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Etsuko Mizusawa's 'Moshi Moshi, Terumi Desu' Manga Ends, Gets Anime Adaptation

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Romantic comedy follows girl who works for telephone company

This year's 10th issue of Shogakukan's Big Comic Spirits magazine is publishing the final chapter of Etsuko Mizusawa's Moshi Moshi, Terumi desu. (Hello, this is Terumi.) manga on Monday, but is also announcing that the manga is inspiring an anime adaptation.

Mizusawa launched the full-color manga in March 2016, and Shogakukan published the first compiled volume in October.

The "telephone romantic comedy" follows a girl named Terumi, who works for a telephone company that has an anti-internet policy, and a middle school boy named Rintarō who is in love with her.

Mizusawa also provided the art for Masayuki Kusumi's Hana no Zubora-Meshi manga, which inspired a drama with anime segments in 2012.

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