On the official page for the anime Gochuumon wa Usagi Desu ka? bloom, the third season of the anime adaptation of the manga, written and illustrated by Koi, Gochuumon wa Usagi Desu ka?Details and cover art for the third compiled Blu-ray / DVD volume have been revealed.

This volume will be released in Japan on February 26, 2021 and contains the fifth to sixth episodes of this third season. The Blu-ray version costs 6,600 yen (about $ 64) and the DVD version costs 5,500 yen ($ 53). Finally, Koi released a special illustration to commemorate the broadcast of the last episode.

On the other hand, this third season premiered on October 10th in Japan and had twelve episodes. Koi began with the publication of the manga Gochuumon wa Usagi Desu ka? in the magazine Manga time Kirara Karat from the publisher Houbunsha in March 2011.

Production team

  • Hiroyuki Hashimoto was responsible for directing the anime in the studios Promote films.
  • Kazuyuki Fudeyasu was responsible for writing and overseeing the scripts.
  • Yousuke okuda was responsible for the character design.
  • The musical unit Petit Rabbit's, consisting of voice actors Ayane Sakura, Inori Minase, Risa Taneda , Satomi Satou and Maaya uchida, played the opening song entitled "Tenkuu Cafeteria".
  • The musical unit Chimame-tai, consisting of voice actors Inori Minase, Sora Tokui and Rie Murakawa, ion played the final theme song entitled “Nakayoshi! Maru! Nakayoshi! ”.

Synopsis of Gochuumon wa Usagi Desu ka?

Cocoa Hoto will enter the Rabbit House Cafe provided there are rabbits inside to live with. What Cocoa discovers is that it is actually her dormitory run by the owner's daughter, Chino Kafuu, a shy little girl who wears an angora rabbit on her head.

Cocoa quickly becomes friends with Chino and from that point on she will experience a new life with new friends. A comedy story and life stories high in sugar.

Source: official page

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