Farming Life in Another World Complete Collection on Blu-ray on pre-order now

The popular anime Farming Life in Another World Complete Collection Blu-ray is now available for pre-order via Sentai Filmworks.

The Farming Life in Another World anime (aka Isekai Nonbiri Nouka in Japanese) premiered on January 6th this year, and ended on March 24th.

The 12-episode slice of life, isekai anime was produced by anime studio Zero-G, and was a big hit on HIDIVE where it is still streaming for subscribers.

What does the Farming Life in Another World Blu-ray include?

The Farming Life in Another World Complete Collection Blu-ray includes all 12 episodes of the first season of the anime, plus a clean opening animation and a clean closing animation.

The Blu-ray release  also features both Japanese soundtrack with English subtitles, and an English dub.

Sentai describes the plot like this:

Becoming a farmer in a fantasy world was supposed to make up for Hiraku Machio’s terrible previous life. However, his new life gets off to a rocky start when his reincarnation begins in a place called the Forest of Death.

Although he has a new, stronger body and an all-powerful farming tool, his attempts at living an idyllic farm life are constantly interrupted by nuisances like lizardmen, dragons, and alcoholic slimes.

And did we mention the beautiful vampire and angel who move in with him, or the elven refugees who just made Hiraku’s forest their new home? Okay, it may not be what Hiraku’s always dreamed of, but at least he’s a farmer.

The Farming Life in Another World Complete Collection Blu-ray is available for pre-order now for $48.99 via Sentai.

You might want to order it before it releases in December, as Sentai does have a habit of selling out many of their DVDs/Blu-rays soon after release.

The Blu-ray itself is due to be released on December 19th.

About Steve Reynolds

If Dragon Ball was your first love, we might just have something in common. Throw in Sailor Moon, Akira, Pokemon and Revolutionary Girl Utena, and you and I could be good friends. Problem is, I rarely leave my house as there's that manga collection I need to catch up on.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.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