Violet Evergarden Wikia
Violet Evergarden Wikia

Visual for Gaiden.

Violet Evergarden Gaiden: Eternity and the Auto Memories Doll (ヴァイオレット・エヴァーガーデン 外伝 - 永遠と自動手記人形 -, Vaioretto Evāgāden Gaiden - Eien to Jidō Shiki Ningyō -?, Violet Evergarden Side Story: Eternity and the Auto Memories Doll) is a side story to the Violet Evergarden anime series, produced by Kyoto Animation. It will be screened in Japanese theaters from September 6 to September 26, 2019. [1] It adapts the second story of the same name from Violet Evergarden Gaiden.


...I sold my future in exchange for protecting what is precious to me.

A girls' academy that only girls from respectable families could attend. For Isabella York, who attends it under a "contract" with her father, this beautiful place where white camellias bloom is nothing more than a prison...

Before Isabella, who had lost all hope and expectations for her future, Violet Evergarden, hired as her tutor, appears.[1]


Theme song: Amy ( エイミー, Eimī?)

  • by Minori Chihara


  • Director: Haruka Fujita
  • Supervising Director: Taichi Ishidate
  • Script: Reiko Yoshida, Takaaki Suzuki, Tatsuhiko Urahata
  • Character Designer/Chief Animation Director: Akiko Takase
  • World Setting: Takaaki Suzuki
  • Art Director: Mikiko Watanabe
  • 3D Art: Joji Unoguchi
  • Art Design: Yūka Yoneda
  • Prop Design: Hiroyuki Takahashi
  • Director of Photography: Kōhei Funamoto
  • Sound Director: Yōta Tsuruoka
  • Music: Evan Call




  • The anime had an advance screening at Germany's AnimagiC convention which ran from August 3 to 4, 2019.[2]
  • The anime was originally slated for a two week only screening but was extended to three weeks after the Kyoto Animation fire.[2]
  • Moviegoers will receive a randomly chosen original short story written by the light novels' author, Kana Akatsuki.[1]
    • Weeks 1-2: Ann Magnolia and Her Nineteenth Birthday, Leon Stephanotis and the First Star, Charlotte Abelfreyja Drossel and the Forest Kingdom
    • Week 3: Isabella York and the Rain of Flowers, and a case for storing the short stories.
  • The home video release includes a new short story by Kana Akatsuki titled Amy Bartlett and the Sunlight Filtering through Trees in Spring.