With Hello!! Kinmoza, the second anime adaptation of Yui Hara's schoolgirl comedy Kin-iro Mosaic, planned for spring and a second season of Koi's Is the Order a Rabbit? similarly in the works, the two Manga Time Kirara Max cute girl manga announced Hopping Festival collaboration earlier this month. News that the crossover will be rolled out across Animate anime character goods stores this spring was accompaned by a new visual.
Plenty of cute girls were sharing cute Valetine's online this holiday in Tweets or site top images from Kinmoza!, Non Non Boyori, Celestial Method and Gourmet Girl Graffiti. Is the Order a Rabbit? went real world with theirs with a "Hopping Heart" event that attracted impressive lines to Animate's ACOS Ikebukuro and ACOS Akihabara in hopes of getting chocolates with ChaosTCG QR. Get a look after the jump.
Now planned for spring, following a winter broadcast of the anime adaptation of Yui Hara's schoolgirl comedy Kin-iro Mosaic, a new commercial offers the latest look at Hello!! Kinmoza. Check it out after the jump.
The anticipated scheduling announcement for Hello!! Kinmoza, the second anime adaptation of Yui Hara's schoolgirl comedy Kin-iro Mosaic, is here! Following a winter rebroadcast of the first season, the sequel is now planned for spring 2015. Director Tensho, series composer Yuniko Ayana, and character designer Kazuyuki Ueda are back. More after the jump.
Character design has been spotted for Hello!! Kin-iro Mosaic's Akari Kuzehashi. Saori Ōnishi (Irregular at Magic High School's Kanon Chiyoda, upcoming roles in Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? and Saekano) voices the home economics and 2-A home room teacher introduced in the second year of Kinmoza!'s story. More after the jump.
Yoko's younger brother and sister, Karen's classmate and a new teacher crowd into a new Kinmoza! visual, set to return in a second anime titled Hello!! Kin-iro Mosaic. Get a look after the jump.
In time for the premiere of Is the Order a Rabbit? a TV commercial is promoting Manga Time Kirara, the family of four-panel manga magazines that carries its original manga, as well Sakura Trick and Kimoza! Get a look after the jump.
Along with a "Hello Konichiwa!" live event featuring cast voice actress singing unit Rhodanthe*, Kinmoza! has anounced the go-ahead on a sequel to the summer's anime adaptation of Yui Hara's schoolgirl comedy. More after the jump.
Despite fan affection for KINMOZA!, there haven't been that many figures based on Yui Hara's schoolgirl comedy. Griffon Enterprises is doing their part with a 1/8th scale statue of of everyone's favorite Union Jack clad Japanese-British girl Karen Kujo. Get a look after the jump.
Trailing the end of the series, music label Flying Dog has finished their live-action tie-ins to this summer's anime adaptation of Yui Hara's KINMOZA! Watch the last of the voice acting newcomers performing their roles in live-action after the jump.