A Twitter account was set up to announce that the manga was by Ranpu Shirogane and illustrated by Mamimu, Hanabi-chan wa Okuregachi (Hanabi-chan is often too late), will have an anime adaptation. Universal entertainment, a manufacturing company of pachinko, created the concept “a comedy of anthropomorphic pachinko machines“.

Hanabi-chan wa Okuregachi
Hanabi-chan wa Okuregachi

About Hanabi-chan wa Okuregachi

The manga imagines if Universal Entertainment’s pachinko machines were Hanabi (fireworks), Versus, and Thunder V girls working in a pachinko room. Story creator Shirogane and artist Mamimu published the manga on Hero’s manga site Comiplex on November 21, 2019, and Hero’s editor released the third compiled volume in Japan on April 28.

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A Twitter account was launched to announce that the manga Hanabi-chan wa Okuregachi (Hanabi-chan is often late) written by Ranpu Shirogane and illustrated by Mamimu will have an anime adaptation. Universal Entertainment, a manufacturer of pachinko machines, has developed the concept of an “anthropomorphic pachinko machine comedy”. The manga imagines if Universal Entertainment’s pachinko machines were Hanabi (fireworks), Versus, and Thunder V girls working in a pachinko room. Story creator Shirogane and artist Mamimu published the manga on Hero’s manga site Comiplex on November 21, 2019, and Hero’s editor released the third compiled volume in Japan on April 28.

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