Amidamuku's Meshi Numa. Manga Gets Anime in New App
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The wraparound jacket band on the fourth compiled book volume of Amidamuku's Meshi Numa. manga revealed on Saturday that the series is receiving an anime adaptation the Anime Beans app at the end of May. The new app will also launch at the end of May to replace Production I.G's existing Tate Anime (Vertical Anime) app.
The food manga centers on Iinuma, a typically dull salaryman who shows ecstatic expressions only when eating. The series debuted on the pixiv Comic website in 2016, and it also serializes in Tokuma Shoten's Monthly Comic Zenon magazine. In addition to manga that previously serialized in the magazine, the series' fourth volume also includes dōjinshi stories.
The new Anime Beans app will offer popular television anime as well as vertical anime, which the Tate Anime app exclusively offers. Tate Anime will end service on May 31.
Production I.G launched the Tate Anime app in June 2017. The app offers short (about three-minute) anime that update on weekdays, and each series has 10 episodes. The new anime are presented vertically for smartphones. The app is aimed at people who do not have time to watch television or do not own a television.
Source: Comic Natalie