On the official site for the anime adaptation of the manga by Souichiro Yamamoto, Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san (Teasing from Master Takagi-san) a new promotional image for the next feature film in the franchise was released. The image maintains the release date planned for June 10 in Japan, and the statement writes:
«The main image released this time is an image of Takagi teasing Nishikata about a little white kitten with the catchphrase "Little Encounters, the Beginning of Summer". Beyond lay the brilliant blue of the Seto Inland Sea and the "Angel Path", a popular spot in Shodoshima.». On the other hand, the synopsis of the film states: «Takagi and Nishikata spend the summer of their third year of high school. Along with the lines from the characters pondering the future that awaits them in the last summer of their high school life, this could be the last chance for both of them to get clean.».
Souichiro Yamamoto The publication of the original manga began through the magazine Monthly Shōnen Sunday from the publisher Shogakukan in June 2013. The play inspired a twelve episode anime adaptation produced by Studios Shin Egg animationLed by Hiroaki Akaki and screenplays written by Michiko YokotePremiered in January 2018, with a second season in July 2019 and a twelve-episode third season in January 2022.
- Hiroaki Akaki (Hina Logi: By Luck & Logic, Kakkou no Iinazuke, Sentouin, Hakenshimasu!) is responsible for directing the anime at the studios Shin Egg animation.
- Hiroko Fukuda (Doukyonin wa Hiza, Tokidoki, Atama no Ue.), Aki Itami (Nijiiro days) J Kanichi Katō (Mairimashita! Iruma-kun) write and supervise the screenplays.
- Aya Takano (Himuto! Umaru-chan, Shirokuma Cafe) is responsible for character design and animation direction.
- Hiroaki Tsutsumi (Jujutsu Kaisen, Dr. Stone, Tokyo Avengers) is responsible for composing the soundtrack.
Summary for Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san
The mischievous high school boy Nishikata grins from ear to ear and looks at Takagi, the girl who sits next to him in class. He's just devised a master plan to finally get revenge on her for all the reckless teasing she's inflicted on him. As he begins to put his plan into action, Takagi intervenes with a single comment that stops Nishikata in his tracks. She has turned the tables once again. "If you blush, you lose." It's the unwritten rule between the two since they met in high school. Day after day, defeat after defeat, Nishikata tries to watch Takagi blush with shame, but his futile attempts only lead to more taunts. Will their relationship progress beyond this vicious cycle of trying to outsmart each other?
Source: Weird Natalie