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'How clumsy you are, Miss Ueno' Anime Premieres on January 6

posted on by Crystalyn Hodgkins

The official website for the television anime of tugeneko's Ueno-san wa Bukiyō (How Clumsy you are, Miss Ueno) manga revealed on Thursday that the anime will premiere on January 6. The anime will premiere on BS11 on January 6 at 24:30 (effectively January 7 at 12:30 a.m.), before later airing on Tokyo MX and J:COM TV. The anime will stream in Japan on Docomo Anime Store, AbemaTV, and niconico.

Tomohiro Yamanashi (Yurumates3Dei) is credited both as director and for series composition at Lesprit. Ayano Ōwada (Black Butler: Book of Circus episode animation director) is credited for both character designs and as animation director. Katsuki Sarutani (WorldEnd) is the art director. Haruko Nobori (Tiger & Bunny, Typhoon Noruda) is the color key artist. Nobuyuki Abe is the sound director, while Yasuhiro Misawa is composing the music. Nippon Columbia is credited for music production. Gathering is credited for production cooperation.

Miku Itō is performing the opening theme song "Hirameki Heartbeat" (Flash Heartbeat). Hideki Hayashi wrote the lyrics, and Junichi Satō of the group fhána composed and arranged the song.

The comedy manga centers on the titular Ueno, a stoic and strong-willed genius junior high school girl who is the president of her school's science club. She has already invented many handy gadgets for her own use. However, she is clumsy and awkward when it comes to romance.

The artist tugeneko launched the manga in Young Animal in February 2015. Hakusensha published the manga's fourth compiled book volume on May 29, and will ship the fifth volume on December 26.

Sources: How Clumsy you are, Miss Ueno anime's website, Mainichi Shimbun's Mantan Web

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