Shūdengo, Capsule Hotel de, Jōshi ni Binetsu Tsutawaru Yoru. Romance Manga Gets TV Anime
posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Publisher Suiseisha announced on Thursday that it is producing a television anime adaptation of Meg's Shūdengo, Capsule Hotel de, Jōshi ni Binetsu Tsutawaru Yoru. (The Night When Me and My Boss Spent the Night at the Capsule Hotel After the Last Train and He Passed His Fever to Me).
The manga centers on Minori, an office worker, and her boss Hadano, who are constantly arguing with each other. One night, after a company drinking party, Minori and Hatano are having their usual argument, when Minori realizes that she has missed the last train. They decide to spend the night at a nearby capsule hotel, but an incident forces them to share the same unit.
The anime will premiere on Tokyo MX on October 7. The "complete version" of the anime with "additional explicit scenes" will premiere on ComicFesta's Anime Zone streaming service.
The cast is different between the regular version and complete version. The cast includes:
Hideki Araki (Sōryo to Majiwaru Shikiyoku no Yoru ni...) is directing the anime, with scripts by Arikura Arika. Mizuki Aoba is designing the characters, with Yuka Honma credited for sub clothing design. Suiseisha is credited for production, with Namu Animation credited for production cooperation.
The other staff members include:
- Color Design: Ami Hoshino
- Art Design: Noboru Sakuma
- Art Director: Seo Gu Lee
- Director of Photography: Ayumi Itakura
- Editing: Kōki Shinkai
- Sound Director: Takahiro Enomoto
- Sound Production: Studio Mouse
EIGHT OF TRIANGLE performs the theme song for the regular version, while DJ BooTA feat. Oji Irie performs the theme song for the complete version.
Meg published the manga in August 2017, and the manga's first compiled book volume shipped on March 18.