spanning two episodes. The two seasons of the anime series were dubbed by the anime television network Animax under the title Chronicle of the Wings and later began broadcast on April 6, 2006 across its English-language networks in Southeast Asia and South Asia as well as its other networks in Taiwan and Hong Kong. Funimation Entertainment licensed both seasons of the anime for English-language release in North America under the name Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle. Funimation has also released the first season of the anime in the United Kingdom through Revelation Films. Revelation Films had confirmed the release of the second season of Tsubasa Chronicle in the U.K. but no release dates were ever confirmed.

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Tsubasa Chronicle the Movie: The Princess of the Country of Birdcages (劇場版 ツバサ·クロニクル 鳥カゴの国の姫君, Gekijōban Tsubasa Kuronikuru Torikago no Kuni no Himegimi) premiered in Japanese theaters on August 20, 2005 in conjunction with xxxHolic the Movie: A Midsummer Night's Dream. It was directed by Itsuro Kawasaki and written by both Midori Goto and Junichi Fujisaku with character designs provided by Yoko Kikuchi and music provided by Yuki Kajiura. It features two pieces of theme music. “Aerial” is the opening theme performed by Kinya Kotani and “Amrita” is the ending theme performed by Yui Makino. In their continuing journey to find the feathers that are the fragments of Sakura's lost memory, Syaoran, Kurogane, Fai, and Sakura move through time and space with Mokona. Here, they visit the “Country of Birdcages,” a seemingly peaceful country where people and birds live together, each person having a bird companion. After a boy named Koruri confuses Syaoran and Sakura for “bodyguards” and attacks them, they learn that the king of the country possesses a mysterious power. Princess Tomoyo, Koruri, and the other oppressed citizens, having had their birds taken from them, live in hiding within the forest. In order to take back Sakura's feather, Syaoran and the others stand up against the scheming king.

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