In the vibrant world of anime, a new gem is being polished. Egumi Sora, the creator of the charming manga "The Dialect of the Girl I Fell in Love With in Okinawa is Too Difficult to Deal With" (Okinawa from Suki ni Natta Ko ga Hougen Sugite Tsurasugiru), has sparked excitement with the announcement of its anime adaptation. The details of this adaptation, including the voice cast, have been unveiled, though the anticipation continues to build as the release date remains a mystery.

Since its inception in January 2020, the manga has been a delightful read under the publication of Kurage Bunch from Shinchosha. Egumi Sora, known for works like “Batsu Gal”, “Amano-ke Yotsugo wa Ketsuekigata ga Zenin Chigau”, and "Nipongo", is now seeing this particular story come to life in animated form for the first time.

Meet the Voices Behind the Characters

  • Takeo Ootsuka brings life to Teruaki Nakamura.
  • Akari Kitou voices Hina Kyan.
  • Ai Fairouz portrays Kana Higa.

The Creative Minds Behind the Scenes

  • Shingo Tanabe, known for his work on various anime, takes the helm as director at Millepensee studios.
  • Shin Itagaki oversees the project, contributing his expertise to scriptwriting and supervision.
  • Tomohiro Yoshida is the mastermind behind the character design and animation direction.
  • The musical ambiance is crafted by Tomohisa Ishikawa, Yoshimi Katayama, and Ayano Kinjou, who compose the soundtrack.

The Dialect of the Girl I Fell in Love With in Okinawa is Too Difficult to Deal With

A Glimpse into the Heartwarming Story

The narrative centers on Teruaki Nakamura, a Tokyo boy who finds himself in Okinawa, captivated by Hina Kyan and her enchanting dialect. The language barrier is formidable, but with Kana Higa's translations, a unique cultural romance blossoms. Unbeknownst to Teruaki, Kana harbors her own affections, adding layers to this southern island love tale.

As weaves through the complexities of love and language, viewers are invited to immerse themselves in the cultural tapestry of Okinawa. The anime promises to be a heartwarming exploration of youthful affection, cultural nuances, and the unspoken emotions that resonate with us all. Share this journey with friends, and together, anticipate the release of an anime that speaks the universal language of the heart.

Source: Comic Natalie


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