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Ōya-san wa Shishunki! TV Anime's Main Staff, Lead Voice Actress, Key Visual Revealed

posted on by Jabulani Blyden
Comedy anime featuring theme song by voice actress unit every❤ing! will premiere in January

The official site for the TV anime adaptation of Rurū Minase's Ōya-san wa Shishunki! (Landlord is in Puberty!) manga has announced the show's main staff, theme song artist, key visual, and lead voice actress.

Yuki Ogawa (Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend episode director, My Wife is the Student Council President storyboard writer) is directing the anime at Seven Arcs Pictures. Atsuki Shimizu (Boruto -Naruto the Movie- key animator, Tokyo Ghoul, Tokyo Ghoul √A animation director) is in charge of character designs and is also serving as the chief animation director. Arte Refact (Komori-san Can't Decline, BlazBlue Alter Memory) is composing the music and King Records and bilibili are producing the music.

"every❤ing!," a unit made up of voice actresses Ibuki Kido and Erii Yamazaki, will perform the theme song.

The website also revealed that Yurika Kubo (Love Live!'s Hanayo Koizumi, Monster Musume's Tionisia) will voice the lead character Chie Satōnaka. The key visual's (pictured below) accompanying tagline reads: "I want to live in this kind of apartment!"

The anime will premiere in January.

The four-panel manga follows a protagonist who is living alone for the first time after finding employment. At his tiny, no-bath apartment he finds a landlord who looks like a little sister. She does the cooking and housework, so sometimes seems like a grandmother, but she also enjoys a normal middle school life with her friends.

Minase launched the manga in Manga Time in 2012, and it also began serializing in Manga Time's sister publication Manga Time Family in January 2014. Houbunsha shipped the fourth compiled volume on May 7.

Thanks to Rachel S. for the news tip.

Key visual via Comic Natalie

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