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Hanamaluo’s manga Skirt no Naka wa Kedamono Deshita has been adapted into a television animation. An official website for the animation has been released on Wednesday and it had also released a trailer for the animation.

The animation series will be released on 2nd July and it will be aired on Tokyo MX. An uncut version of the animation series will be released on ComicFesta Anime Zone.

The story of the animation according to manga: The story revolves Shizuka, she one day attends a party in which she comes in contact with a beautiful female named Ryo. The both become the good friend, but Ryo is actually a man.

Mitsutaka Noshitani is the animation director at Magic Bus studio, and Kazuhiro Toda is the series composition. Kenichi Kurata is the series art director while Hisayoshi Hirasawa is the sound director. Yuki Kakuhara is the photographer director.
On Thursday, the well-known television animation series DIVE!! has released a promotional video for the animation. The video is revealing that the animation will premiere on 6th July.

The cast for the animation series according to the promotional video Takahiro Sakurai as Yoichi Fujitani, Kaori Nazuka as Kayoko Asaki, Kouki Uchiyama as Reiji Maruyama, Yuuki Kaji as Tomoki Sakai, Yuichi Nakamura as Shibuki Okitsu, Ryota Ohsaka as Ryo Ohira, and Tomokazu Sugita as Atsuhiko Yamada.

The animation will release on 6th July on Fuji TV’s Noitamina block. The animation will also available on Amazon Prime Video in various countries. The first anime’s episode will be available on Amazon Prime Video on 5th July.

The animation series is based on Mori’s novel; Mori published the four volumes of the novel between 2000 and 2002. The story of the animation series revolves around the Mizuki Diving Club.

Kaoru Suzuki is the animation director at ZERO-G, and Touko Machida is the script manager. Suzuhito is the character designer, and Miyako Yatsu is the chief animation director. Yuuki Hayashi is the music composer.
In its 12th issue of this year, Young Champion magazine announced on Tuesday that Yasuyuki Nekoi’s well known manga Sengoku Basara manga will end in the next issue of the magazine on 13th June.

The story of the manga locates in a new century in Japan. In that time Mogami Yoshiaki is the head of the government or the ruler. The story gets interesting when a one-eyed man appears.

The manga was released by Nekoi in April 2016. The second compiled book volume of the manga was published by Akita Shoten on March 2017.

In October 2015, Motoki Yoshihara’s Sengoku Basara 4 manga was ended. In August 2015, Yoshihara also ended a manga titled Sengoku Basara 4-Bontenmaru-hen. On 27th March, a new manga titled Sengoku Basara Retsuden published in Dengeki Maoh magazine.

In January 2014, CAPCOM released a PlayStation game in Japan which was based on the manga titled Sengoku Basara 4 PlayStation 3 action game. The game was released in high-definition version. The company has also released a new game based on the manga titled Sengoku Basara: Sanada Yukimura-Den.
On Sunday, Section23 Film revealed that the animation production studio Sentai Filmworks will publish the animation Chihayafuru with an English dub. The company is planning to ship the first season of the animation on 12th September. The will ship it on DVD, Blu-ray Disc, and Blu-ray DVD.

The animation is based on Yuki Suetsugu’s manga series. Animation story according to Sentai Filmworks: The story of the animation revolves around beautiful young woman Chihaya. She is passionate for a card game named karuta. The game was gifted to her in her childhood.

The first 25 episodes of the animation series serialized from October 2011 to March 2012. The second season of the animation was released in January 2013 under the title Chihayafuru 2. Both of the animations were streamed by Crunchyroll in many countries.
Two live-actions film has already been inspired by Suetsugu’s manga.
The official website of the animation Sanrio Boys has released a promotional video for their animation on Tuesday. The video is informing that the animation will be premiered in January 2018; the video is also informing about Key visual of the animation series.

The cast for the animation is Samo Saito as Yu Mizuno, Hiroyuki Kagura as Ryo Nishimiya, Takuya Eguchi as Kota Hasegawa, Jun Oosuka as Shunsuke Yoshino, and Yuma Uchida as Seiichiro Minamoto.
The story of the animation revolves around Kota Hasegawa: he is a high school boy and loves yellow Pom Pom Purin dog. His classmates are also like him i.e. Yu Mizuna likes bunny My Melody.

