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Uzamaid! Anime's 4th BD/DVD Volume to Include Hot Spring Original Video Anime

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Misha also gets into a tiff with Tsubame and tries to be a maid herself

The official website for the anime of Kanko Nakamura's Uchi no Maid ga Uzasugiru! (Our Maid is Way Too Annoying!) manga began streaming a web trailer on March 19. The trailer previews the 24-minute "Uchi no Maid wa Yappari Mō Hontō Uzainda naa…" (Our Maid Is Still Really Annoying …) original video anime (OVA) that the anime's fourth Blu-ray Disc/DVD volume will include on April 24.

In the new OVA, Misha and the others have made it to the latest hot spring theme park that people are buzzing about. Misha got tickets from Midori, and she invited "Washi-Washi" and Yui. Of course, Tsubame shows up there …

Also, one day, Misha happens to watch an anime with a blundering maid, and mutters, "Anyone can be a maid." Hearing this, Tsubame gets in a tiff with her, and Misha utters without thinking, "I'll become a maid!""

Takashi Aoshima returned from the earlier television anime to write the OVA, and Setsumu Doukawa and Shōji Nishida storyboarded the OVA. The television anime's Shige Fukase, Yoshiyuki Shirahata, and Masahiko Ohta also returned to direct the episode, and the animation directors are Jun Yamazaki, Yusuke Yamamoto, Noritaka Tateguchi, Kanna Hirayama, Yukiko Kawamoto, Hiroshi Tatezaki, and Lee Joohyun. Yamazaki and Marumi Sugita are reprising their chief animation director roles.

Nakamura's manga centers on Misha, a little girl who lost her mother at an early age, and now lives with her father. Her father employs a maid named Tsubame, who was a former Self-Defense Force official, and is also a lolicon.

Ohta and Takashi Aoshima — the director and series head writer, respectively, of Himouto! Umaru-chan, Gabriel DropOut, and Mitsudomoe — reunited in the same roles for the television anime at Doga Kobo (Himouto! Umaru-chan, Himōto! Umaru-chan R, Gabriel DropOut). Jun Yamazaki (Three Leaves, Three Colors) designed the characters.

The television anime premiered in Japan in October, and Crunchyroll streamed it as it aired in Japan.

Source: Uzamaid! anime's website via Ota-Suke


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