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The Girl I Like Forgot Her Glasses Anime Reveals 1st Promo Video, Visual, Staff, Cast

posted on by Crystalyn Hodgkins

The official website for the television anime adaptation of Koume Fujichika's The Girl I Like Forgot Her Glasses (Suki na Ko ga Megane wo Wasureta) manga revealed the show's first promotional video, key visual, July premiere, cast, and staff on Tuesday.


The anime will star Masahiro Itou as Kaede Komura and Shion Wakayama as Ai Mie.

Susumu Kudo (chief director of The Masterful Cat Is Depressed Again Today, director of K, Cinderella Nine) is the chief director of the anime at GoHands, and Katsumasa Yokomine (The Masterful Cat Is Depressed Again Today) is directing the series. Tamazo Yanagi is writing the scripts. Shingo Suzuki is the concept artist, Takayuki Uchida is the character designer, and Hiroshi Okubo is the main animator. Chief animation directors include: Keiji Tani, Makoto Furuta, and Takayuki Uchida. Hisashi Muramatsu is the sound director at Glovision. Jimmy Thumb P is composing the music at Flying Dog.

Square Enix Manga & Books is releasing the manga in English, and it describes the story:

Komura starts his school year with a new seat neighbor in homeroom—the bespectacled Mie. Before long, he's nursing a raging crush on his quirky classmate who's always forgetting her glasses! While this might be ideal for Komura to get to know Mie better, will his poor heart give out from the daily strain of being up close and personal with the girl he likes?!

Fujichika launched the manga in Square Enix's Gangan Joker magazine in November 2018. Comikey has also licensed the manga from Square Enix and is releasing it in English digitally.

Sources: The Girl I Like Forgot Her Glasses anime's website, Comic Natalie

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