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Mikakunin de Shinkōkei Comedy Anime's Characters, Song Previewed in Video

posted on 2013-10-22 14:00 EDT
Cherry Arai's 4-panel manga of high school girl (& sister) who end up living with her fiancé & his sister

The official website for the comedy television anime series Mikakunin de Shinkōkei (literally, "Unconfirmed & In-Progress") began streaming the first promotional movie on Sunday.

Cherry Arai's original four-panel manga revolves around Kobeni Yonomori, who on her 16th birthday suddenly has a young man with little presence named Hakuya Mitsumine and his little sister Mashiro appear in front of her. It turns out that Hakuya is her fiancé, and Mashiro is her future sister-in-law. The three (and Konbeni's big sister Benio) start living together underneath the same roof, and hilarious happenings occur.

The show's cast includes:


Haruka Terui (background characters in NAKAIMO, Tamako Market) as Kobeni Yonomori, the "ultimate average high school first-year student." She handles the cooking and all other household chores.


Eriko Matsui (Log Horizon's Isuzu) as Benio Yonomori, the talented student council head at high school. She is actually a pervert with siscon and lolicon issues.


Yuri Yoshida as Mashiro Mitsumine, Hakuya's little sister.


Wataru Hatano (Valvrave's Takumi Kibakawa, Fairy Tail's Gajeel Redfox) as Hakuya Mitsumine, Kobeni's fiancé. He is tall, taciturn, and a bit oblivious to the world.

The video also reveals the show's staff. Yoshiyuki Fujiwara (GJ Club) is directing the series off of scripts by Fumihiko Shimo (Air, Clannad). Ai Kikuchi (Rainbow - Nisha Rokubō no Shichinin, Iron Man) is serving as character designer and chief animation director. Dogakobo is animating the series. Junky is producing the theme song "Tomadoi Recipe" by the Mikakuningu! unit made up of voice actresses Terui, Matsui, and Yoshida.

Thanks to Woun Thisworld for the news tip.

Source: MoCa News

Images © Cherry Arai/Ichijinsha, Mikakunin de Shinkōkei Production Committee


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