The editorial office Shogakukan published the cover and details of the eighteenth compiled volume of the manga, written and illustrated by Kenjirou hata, Tonikaku kawaii (Fly me to the moon). The description confirmed that the literary franchise had exceeded 3.7 million accumulated copies in circulation (including the edition of this volume and the digital copies sold) and that the launch is scheduled for November 18th in Japan.

Hata started publishing the manga through the magazine Weekly Shonen Sunday from the publisher Shogakukan in February 2018. The publisher published the 16th anthology in July 2021, followed by the 17th on August 18th in Japan. The piece inspired a twelve-part anime adaptation produced by the studios. Seven arches, Headed by Hiroshi ikehata and scripts written by Kazuho hyodo, published in October 2020. An OVA entitled Tonikaku Kawaii: SNS has planned its premiere in Japan for next August 18th. The platform Crispy roll sells the animation project in the west.

Tonikaku Kawaii Synopsis

Nasa Yuzaki is determined to put his name in the history books. By taking first place on the simulated national exam and aiming for a prestigious prep school, you can be sure that you have all your life planned. However, fate is a capricious lover. On the way home on a snowy night, NASA’s gaze falls on an incomparable beauty across the street. Nasa tries spellbound to approach her, only to be surprised by an oncoming truck.

Fortunately, the girl’s quick action saved his life. He is bleeding next to an ambulance and watches the girl run away in the moonlight, reminiscent of Princess Kaguya, who is setting off for the moon. She refuses to let this chance encounter end, forces her crippled body to haunt her, and asks her out on a date. Surprised by his ruthlessness and determination, the girl accepts his confession on one condition: they can only be together if he marries her!

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