A press release confirmed production of an anime adaptation of the manga, written and illustrated by Marcey Naitou, Amagami-san Chi no Enmusubi (Amagami household matchmaking). However, the announcement was made during a special broadcast celebrating the second anniversary of the original manga No release dates or production details have been reported..

The statement included a comment from the author:

  • Β«From the start, I felt that the work and the fans were very close, and I had a strong desire for fans to learn about the anime adaptation before anyone else at the special events dedicated to them. Normally it would be normal for this to be announced in the main issue of Weekly Shonen Magazine where it will be published as a series, but this time the anime production committee and editor-in-chief understood such strong feelings and this surprising announcement was made at an event.

Marcey Naitouwas the author's assistant Negi Haruba in the manga by Gotoubun no Hanayome (The quintessential quintuplets), started publishing the manga through the magazine Weekly Shōnen Magazine from the publisher kodansha in April 2021. He had previously published this story as a one-shot in December 2020, but it gained enough notoriety to make it his first sequel work.

Summary of Amagami-san Chi no Enmusubi

The series follows Uryuu Kamihate, a high school student who aspires to pass the entrance exams to Kyoto University's medical school. After spending much of his life in an orphanage after the death of his mother, he comes to the Amagami Shrine where the chief priests ask him to marry one of their three granddaughters. Uryuu and the Amagami sisters also have to deal with various problems, such as the threatened closure of the sanctuary for financial reasons. Flashforwards imply that Uryuu will end up marrying one of the sisters.

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