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Kaho Miyasaki's 1/100,000 Manga Gets Live-Action Film Adaptation

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Spinoff manga of Miyasaka's Akai Ito launched in 2015 after main manga ended

The November issue of Shogakukan's Cheese! magazine revealed on Saturday that Kaho Miyasaka's 1/100,000 manga will get a live-action film adaptation.

The magazine also revealed that Miyasaka will launch a new manga in the magazine's December issue on October 24 titled Kiniro Japanesque ~Yokohama Karentan~.

1/100,000 is a spinoff series of Miyasaka's Akai Ito manga, and centers on the characters Rino Sakuragi and Ren Kiritani. Rino has been in a group of friends with her crush Kiritani since junior high school. Rino has never been comfortable with herself, and she is very shy when it comes to talking to the popular Kiritani.

Miyasaka launched 1/100,000 in Cheese! in August 2015, and ended it in the October issue on August 24. Shogakukan published the manga's eighth compiled book volume on June 26, and will publish the ninth volume on October 26.

Miyasaka launched the Akai Ito manga in Cheese! in August 2012 after publishing a 40-page preview chapter titled Akai Ito: Innocent Scene in July 2012. Miyasaka ended the manga in July 2015, a month before Miyasaka launched 1/100,000. Shogakukan published nine volumes for the manga.

Viz Media published Miyasaka's Kare First Love series in North America.

Source: Cheese! November issue


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