A press release reports that the manga was written by Araki Joh and illustrated by Kenji Nagatomo, barkeeperShe will have a new anime project. The statement didn't reveal any details, so it's currently unknown if it will be a TV series, a movie, or a simple OVA.

As part of the announcement, the anime is also working on a new project called "BAR Katsu” to support the consumption of bars and alcohol. Projects that are part of the collaboration will help explain the appeal of bars and alcohol and include a community website called BAR Katsu BASE.


Araki Joh Y Kenji Nagatomo They started publishing the manga in the magazine Great jump from the publisher shueisha in December 2004, and they finished it in December 2011 with a total of twenty-one compiled volumes released. The piece has previously inspired an eleven-episode anime adaptation produced by Palm Studio and released in Japan in October 2006, although evidently from analyzing the data it was done very early in the manga's release.

bartender summary

Located in Tokyo's Ginza district, Eden Hall is a laid-back bar that few people meet. It's run by legendary bartender Ryu Sasakura, who is a genius at mixing the right drink for the right customer. During his time at Eden Hall, guests from all walks of life with all sorts of burdens come to the hall to have a good drink and exchange a few kind words with Ryu, which helps them solve their problems and revitalize them to move on with life.

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