In the distant future, a new immortal and genderless life form called Gems populate the Earth. The 28 Gems must fight against the Moon Dwellers, who attack them regularly to abduct them and to turn them into decorations. Each Gem is assigned a role, such as a fighter or a medic.\ \ Being only 300 years old, Phosphophyllite is the youngest of the Gems and has no assignment yet. He wants to help to fight the Moon Dwellers, but is too weak and brittle for battle. One day the master of Gems, Kongou (Adamantine), assigns him the task of creating a natural history encyclopedia.

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Type: Animation

Languages: Japanese

Status: In Development

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2017-10-07

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Land of the Lustrous (Japanese: 宝石の国, Hepburn: Hōseki no Kuni, lit. “Country of Jewels”) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Haruko Ichikawa and published from 2012 onwards. It is published by Kodansha in Monthly Afternoon magazine and eight volumes compiling the chapters have been released so far. Set in a world inhabited by “jewel people,” it chronicles their efforts to find the place where they belong and defend their way of life. An anime promotional video was released in July 2013, and an anime television series adaptation by Orange aired between October and December 2017.

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Phosphophyllite (フォスフォフィライト, Fosufofiraito) Voiced by: Tomoyo Kurosawa Known as “Phos” for short. One of the weaker jewel people, with a hardness of 3.5. Declared as too weak for battle, Phos is tasked with creating an encyclopedia logging new information. As Phos keeps experiencing hardships in battle, their limbs, along with their memories, are gradually lost and replaced with other elements, including agate legs, arms made from gold and platinum alloy, a lapis lazuli head and a synthetic pearl eye. Cinnabar (シンシャ, Shinsha) Voiced by: Mikako Komatsu An aloof jewel person who is even weaker than Phos, with a hardness of 2, but carries a powerful poison in their body. Because this poison taints the environment and erases memories stored inside affected jewel shards, Cinnabar is kept on night watch, but yearns to escape the night. Diamond (ダイヤモンド, Daiyamondo) Voiced by: Ai Kayano A kind-hearted jewel person who has the maximum hardness of 10, but is still fragile against enemy attacks. Bort (ボルツ, Borutsu) Voiced by: Ayane Sakura An intimidating diamond-class jewel person who is powerful in combat and is the most durable of the jewels. They are also very protective of Diamond. Morganite (モルガナイト, Moruganaito) Voiced by: Mutsumi Tamura A haughty jewel person who is very confident in their fighting capabilities. Goshenite (ゴーシェナイト, Gōshenaito) Voiced by: Saori Hayami A sweet and responsible jewel person. Morganite's partner. Rutile (ルチル, Ruchiru) Voiced by: Yumi Uchiyama The medic jewel person in charge of fixing the others jewels when they're broken, although they have a habit of wanting to dissect what catches their attention. Jade (ジェード, Jēdo) Voiced by: Ayahi Takagaki A jewel person who works as secretary for Master Kongo. Euclase's partner. Red Beryl (レッドベリル, Reddo Beriru) Voiced by: Maaya Uchida A jewel person in charge of designing and fixing the outfits of the other jewels, changing their hairstyle frequently. Amethyst (アメシスト, Ameshisuto) Voiced by: Kanae Itō Crystal twinning.“84” and “33”. Twin jewels that are always together and act in synchrony while talking and fighting. They also excel in sword fighting. Benitoite (ベニトアイト, Benitoaito) Voiced by: Ari Ozawa A jewel person who is incapable of saying “no” to people who ask for their help. Neptunite (ネプチュナイト, Nepuchunaito) Voiced by: Atsumi Tanezaki A young jewel person with a sharp tongue. Benitoite's partner. Zircon (ジルコン, Jirukon) Voiced by: Himika Akaneya The second youngest jewel person after Phos, and Yellow Diamond's partner. Obsidian (オブシディアン, Obushidian) Voiced by: Ryō Hirohashi A jewel person in charge of manufacturing the tools, weapons and daily items for the other jewels. Yellow Diamond (イエローダイヤモンド, Ierō Daiyamondo) Voiced by: Junko Minagawa The oldest of the jewel people, and the fastest. Zircon's partner. Euclase (ユークレース, Yūkurēsu) Voiced by: Mamiko Noto One of the oldest gems, they're wise and kind. Jade's partner. Alexandrite (アレキサンドライト, Arekisandoraito) Voiced by: Rie Kugimiya A jewel person with an obsession with understanding the Lunarians, although they have a tendency to turn berserk when they see one. As such, Master Kongo has forbidden them from fighting. Peridot (ペリドット, Peridotto) Voiced by: Houko Kuwashima Papermaker, obsessed with their job. Antarcticite (アンタークチサイト, Antākuchisaito) Voiced by: Mariya Ise A jewel who only appears during the winter, when the other jewels undergo hibernation. They have become much sturdier thanks to the cold. Sphene (スフェン, Sufen) Voiced by: Hitomi Nabatame Artisan, a sweet and calm jewel person. Peridot's partner. Watermelon Tourmaline (ウォーターメロントルマリン, Uōtāmerontorumarin) Voiced by: Sayaka Harada Energetic younger jewel person. Hemimorphite (ヘミモルファイト, Hemimorufaito) Voiced by: Reina Ueda Known as Hemimor, a fighter and Watermelon Tourmaline's partner. Heliodor (ヘリオドール, Heliodor) Voiced by: M·A·O A golden-colored jewel person, taken by the Lunarians prior the beginning of the story. Padparadscha (パパラチア, Padparadscha) Voiced by: Romi Park Rutile's partner. A jewel person nearly as old and strong as the diamonds, who was born incomplete, hence spending most of their time asleep. Master Kongo (金剛先生, Kongō-sensei) Voiced by: Jouji Nakata A powerful monk who oversees the jewel people and acts as a father figure to them. He is much sturdier than the jewels and when meditating or sleeping, he scarcely wakes up. His outer shell is composed of hexagonal diamond (lonsdaleite).

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