During a special event for the animated franchise of Uzaki-chan wa Asobitai! (Uzaki-chan wants to hang out!) a new promotional image was revealed for the project’s second season. The press release confirmed that the premiere is scheduled for Japan in 2022.

Uzaki-chan wa Asobitai!

It was also announced that an “Audio Collection” will be released this coming autumn, which will contain all tracks from the soundtrack of the animated adaptation and two new exclusive songs:Seishun swimmers“From the characters Uzaki-chan and Shinichi and”Enjoy! Cafe Gohan“From the characters Ami, Akihiko and Sasaki. It will also include covers of the opening and closing themes of Uzaki-chan and the short version of the original songs.

Take began publishing the manga through the portal Dr. Dra Sharp from Niconico Seiga since December 2017, while the publisher Fujimi shobo he has published his compiled volumes. The piece inspired a twelve-part anime adaptation produced by the studios. ENGI, Headed by Kazuya miura and scripts written by Takashi Aoshima, published in July 2020.

Summary of Uzaki-chan wa Asobitai!

At the beginning of her freshman year in college, Hana Uzaki met Shinichi Sakurai, a senior citizen who was in the same club as she during her high school years. But to his surprise, the once active senior has become a “lonely” student who prefers to spend his free time in peace. Uzaki does everything possible to keep Sakurai from being “alone”, to convince him to go to the movies, even to his part-time job.

While Sakurai finds her irritating and boring, he agrees with Uzaki’s antics and antics, even though he knows that her light-hearted personality will only lead the two into various weird situations. However, as the days go by, their relationship only improves to the point where people around them misinterpret them as a couple. Regardless, as long as Uzaki wants to hang out with his senior, some fun and adorable madness is sure to follow!

Source: Comic Natalie

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