9 Sept. 2016
Courage Force Inc. (Akita, Japan CEO Tamotsu Ebina, hereinafter CF) starts broadcasting "MIRAIGAR T1" TV series on Channel 14 (MCOT family) in Thailand from Saturday, 5 November 2016 as the first World Miraigar project (hereinafter WMP) deployed with the concept of Japanese Hero who delivers courage, dreams and smiles to children around the world.
This is a part of CF’s ten-year-projects that CEO Ebina, birth parent of Akita’s successful local hero, Chojin Neiger, to produce ASEAN+ country heroes who trained with the spirit of Tohoku-united God MIRAGAR, hero of Tohoku 6 prefectures, and marks the formal Thai launch of the activities temporary called as Thai MIRAIGAR.
The Project was realized by unique collaboration of young Thai creators and talented Japanese creators. CEO Tamotsu Ebina takes part in planning, original stories, costume designs and action supervising, the king of Anison, Ichiro Mizuki sings in Japanese the theme song of Touhokugasshin MIRAIGAR, the core spirit of the Project, and the choreographer of numerous popular music, Sasuga Minami choreographs the ending theme song.
As a part of the project, performance production and merchandise development of "MIRAIGAR T1" will be deployed in Thailand upon broadcasting of the series.
World MIRAIGAR Tiger and MIRAIGAR Dragon
* MIRAIGAR T1 project is supported by METI, Government of Japan
Be alarmed! “Touhokugasshin MIRAIGAR” has uneasy premonition and gathers in Thailand. Young successor of muay-thai gym, Parkin who unveils to be Thai Miraigar, ‘MIRAIGAR T1’ joins Japanese Miraigars to battle against Tep-maan and his fellow demons who try to deprive smiles from Thailand, Land of smiles.
Both Jenny, girlfriend of Parkin and Pham, genius girl scientist are manipulated by Tep-maan and entrap them into creating critical situation in Thailand.
How does MIRAIGAR T1 crush the demon’s ambition, collective force of evil spirits, and successfully bring back smiles to Thailand?
Courage Force, Inc.
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