Until I Meet My Husband Manga's Yoshi Tsukizuki Launches New Manga
posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
The November issue of Kadokawa's Asuka magazine revealed on September 24 that Yoshi Tsukizuki will launch a new manga titled Hachiōji Meibutsu: Tengu no Koi (Hachiōji Specialty: Tengu Love) in the magazine's next issue on November 24. The magazine describes the manga as an awkward and noisy "unusual marriage story" set in Hachiōji. The manga centers on Kotarō, a man who returns to his hometown of Hachiōji due to complicated circumstances. There, the man has an unexpected encounter with a tengu girl in Mount Takao.
Tsukizuki published a manga adaptation of Ryōsuke Nanasaki's Until I Meet My Husband (Boku ga Otto ni Deau Made) novel on Bungeishunju's Bunshun Online website in April 2020, and the publisher released the manga's compiled book volume on April 22. The original essay novel by gay rights activist Nanasaki debuted in May 2019. Seven Seas Entertainment has licensed both Nanasaki's novel and Tsukizuki's manga adaptation and will release both in June 2022.
Source: Asuka November issue and website