Written and illustrated by on the official Twitter account for the animated adaptation of the manga Ikumi hino, Megami-ryou not a ryoubo-kun ((Dormitory of the mother of the goddess) a new promotional video was posted for the project. The video is an expanded version of the video that was revealed during the event AnimeJapan 2021.

The series does not yet have a scheduled premiere date while Hino began publishing the manga in the magazine. Monthly Shonen Ace from the publisher Kadokawa The publisher published the fifth compiled volume in May 2020, followed by the sixth in January 2021 in Japan.


  • Misuzu Yamada like Kouji Nagumo.
  • Ayaka Nanase as Athena Saotome.
  • Chiaki Takahashi as Mineru Wachi.
  • Risako Murai as Kiriya Sneshou.
  • Asaki Fukuyama like Frey.
  • Yuki Yomichi as Serene Hozumi.
  • Hikaru Nanjou like tea koroyasu.

Production team

  • Shunsuke Nakashige ((Darling in franxx) is responsible for directing the anime in the studios Asread.
  • Masashi Suzuki ((Gift: Eternal rainbow, Canocon, Oshigoto's Koe! The animation) is responsible for writing and monitoring the scripts.
  • Maiko okada ((Great pretender, Koi wa Ameagari no you ni, Koutetsujou no Kabaneri) is responsible for the character design.
  • The musical unit Megami Ryousei ((Ashu Nekota, Nairu, Kukuru Kurasaka, Anger and Yuki Yomichi) will perform the opening song entitled "Naughty Love".
  • The musical unit Ryousei + α ((Ashu Nekota, Nairu, Kukuru Kurasaka, Anger, Yuki Yomichi and Akira itsuki) the final song with the title “Zettai! Kimi Sengen ”.

Megami-ryou no Ryoubo-kun Synopsis

The story revolves around a twelve-year-old boy named Koushi Nagumo, who is homeless, destitute and has no family to look after him. While he sleeps on the street, he is picked up to become manager of a dormitory where disruptive students live. Surrounded by these troubled girls, Koushi's "easy ecchi new life" begins.

Source: Official Twitter account

© 2021 Ikumi Hino / 女神 寮


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