Heavenly Delusion: Release Date, Plot, Trailer And More

Heavenly Delusion: Release Date, Plot, Trailer And More

Another post-apocalyptic-themed anime that has caught our attention is none other than Heavenly Delusion; whose story will leave you bamboozled as each episode will feel like a jigsaw piece that; you need to fit into places correctly to see the whole picture.

Today, we will not only share the release announcements but; also; the plot expectations, and more, so keep reading till the end!

Heavenly Delusion Release Date

Heavenly Delusion or Tengoku Daimakyō is a Japanese manga action/seinen/mystery series written and illustrated by Masakazu Ishiguro. It is being serialized in Kodansha’s seinen manga magazine since January 2018.

Heavenly Delusion is set to release by Production IG on 1st April 2023.

Heavenly Delusion Plot & Expectations

I.G Production includes some of the most renowned works like Psycho-Pass 3, Haikyuu, Ao Haru Ride, Ghost in the Shell, etc, so we can safely assume that this series will also be a massive hit. Now let’s get to know more about Heavenly Delusion’s plot and its setting. 

The story is set in the outside world, post fifteen years of an unprecedented apocalypse that destroyed modern civilization.

The story shows a group of children being brought up in a facility isolated from the outside world and side by side another story is also; being depicted of a pair who travel in post-apocalypse Japan to meet their daily needs.

Heavenly Delusion Spoiler Alert!

Spoiler Alert: Now, if you want to know what the first episode story will be like then allow us to share a glimpse. In the first episode the story will begin with children playing in a beautiful place but in an isolated facility, a boy named Tokio, no not, Tokyo from Alice in Borderland, and a girl named Mimihime will be taking the main spotlight.

 Mimihime is a small girl maybe in her adolescence, who stares blankly outside. Her spacing-out session gets interrupted by Tokio, and she predicts that a test will take place in the next class which turns out to be true. During the test Tokio finds a question stating: “Do you want to go outside of the outside?” upon asking his teacher the question disappears. 

Heavenly Delusion: Release Date, Plot, And More

Next, we see, Mimihime telling him another prediction that one day two people from outside will come and save her, and one of them will look like Tokio. Feeling terrified of Mimihime’s prediction, Tokio walks out as he was not able to sleep.

He comes across the nursery’s principal; who tells him that the outside is hell and is filled with monsters. 

Then the story shifts to a boy named Maru, who looks exactly like Tokio who is traveling along with a girl named Kiruko in search of heaven, the heaven may not be revealed in this episode, but we will get to see some horrifying scenes as they will try to collect sources for their survival.

The story will get more interesting and thrilling as it will progress; so we recommend you watch this anime for sure.

Heavenly Delusion Cast & Staff

The cast list and staff members have been released already, and you will be surprised to check out the assigned voice actors/actresses. Check the list below and tell us which is your favorite one!

Japanese Staff

  • Director: Hirotaka Mori
  • Series Composition: Makoto Fukami
  • Music: Kensuke Ushio
  • Original creator: Masakazu Ishiguro
  • Character Design: Utsushita (Minakata Laboratory)
  • Art Director: Yūji Kaneko
  • Mechanical design: Shinobu Tsuneki
  • Sound Director: Eriko Kimura
  • Director of Photography: Kentarō Waki
  • 2D Work: Akiko Hamanaka (CAPSULE)
  • Art Setting: Akihiro Hirasawa, Mizuka Ueda, Osamu Ii, Stanislas Brunet,Takeyuki Takahashi
  • Color design: Izumi Hirose
  • Editing: Kumiko Sakamoto
Heavenly Delusion Cast & Staff

Japanese Cast 

  • Gen Sato as Maru
  • Sayaka Senbongi as Kiruko
  • Atsumi Tanezaki as Aoshima
  • Hibiku Yamamura as Tokio
  • Kazuya Nakai as Robin Inazaki
  • Masako Isobe as Enchō
  • Misato Fukuen as Mimihime
  • Misato Matsuoka as Anzu
  • Shunsuke Takeuchi as Shiro
  • Tadashi Mutou as Sawatari
  • Tomoyo Kurosawa as Kuku
  • Toshiyuki Toyonaga as Kona
  • Yūki Shin as Taka
  • Animation Production: Production I.G
  • Character Design: Minakata Laboratory
  • Internet Streaming: Disney+

Heavenly Delusion Cast Comments

Maru role – Hajime Sato

What is your impression of the work “Tengoku Daimakyo” and your enthusiasm for playing the character?

“The word “mysterious…” is perfect for this work, and the more I read it, the more I couldn’t stop. Maru is a person who doesn’t even know who he is, so it was very difficult, but he has a lot of emotions, so I was able to enjoy recording.”

Kirko role – Ayaka Senbongi

What is your impression of the work “Tengoku Daimakyo” and your enthusiasm for playing the character?

“I still remember the excitement I felt when I read “Tengoku Daimakyo” for the first time. I was happy to be able to play Kirko, an important character in such a work, and I was very enthusiastic.”

Robin Inazaki – Kazuya Nakai

What is your impression of the work “Tengoku Daimakyo” and your enthusiasm for playing the character?

“The structure of the story where “What? What do you mean?” It’s easy to empathize with lively characters, and you’ll want to see what’s ahead. Robin appears in a sense like a hero, but I am looking; forward to getting to know him, including the parts that are not straightforward after that.”

Tokio – Hibiki Yamamura

What is your impression of the work “Tengoku Daimakyo” and your enthusiasm for playing the character?

I read the original work for the audition, but the story was so interesting that I was drawn in all at once. Tokio is a delicate character who is the key to the story, so I tried to act as close to Tokio’s heart as possible.

Is There Any Heavenly Delusion Trailer Released Yet?

Yes, the promo trailer has been released already, for Heavenly Delusion which; you can watch on youtube.


Where to Watch Heavenly Delusion?

Heavenly Delusion; is exclusively streamed by Disney+, and it will also be broadcasted live in Japan.


Heavenly Delusion’s story is very intriguing plus, the more you will watch the more you will get drawn into the anime, let’s hope that the anime adapts the manga closely to get higher view rates.

Let us know whether Heavenly Delusion will be on your watchlist this April or not.

Nadia Zabin
Nadia Zabin

Nadia Zabin is a dynamic writer interested in exploring different genres and writing styles. She has profound knowledge of anime and manga culture making her an indispensable source of information. She has been writing about anime since a coon's age and is always on the lookout for ways to share her knowledge and zest with others.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *