Publisher Shiravune announced Azurite-developed romance comedy visual novel Tamayura Mirai launches May 12 for Steam with English support. The upcoming English release retains full Japanese voice acting, and players may wishlist the game right now on Steam.
Tamayura Mirai is set in the fictional town of Fukano where humans and spirits mysteriously intermingle. Protagonist Mutsuki Yohane may go down three branching heroine routes as he investigates the strange connections between humans and spirits in Fukano. One of these routes involves heroine Yukina Kamikake, a spirit-seer looking for something she lost in Fukano called “Otsuki”.
Here’s a story synopsis of Tamayura Mirai via Steam:
About Tamayura Mirai
There is a girl, searching for something she lost…
In the town of Fukano, the air smells otherworldly. Long ago, humans and other spirits—the sorts of creatures we called youkai—lived together on this enchanted soil. Even now Fukano is still full of strange stories, of mystical entities and mysterious forces.
Yukina Kamikake has come back to this town with a friend in tow. In Fukano she meets a boy who calls himself a sorcerer. That’s me!
My name is Mutsuki Yohane, and I’ve inherited the bloodline of the sorcerers who long ago moved to Fukano from far away—but I’m not the only person of interest in town.
Midari Suishouseki is something other than human. She’s caught the worst thing that can afflict a succubus: a case of love…
Hanako Nekotengu was once a servant of a higher water spirit. Now she’s an urban legend at the local school, where she knows every piece of gossip that goes down!
Shiro Kohaku is always on my side. She doesn’t know a thing about magic or monsters, but she’s like an older sister to me.
A sorcerer’s job is to understand the inexplicable incidents non-human creatures cause, and help them live in harmony with their human neighbors. But Yuki Kamikake has more magic than me, and was born with the power to see the spirit world. And she’s looking for something she lost. The time I spend dealing with her will lead me back to the incident that got me involved in all of this. It’s a short summer and a long one too; a story of humans, spirits, and sorcerers… A fairytale.
Lastly, Tamayura Mirai is available now for PC in Japan.