Mizuka Yuzuhara's Shōjo Manga Nanairo Kakumei Gets TV Anime Shorts
posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
The November issue of Shueisha's Ribon shōjo magazine is announcing on Saturday that Mizuka Yuzuhara's Nanairo Kakumei (Seven-Colored Revolution) manga is inspiring a three-episode anime adaptation.
The anime will air on October 6, 13, and 20, as segments within the children's television program Oha-Suta ("Good Morning Studio") on TV Tokyo. The cast consists of Reina Ueda as Nana, Shizuka Ishigami as Yuyu, and Daiki Yamashita as Shioka.
"The real friendship story" centers around Nana, who constantly finds herself unable to refuse the wishes of her childhood friend Yuyu—such as styling her hair the same or carrying the same accessories—even if she hates it. She decides she wants to change her attitude and won't follow everything Yuyu says anymore.
Yuzuhara launched the manga in Ribon in August 2014. Shueisha published the manga's third compiled book volume last Friday.