Adapted from Kana Akatsuki's light novel of the same name, VIOLET EVERGARDEN is a Japanese anime series about a young ex-soldier trying to reintegrate into postwar society where robots and humans live together. Violet Evergarden (Yui Ishikawa/Erika Harlacher) was used as a military tool during the Great War thanks to her powerful combat skills. She has only a limited understanding of anything outside of war, so her mentor and guardian Major Gilbert Bougainvillea (Daisuke Namikawa/Tony Azzolino) tried to help her understand human expression and emotion. But when he uttered "I love you" as his last words to her during their final battle, Violet was left wondering what the words meant. After being hospitalized for four months, during which time she was fitted with prosthetics to replace her war-severed arms, she is assisted by Major Bougainvillea's friend, Claudia Hodgins (Takehito Koyasu/Kyle McCarley), who gives her a job in his postal company. There Violet meets Cattleya Baudelaire (Aya Endo/Reba Buhr) and other Auto Memory Dolls, whose jobs are to intuitively interpret and transcribe the thoughts and feelings of people who are unable to write and help them communicate and connect with others. Wanting to learn more about how to understand human emotions, the young former combat soldier decides to become one of these "dolls" in hopes of helping people, and to help her determine her purpose in a postwar world.
Starring Yōko Sōmi, Yuto Uemura, Daisuke Namikawa