Kanojo’s first Blu-ray, Okarishimasu, has sold no more than 1,000 copies

It has been reported that the first compiled Blu-ray volume of the anime adaptation of the manga was written and illustrated by Reiji Miyajima, Kanojo, Okarishimasu, accumulated 925 copies that were sold within a week of its release.

The volume was released on October 28th in Japan and contains episodes 1 to 3 of this series. The limited Blu-ray version was released at a price of 11,550 yen (about $ 111) while the regular edition was priced at 9,500 yen (about $ 91). The report lists 553 copies of one issue and 372 copies of the other. However, it has not yet been updated and indicates which editions it relates to.

On the other hand, the first season premiered on July 10th in Japan and the production of a second season was confirmed. Miyajima started publishing the manga in the magazine Weekly Shonen Magazine from the publisher Kodansha in July 2017. The publisher published the fifteenth compiled volume on June 17th.

Production team

  • Kazuomi Koga (Ameiro cocoa rain color e Youkoso!) was responsible for directing the anime in the studios TMS Entertainment.
  • Mitsutaka Hirota (Nanbaka, Anime Gataris) was responsible for writing the scripts.
  • Kanna Hirayama was responsible for the character design.
  • HYADAIN was responsible for composing the soundtrack.

Synopsis of Kanojo, Okarishimasu

In Japan, the lonely have a new option; An online service to rent parents, children and even girlfriends! When Kazuya's crush rejects him, he decides he's desperate enough to try the service and is shocked to discover how beautiful his rental girlfriend is.

However, she wants to keep her "relationship" a secret, and there is a problem ... she goes to her university ... and her grandmothers live in the same house ... and they are neighbors! To his surprise, Kazuya will find that she's not as cool as she appears ...

Source: Yaraon!

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