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Shiina's 37.5°C no Namida Manga Resumes, Gets Live-Action TV Series

posted on 2015-05-24 05:30 EDT by Daryl Lee Hale
TV show adapting manga about novice sick day care provider premieres in summer

The July issue of Shogakukan's Cheese! magazine announced on Saturday that Chika Shiina's 37.5°C no Namida (37.5°C Tears) manga will be adapted into a live-action TV drama in Japan this summer.

The series also resumed serialization in the magazine in the same issue with a new chapter.

The manga centers around Momoko, a novice sick day care provider. She takes care of children too sick for their parents to leave in a normal nursery, but nevertheless have to go to work. Although she is an unsociable woman famous for never laughing, Momoko always prioritizes the smiles of the children.

Shiina (Seifuku no Dilemma, Sensei, Sotsugyō) launched the manga in Cheese! magazine in December 2013 and ended its first serialization run last November. Shogakukan published the manga's third compiled book volume on November 26.


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