On the official site for the anime adaptation of the manga, written and illustrated by TNSK, Uchi no Shishou wa Shippo ga Nai (My master has no tail) the second promotional image of the project was released. The press release confirmed that the premiere is scheduled for next September 30th in Japan and also announced the cast of the project.

For his part TNSK Manga publication started through the magazine Well! afternoon from the publisher Kodansha in January 2019. The publisher published the seventh anthology in January 2022, followed by the eighth in July 2022 in Japan.

Uchi no Shishou wa Shippo ga Nai

voice output

  • mao ichimichi like Mamada.
  • Hibiku Yamamura like Bunco.
  • Lynn as Shirara Tsubaki.
  • Takuya Eguchi as Tsubaki Byakudanji.
  • Ayumu Murase like Sakujirou.
  • Natsuki Aikawa like Omatsu.
  • Ikumi Hasegawa like Koito.
  • Yuichiro Umehara like rakuda.

production team

  • Hideyo Yamamoto (Strike the Blood, The Prince of Tennis II, Cells at Work! code black) is responsible for directing the anime at the studios LIDEN FILMS.
  • Touko Machida (lucky star, the [email protected]) is responsible for writing and supervising the screenplays in collaboration with Kei Shimobayashi, Aya Satsuki Y Yuuho Togashi.
  • Ryou Yamauchi (Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress: The Battle of Unato) is responsible for character design and animation direction.

Synopsis of Uchi no Shishou wa Shippo ga Nai

The fantasy story takes place in Japan's Taisho era (1912-1926). Follow Mameda, a shapeshifting raccoon girl who dreams of becoming human. Mameda transforms into a pretty, black-haired human girl and sets off for the bustling city of Osaka. However, people soon notice Mameda's disguise, and a beautiful woman ruthlessly tells the distraught Mameda, "Go back the way you came." It turns out that this woman named Bunko is a supernatural creature herself who turned into a rakugo (comic story) narrator. Mameda asks Bunko to become her teacher and teach her how to play a human.

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