Kawaii dake ja Nai Shikimori-san publishes a special video for the female leading actress’ birthday

The character's birthday is celebrated on October 25th Micchon Shikimori, the protagonist of the manga written and illustrated by Keigo Maki, Kawaii dake yes Nai Shikimori-san (Shikimori isn't just a cutie). For this reason, a promotional video for the manga was recently released in which the voice of Saori Oonishi as Shikimori, and Shuuichirou Umeda like Izumi. This is the franchise's first language show as the first promo video has not been revealed to date.

Maki started publishing this manga on his Twitter account under the title Kawaii dake yes Nai Onnanoko, and later began publishing it through the service Magazine pouch from the publisher Kodansha in February 2019. The publisher published the ninth anthology on July 9, followed by the tenth on October 8 in Japan.

The piece inspired an anime adaptation produced by the studios Doga kobo, Headed by Ryota itou (Senpai ga Uzai Kouhai no Hanashi, yesterday where Utatte) and Shouhei Yamanaka, and scripts written by Yoshimi-Narita (Bouken Ou Beet, Dakaretai Otoko 1-i ni Odosarete Imasu, Senpai ga Uzai Kouhai no Hanashi), which will premiere in April 2022.

Kawaii dake ja Nai Shikimori-san summary

Izumi is a high school student whose life is full of unhappiness. Since his youth he always came home with injuries. Due to her bad luck, her days are full of unfortunate events until she started dating Shikimori. Shikimori can be described as the perfect girlfriend - cute, adorable, and incredibly in love with Izumi. However, sometimes she's not that charming, she becomes the coolest friend in the scariest way possible. Her demanding presence and genuine concern for Izumi's well-being always takes her breath away. With the friendly and at the same time great Shikimori at Izumi's side, her unhappy days are over and bring a life full of happiness and warmth.

Source: Comic Natalie

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