The Place Promised in Our Early Days 720p Dual Audio BD x265 10bit

Kumo no Mukou, Yakusoku no Basho


In an alternate-reality 1974 Japan, the country is split, with the southern islands controlled by America and the northern lands claimed by the Soviet Union. Hokkaido, referred to as Ezo in Kumo no Mukou Yakusoku no Basho, decides to construct a tower into the sky designed by Ekusun Tsukinoe. By 1996, Hokkaido Tower’s construction is complete and three students of Aomori have big dreams concerning this tower. Hiroki Fujisawa and Takuya Shirakawa are considered child prodigies, and both harbor romantic feelings for Sayuri Sawatari, though neither of them would dare admit it. When a drone crashes down, the two boys resolve to repair it and fly to the top of Hokkaido Tower. Assisting them is their boss at the military plant, Mr. Okabe. They name the drone Bella Ciela, but before their dreams of flying it are realized, Sayuri vanishes. Unbeknownst to them, her disappearance is related closely to the tower that the two dream of reaching.

Alternative Titles

  • English: The Place Promised in Our Early Days
  • Japanese: 雲のむこう、約束の場所
  • Synonyms: Beyond the Clouds, The Promised Place


  • Type: Movie
  • Episodes: 1
  • Status: Finished Airing
  • Aired: Nov 20, 2004
  • Premiered:
  • Broadcast:
  • Producers:
  • Licensors: ADV Films
  • Studios: CoMix Wave Films
  • Source: Original
  • Genres: Drama, Military, Romance, Sci-Fi
  • Duration: 1 hr 30 min
  • Rating: PG-13 – Teens 13 or older

Encode Details

  • Video: 720p BD x265 10bit
  • Audio: 128k OPUS 2Ch
  • Subtitles: Kametsu / Thora / Retail

Characters & Voice Actors

Fujisawa, HirokiFujisawa, Hiroki

Patton, Chris

Patton, Chris
Sawatari, SayuriSawatari, Sayuri

Boone, Jessica

Boone, Jessica
Shirakawa, TakuyaShirakawa, Takuya

Hagiwara, Masato

Hagiwara, Masato

Swasey, John

Swasey, John


Shinkai, MakotoShinkai, Makoto
Producer, Director, Sound Director, Script, Storyboard, Theme Song Lyrics, Color Design, Original Creator, Editing, Executive Producer
Foster, StevenFoster, Steven
Script, ADR Director
Kawashima, AiKawashima, Ai
Theme Song Performance
Theme Song Arrangement, Theme Song Composition, Music
Fujiyama, FusanobuFujiyama, Fusanobu
Sound Manager
Hiramaki, DaisukeHiramaki, Daisuke
In-Between Animation
Hosoda, NaotoHosoda, Naoto
Key Animation
Makihara, RyoutarouMakihara, Ryoutarou
Key Animation
Oshiyama, KiyotakaOshiyama, Kiyotaka
In-Between Animation
Suzuki, HiromiSuzuki, Hiromi
Assistant Animation Director
Takano, AyaTakano, Aya
In-Between Animation
Tanji, TakumiTanji, Takumi
Background Art
Tazawa, UshioTazawa, Ushio
Art Director, Character Design
Ueda, KazuyukiUeda, Kazuyuki
Key Animation
Watanabe, TasukuWatanabe, Tasuku
Background Art

Theme Songs

Opening Themes

Ending Themes

  • ED1: “Kimi no Koe” by Kawashima, Ai
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