On the official site for the animated adaptation of the manga written and illustrated by Mogusu, Koi according to Yobu ni wa Kimochiwarui ((It is disgusting to call this love) the cover and details of the first Blu-ray package in the series were released.

This package is due to be released in Japan on August 4th and will contain the first through fourth episodes of this adaptation at a price of 10,780 yen (about 103 US dollars). Benefits include a special brochure and audio commentary from the production team.

The series has aired in Japan since April 5th Crunchyroll responsible for sales in the west while the manga is published on the website Pixiv comic since 2016 and the publisher Ichijinsha publishes the series in the format of the compilation volumes.

Production team

  • Naomi Nakayama ((orange, Nerawareta Gakuen) is responsible for directing the anime in the studios nomad.
  • Yuuko Kakihara ((Aikatsu friends!, BanG Dream!, Hataraku Saibou, Chihayafuru) is responsible for writing and monitoring the scripts.
  • Mariko Fujita ((Shukufuku no Campanella, Galaxy Angel, Rosario to the vampire) is responsible for the character design and the direction of animation.
  • Hiroaki Tsutsumi ((Ahiru no Sora, Kami-tachi ni Hirowareta Otoko, Jujutsu Kaisen) is responsible for composing the soundtrack.

Synopsis from Koi to Yobu ni wa Kimochiwarui

Once you fall in love with someone, there is no stopping love. A strange event provokes a meeting between Ryou Amakusa, a high-ranking businessman and womanizer, and his sister's best friend, the student Ichika Arima. From there, Ryou falls madly in love with her. On the one hand, he approaches her with almost too direct methods, while she simply reacts with disgust and insults him without hesitation ... which he sees as her way of showing affection. This is a romantic comedy about a twisted elite employee and a normal otaku girl and schoolgirl.

Fountain: official page

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