Netflix has announced a teaser for -One: Thunder God-S Tale from Tonko House.

Netflix is owned by Tonko House Inc., based in Berkeley, California.We have revealed the first footage of the upcoming 4-part event series "Oni: Thunder God's Tale".

The World of Oni is a world filled with strange gods and monsters from Japanese mythology. One of the bohemian daughters of those creatures, Onari, is determined to follow in the footsteps of mighty heroes from her favorite stories, but unlike those heroes, she still does not have great power...。 The young protagonist has 4 episodes

Netflix also has Tamada Momona (Babysitter Club), Archie Yates (Jojo Rabbit), Craig Robinson (Office), Tantun (Office), and more, if she has what it takes to fight to defend her peaceful village from the threat of invading the gods' mysterious enemies, demons. -Cardinal (Wind River), Brittany Ishibashi (Runways), Omar Miller (8 miles), Seth Kerr (Black Panther), Anna Akana (Jupiter's Legacy), Chalet Takahashi Chung (Overwatch), Sawashiro Miyuki (Kamen Rider Decade (Letters from Iwo Jima), Tonko House co-founders Robert Kondo and George Takei (Star Trek).

"The story of a brave girl sandwiched between two worlds is, at its core, a very personal story for me, as well as our absolute dreamcast " Each one of these incredible talents from our dream list accepts such passion and empathy for the story and working with them is equally humbling. It was exciting. They gave our characters a soul and an unparalleled performance for our animators.

Ogre: The Story of the Thunder God is created and showrun by Robert Kondo and Kane Lee and executive produced Tsutsumi Dice. Produced by Sarah K. Sampson and co-produced by Megan Bartel. The script is written by Mari Okada.

Netflix and Tonko House will take part in this year's Annecy Festival and host an ongoing presentation on Friday 6/17.