TV anime based on humorous manga by Gunma native Hiroto Ida joins Spring 2018 simulcast season on April 07, 2018
Crunchyroll's Spring 2018 simulcast announcements continue, and this time we're going to venture into the savage, untamed heart of Gunma Prefecture with a stream of You Don't Know Gunma Yet, a TV anime based on Hiroto Ida's comedy manga about a high school boy who experiences extreme culture shock when he moves to a new area.
You Don't Know Gunma Yet is directed by Mankyu and features animation by Asahi Production. The series will stream on Saturdays at 8:30 AM Pacific for Crunchyroll members with premium memberships in territories worldwide (except Asia) beginning on April 07, 2018. Crunchyroll describes You Don't Know Gunma Yet as follows:
Kamitsuki ends up having to move from Chiba Prefecture to Gunma Prefecture. He decides to do a little bit of research about Gunma on his way over, and everything he finds out is terrifying! For example, “The world’s only remaining unexplored area,” and “Make sure you take all your best equipment.” What kind of place is Gunma? What kinds of things are going to happen to him while he’s there? The Gunma-born author brings you the real truth about Gunma in this series.
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