The project was released in January 2016, and the merchandise line for the project was released by Sanrio last April. Mai Ando is managing two different projects related to manga adaptation.
In September, Sanrio has already released a smartphone game adaptation.
On Friday, Sentai Filmworks had announced the English cast for the animation School-Life! They had also released four new videos last Friday. The voice of the main character of the animation, Yuki Takeya, will be performed by Bittney Karbowski, as it is Cynthia Martienz as Miki Naoki, Luci Christian as Yuri Wakasa, and Juliet Simmons as Kurumi Ebisuzawa.

The video previews the dub cast Natalie Rial as Takae, Cara Duncan as Shoujouji, Shanae'a Moore as Kei, Tiffany Grant as Taromaru, Stephanie Wittels as Megumi, Johnny De La Cerda as Ishizuka, Shannon Reed as Sera, David Wald as News Reporter, and Katelyn Barr as Teacher, Saleslady.

The series started serialising from July 2015 and it streamed by Crunchyroll as it aired. The animation series is based on Sadoru Chiba and Norimitsu Kaiho’s manga: School-Live! The manga was published in Manga Time Kirara Forward magazine in 2012. The story centers the life of two girls who live at school.

Masaomi Ando is the director for the animation series at Lerche, and Nitroplus is the script producer. Norimitsu Kaiho is the script manager, and Haruko Iizuka is the character designer.
On Sunday, Shochiku published a trailer for ‘Day 13’; it is an unreleased episode of the animation 91 Days. The trailer is featuring Frate, Fio, Vanno, and Nero.

According to official news, The ‘Day 13’ episode will have three stories. The first story of the animation, Toki no Asase, will revolve around Vanno and Nero persuading Frate to omit mass with them. The second story of the animation, Subete no Kino, will revolve around Ganzo. The third story of the animation, Ashita, Mata Ashita, will revolve around Nero.

The seventh volume of the animation will ship in Japan on 5th July. The 13th episode of the series was released in last July, and the series was streamed by Crunchyroll as it aired. The English-dub for the animation was streamed by Funimation.

Hiro Kaburaki is the director for the animation series, and Taku Kishimoto is the script supervisor for the animation series. Tomohiro Kishi is the character designer and the chief animation director for the animation series. Shogo Kaida is the music producer. The opening theme song for the animation, Signal, is performed by TK while the ending theme song for the animation, Rain or Shine, is performed by ELISA.
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On Saturday, Saboten and Sekina Aoi’s television animation series Gamers! has revealed new key visuals, main cast, theme song artists, and broadcast stations.

The cast for the animation is Hisako Kanemoto as Karen Tendo, Rumi Ookubo as Aguri, Megumi Han as Keita Amano, Manaka Iwami as Chiaki Hoshinomori, and Toshiyuki Toyonaga as Tasuku Uehara. Iwami, Kanemoto, and Ookubo are performing the opening theme song of the animation series. Luce Twinkle Wink, the five-member female unit, is performing the ending theme song of the animation series.

The animation will be premiered in July and it will have 12 episodes. The series will be serialised through AT-X, Tokyo MX, Sun TV, and BS11.

Manabu Okamoto is the director of the animation series at PINE JAM. Hiroki Uchida is the series compositor, and Tensho Sato is the character designer.

Saboten and Aoi released the novel series in 2014, and on 18th March, Kadokawa released the seventh novel.
Hiroya Oku’s manga Inuyashiki had informed that they will end the manga series with the 10th volume. They gave this information through the 9th volume of the manga.

The manga is serialising in Kodansha comics, and digitally releasing from Crunchyroll. The story of the manga revolves around Ichiro Inuyashiki, he is a 58-year-old man. He is continuously ignoring and disrespecting by his family. One day he discovers that he has been suffering from cancer and he has a very little time. Suddenly one day an unnatural phenomenon occurs with him and he started felling very different and unnatural. Now he comes to know that he is not the same person as he used to be.

In January 2014, Oku published the manga in Evening magazine. On 23rd January, Kodansha published the eighth volume of the manga.
A television series also serialising which is based on the manga; it is publishing by MAPPA.
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Shueisha’s YOU magazine had announced on Monday that Kaoru Fukaya is going to launch a new series in the magazine’s next issue. The new series will be based on Kaoru’s well-known manga KANNAsa-n! The series will be started serializing from 15 June.

The story of the KANNAsa-n! manga is revolves around the lead character Kanna Suzuki: she is a simple and energetic girl. She lives in an unhappy environment i.e. not-so-good husband and mother in law, but still she remains happy. She is a seasoned house wife who manages his house and children, along with it she also works as a fashion designer.

The manga, KANNAsa-n!, serialized from 2001 to 2007 in YOU magazine. The manga is a sequel of Fukaya’s Marigold manga. Manga had already been adapted into a live-action series.
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