15 Bishoujo Hyouryuuki is the brainchild of adult game creator Takahiro and anime character designer Kuroda Kazuya. The name is a wordplay on the Japanese title (15 Shounen Hyouryuuki) for Two Years’ Vacation, a children’s adventure story by Jules Verne. Toei Animation adapted 15 Shounen Hyouryuuki into a 1982 movie, and Nippon Animation remade the story into a 1987 television special. – 15 Bishoujo Hyouryuuki – 15 미소녀 표류기 – 15美少女漂流記 – The Story of 15 Beautiful Girls Adrift
Like the original story and its two anime remakes in the 1980s, the new 15 Bishoujo Hyouryuuki project centers on 15 young students who are stranded on a deserted Pacific island by a tumultuous storm. Unlike the previous versions, 15 Bishoujo Hyouryuuki will feature 15 girls instead of 15 boys.
Centers on 15 young students who are stranded on a deserted Pacific island by a tumultuous storm.