On the official Twitter account for the anime adaptation of the manga Gotoubun no Hanayome ((The quintessence of the quintuplets) an update of the promotional image of the second season of the project was released. The image was updated after the fourth episode, entitled "Seven Goodbyes: Part 3", was broadcast Nino Nakano Hair is cut. The original advertising image is displayed on the left and the update on the right.

The series has been broadcast in Japan since January 7th and has been confirmed with a total of twelve episodes, while the platform was responsible for the worldwide broadcast Crunchyroll. In fact, the premiere was scheduled for October 2020 but has been postponed due to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Production team

  • Kaori Fujita ((Endro ~!, Miira no kaikata, Yuyushiki) is responsible for directing the anime in the studios Bibury animation studios, replace Satoshi Kuwabara is already studying Tezuka Productions.
  • Keiichirou Ouchi ((Adachi to Shimamura, Hinamatsuri, Machikado Mazoku) is responsible for writing and monitoring the scripts.
  • Masato Katsumata ((Azure Lane, Grisaia: Phantom Trigger The animation) is responsible for the character design and the direction of animation.
  • Hanae Nakamura is responsible for the composition of the soundtrack in collaboration with Miki Sakurai.

Synopsis of Gotoubun no Hanayome

One day the poor student Fuutarou Uesugi gets a job as a tutor with excellent pay. An excellent opportunity to make money, isn't it? Well, it turns out that your tutor is your classmate! And he will teach not only her but also her four sisters! Yes! They are quintuplets! They are all beautiful, but unlike the way they look, their attitudes are completely different. Can Fuutarou get the nakano quintuplets successfully graduated from high school? Are you going to fall in love with any of them?

Source: Comic Natalie

(c) 委員会 場 ね ぎ ・ ・ 講 社 / 「「 五 等分 の ∬ 」」 製作 委員会

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