In one of the event panels Jump Festa 2021, the editorial Shueisha announced this Sunday that the manga will be written and illustrated by Sana Kirioka, Taishou Otome Otogibanashiis being adapted to an anime series that will premiere in 2021. Also, the first image for the anime was released.

Taishou Otome Otogibanashi

Kirioka published the manga Taishou Otome Otogibanashi between 2015 and 2017 in the magazine Jump SQ from the publisher Shueisha. His work comprised a total of five volumes. Later, between 2018 and 2020, he released a sequel to the manga series entitled Shouwa Otome Otogibanashiwhich was also compiled in 5 volumes.


  • Yusuke Kobayashi as Tamahiko Shima.
  • Saya Aizawa as Yuzuki Tachibana.

Production team

  • Jun Hatori will be the one who takes the direction of the series in the studies Synergy SP.
  • Hiroko Fukuda will be responsible for writing and overseeing the series scripts.
  • Mayu Watanabe takes care of the design of the characters.

Taishou Otome Otogibanashi Synopsis

Tamahiko Shima is the youngest son of the powerful and wealthy Shima family. Blessed with great happiness from childhood, he unwittingly grew up more than the affections of his often distant family. After Tamahiko lost his mother in an accident and paralyzed his dominant arm, he fell into deep despair and was rejected by his own father because of his disability. Condemned to live in isolation in the countryside where his family's name would not be ashamed, he gave up on dying alone until one day a young woman named Yuzuki Tachibana appeared on his doorstep and announced that Tamahiko's father had closed her sent to his girlfriend. . While taking care of Tamahiko, Yuzuki brings a sense of spring into Tamahiko's sad life and enables her to gradually heal from the deep emotional scars of her youth. Their lives slowly intertwine as Tamahiko and Yuzuki taste the fruits of their first love.

Source: Official website

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