A press release reported that the novel was written by Tomihiko morimi, Yojouhan Time Machine Blues (Tatami Time Machine Blues), will have an anime adaptation. The press release confirmed the production team responsible for the project, but did not disclose a release date or format.

This novel is a continuation of the novel Yojouhan Shinwa Taikei (The tatami galaxy), which Morimi published in 2004 through the publisher Ohta publishing house. This novel inspired his own eleven-part anime adaptation that was produced by the studios. Madhouse, Headed by Masaaki Yuasa and scripts written by Makoto ueda, published in April 2010. Finally, this new novel was published in Japan on July 29, 2020 and is inspired by the play by Makoto ueda, Summertime machine blues. Morimi wrote the novel and Ueda, a close friend of the author, is credited with the original concept.

Production team

  • Shingo natsume (ACCA: 13-ku Kansatsu-ka, Boogiepop wa Warawanai (2019), One Punch Man, Sonny Boy) that was worked with Masaaki Yuasa in the first production he is responsible for directing the anime in the studios Science SARU.
  • Makoto ueda (Penguin Highway, Rilakkuma to Yuuenchi, Yoru wa Mijikashi Arukeyo Otome) is responsible for writing and maintaining the scripts.
  • Yusuke Nakamura (Atarashii Sekai, Yojouhan Shinwa Taikei, Yoru wa Mijikashi Arukeyo Otome) is responsible for character design.
Yojouhan Time Machine Blues

Yojouhan Time Machine Blues Synopsis

In the story of this sequel, the annoying friend of the protagonist of the original series, Ozu, breaks the remote control of the air conditioning of the apartment building in midsummer. Students begin to wonder what to do in this situation and make a plan with Akashi. However, a student comes from the future 25 years and the protagonist travels back in time to get the remote control with no past mistakes.

Source: Comic Natalie

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