A press release confirmed production of an anime adaptation of the manga, written and illustrated by pamper, Watashi no Yuri wa Oshigoto desu! (Yuri is my job!). The press release also revealed the voice cast and production team, but no planned release date for the project was announced.

The press release also included a promotional image in two versions:

Miman started publishing the manga through the magazine Comic Yuri Hime from the publisher ichijinsha in November 2016. The publisher published the eighth anthology in April 2021, followed by the ninth in November 2021 in Japan. Previously, Miman had previously published works such as Kimi-iro Shoujo, Shoujo² Y yuri shoujoto name just a few.

voice output

  • Yui Ogura as Hime Shirasagi.
  • Sumire Uesaka as Mitsuki Ayanokoji.

production team

  • Hijiri Sanpei (Rokka no Yuusha, Joshikousei no Mudazukai, Fuyu no Semi) is responsible for directing the anime at the studios dedication in cooperation STUDIO LINGE.
  • Taisuke Iwasaki (Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Kimi no Na wa, Bakemonogatari) is responsible for character design.

Summary for Yuri is my job!

Life looks promising for Hime Shiraki, a girl with good grades, an impeccable reputation and a pretty face to boot. As long as she can keep her perfect facade, she will be able to fulfill her dream: to be loved by everyone and become a billionaire's trophy wife. On a day like any other, Hime slides down a flight of stairs and falls on Mai Mikoshiba, injuring her arm. It turns out that Mai is the manager of a coffee shop and the injury will make her unable to work.

It is decided that while Mai recovers, Hime will have to fill in for Mai at Cafe Liebe, which has a girls academy theme. Although Hime caused Mai's injury, she is accepted by the other staff, except for one girl who seems to hate her for reasons unknown. Hime is afraid that this girl has looked behind her facade and is reminding her of a disturbing event from her past.

Source: Weird Natalie

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