Udon to Launch Otherwordly Izakaya Nobu Manga in September 2018
TORONTO, ONTARIO - March. 29, 2018 – A Japanese style pub called “Nobu” exists in a back alley of the fictional medieval European city of Eiteriach. When the citizens of this strange world sit down to enjoy some unfamiliar Japanese cuisine, their troubles simply melt away… With over 900,000 copies already in print in Japan, the Otherworldly Izakaya "Nobu" manga series hits North American shelves in September 2018 through Udon Entertainment.
The series is written by Natsuya Semikawa and illustrated by Virginia Nitōhei. Each volume of this delightful manga is packed with tidbits about both Japanese and German cuisine, for which publisher Udon Entertainment have included a hearty helping of footnotes for fervent foodies.
The manga arrives hot on the heels of the anime adaptation, Isekai Izakaya: Koto Aitheria no Izakaya Nobu, which will be simulcast worldwide via Bandai Channel, Amazon Video, and Hulu in April 2018. The anime series is produced by Sunrise, and directed by Katsumi Ono (Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's, Symphogear G/GX/AXZ).
OTHERWORLDLY IZAKAYA NOBU Vol.1 arrives in stores everywhere September 2018. Subsequent volumes of the series will be published every two months.
OTHERWORLDLY IZAKAYA NOBU Vol.1
DETAILS: 164 pg, 5.75 x 8.25”, B&W, manga
MSRP: $12.99 USD
RELEASE DATE: September 2018
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