Sentai's latest anime acquisition is Place to Place (Acchi Kocchi), based on the 4-panel comedy manga by Ishiki. Plans currently have the series coming out later this year digitally and on subtitled DVD.
The 13-episode series is directed by Fumitoshi Oizaki (Romeo X Juliet), with series composition by Nobuhiko Amagawa, character designs by Okamikakushi's Atsuko Watanabe, sound direction by Another's Yoshikazu Iwanami, and music by Kimikiss' Masaru Yokoyama.
Here's Sentai's description, from the press release:
Everyone has a circle of friends they hang out with. But even within a small group there are smaller groups of friends, best friends and, here’s where it gets complicated, boyfriends and girlfriends. Sometimes relationships just develop in a way where you’re not exactly sure what you are to the other person. Which is the problem Tsukimi has when it comes to Io. Io’s as tall and easygoing as Tsukimi is short in both temper and stature, but he also seems to be totally clueless about how she’s starting to feel. Yet, at times, he’s almost too affectionate. It’s just confusing and irritating. And their prankster friends Mayoi and Sakai aren’t much help. Especially Mayoi, as it gives her one more thing to tease Tsukimi over. Hime, the fifth member of their usual gang of five isn’t much better, because she’s not really well connected to reality anyway. Which leaves Tsukimi stuck in a quandary. Are she and Io just best friends? And is it worth risking that for what Tsukimi wants? It’s a puzzle she’ll have to solve as they live from one moment to the next in PLACE TO PLACE.