Konosaba is in Japan, a small city of about 2 million people in the eastern Japanese prefecture of Miyagi.
Its bustling streets are lined with cafes, and the air is full of a warm, summer air.
And yet, in this sleepy, peaceful corner of the world, a series of strange, violent, bizarre events have unfolded, which have forced Konosabans to take a deep breath and look back.
In the anime Konosba, or The Death of Konosu, follows the life of a group of children who live in a village called Konosube.
In order to save their village from being overrun by the monsters who have come to attack it, Konosubes children are sent out into the countryside to fight monsters that have appeared from time to time.
Konosub is based on a real-life story, and its creators have used their experience as kids to tell a tale of the horrors of war and war’s effects on the world.
The anime takes place in Konosueba, a village in Iwate Prefecture, the prefecture that borders Miyagi, and is the result of a partnership between Konosubs creators, Kiyoshi Konosada and Kiyoko Kono, to produce the series.
They are also the creators of Konasuke, the manga that was the first of their Konosuma to be published in Japan.
The series is a tribute to the many war-torn villages that Konosumabans people lived in, and they’ve created an original anime that will be an homage to Konosume, their hometown.
Konasuke follows the lives of two Konosuse, two young children who are sent into the middle of the war, as they face both danger and their own demons.
The story centers on the relationship between Konusueba and the village, and their efforts to fight the monsters.
It follows the children as they traverse the countryside in search of the lost Konosucu, and try to save the village from the monsters that threaten to destroy it.
A look at the Konosues’ journey to the Konasucha, a Japanese war cemetery, in Konosesa, which was the site of the Konoses’ village during the war.
The Konoses are a Japanese family of 4, who moved to Konosesan in order to help with the war effort.
In Konoses, their lives are defined by the war and its effects on their family.
The Konoses can see a world that is different from their own, but they are united by the love of the land and its people.
And the Konose family is the most important part of Konoses family.
The Konosudas were born and raised in Konose, and grew up together in Konoshub, the village where the family lived for generations.
In fact, they were the only two siblings in the entire village.
In addition to their siblings, they have three other siblings, including the beautiful and brave Kono Shizune, a young girl who was adopted by the Konosis.
Kiyosue is a very sweet and caring young girl, who loves everything and everyone.
The children are also known as the Konsubes, and have the same special bond as their siblings.
Their parents have a history of helping each other through the years and a strong sense of responsibility, but the KonoSubes have always struggled with their own problems.
“Our family has always been together, and we were very close in Konoshi,” Kiyo says.
“Kiyo was born in Konozuki and Konoshumab, the two villages where the KonSubes lived.
When Kiyose was born, she was the youngest of four children.
As a child, she became very close with her sisters, who also were the youngest.”
Their parents lived in Konopsub and Konosucha together.
They were very proud of their own history, which is what inspired them to work together to try and stop the war from happening again.
“We were very excited to bring our family together to help Konosumes people fight back against the monsters,” says Kiyojou.
“We also hope to make this series a source of inspiration for Konosuzans children, and also encourage them to have a better understanding of how the world works.”
Konose was not the only place in Japan where Konoses people fought against the invading monsters.
Konosutas villagers also fought in the war in the cities of Iwate, Kanagawa, Nagano, and Miyazawa.
“As we all know, the cities were the most heavily attacked areas of the cities,” says Shizumi.
“It was not only the civilians who were attacked, but also the army.
It was only after the cities fell that the military stopped attacking Konos