Denki-Gai no Honya-san Anime's 2nd Promo Previews Theme Song
posted on by Sarah Nelkin
The second promotional video for the television anime of Asato Mizu's Denki-gai no Honya-san (Electric Town Bookstore Worker) manga on began streaming on Tuesday. The video features the anime's opening theme song, "Kajirikake no Ringo" (A Half-Bitten Apple) by Ayana Taketatsu.
Text: A certain book store in the Electronic Town, "Comic Umanohone" (lit. Horse's Bones; A parody of the dojinshi store Tora no Ana, lit. Tiger's Hole).
Sign on building: Love and eroticism for all.
Kameki: Comic Umanohone, Electric Town branch. We're waiting for you, with no closing days!
Hiotan: Do you like these kind of books?
Umio: I like these kind of books quite a bit.
Text on book: A night vacation
Hiotan: Ah, oh, I see!
Umio: Senpai, do you hate erotic books?
Hiotan: Huh!? Uh, no! That's not what I mean.
Kantoku: A girl and boy are putting stickers on erotic books alone in a room. There's no way nothing will happen!
Umio: What the heck are you talking about?
Umio: There are a lot of people at Uma with weird nicknames, huh?
Hiotan: Let's cosplay again, OK?
Umio: No way...! It's the Sommelier of manga! The god of the new world!!
Sensei: I'm going to become a pro, and go even higher than Senjiro Yagamigawa!
Sensei: When work ends today, come to my house, OK?
Hiotan: I'm someone who loves erotic books!
Sensei: No! No more! I want to quit!
Fu Girl: W-W-Welcome...
Kameko: I was able to take a lot of good photos!
Umio: I love Jonathan's manga!
Kantoku: Everyone's here, so let's just go all out.
G Men: I'm someone who loves erotic books.
Umio: Just what are you confessing for!?
Text: The red-faced, youthful comedy about bookstore clerks who love manga!!
All: Ooh! A party!?
Sensei: With a bang!?
Kantoku: With a bang.
The anime is slated to premiere in October.
The "youthful bookstore comedy" revolves around the folks who work in a Manga Shop deep in a certain "Electric Town" neighborhood. ("Denki-Gai" or "Electric Town" is a popular name for shopping areas that specialize or used to specialize in electric and electronic items, like Tokyo's Akihabara.) The protagonist Umio works part-time at "BOOKS Umanohone" along with his senior at work (but not in age) Hiotan. As many dedicated manga fans visit the store, there is always something going on.
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