On the official page for the manga written and illustrated by Nanashi, Ijiranaide, Nagatoro-san ((Don't play with me, Miss Nagatoro) Details have been announced for the special edition of the 10th Compilation Volume to be released in Japan on March 9th. The statement also revealed the cover of the standard edition of the tape.

This special edition costs 1,080 yen (about $ 10) and includes a 48-page booklet with special illustrations and a collaboration with the manga. Tejina Senpai. The brochure also contains illustrations by other authors and its own cover picture.

Nanashi began publishing the manga through the service Magazine pouch from the publisher Kodansha Y. Pixiv November 2017. The publisher published the eighth compilation volume on July 9, followed by the ninth on November 9 in Japan.

The piece inspired an anime adaptation produced by the studios Telecommunication animation film, Headed by Hirokazu Hanai and scripts from Taku Kishimoto, Premiered next April in Japan.

Synopsis of Ijiranaide, Nagatoro-san

Schoolgirl Hayase Nagatoro loves to spend her free time doing one thing and that is teasing her senpai! After Nagatoro and friends stumble upon the aspiring artist's drawings, they enjoy mercilessly teasing the shy Senpai. Nagatoro decides to continue his cruel game and visits him daily so that he can force Senpai to do whatever interests him, especially if it makes him uncomfortable.

Senpai is a little interested in Nagatoro and a little afraid of her. She is constantly embroiled in her antics as her interests, hobbies, looks, and even personality are used against her while entertaining herself at his expense. Over time, Senpai realizes that she doesn't reject Nagatoro's presence, and the two develop an uncomfortable friendship, while one patiently endures the other's antics.

Source: official page

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