Aharen-san wa Hakarenai Gets Too Close for Comfort as a TV Anime
Main staff, key cast, key visual, and teaser trailer revealed for adaptation of Asato Mizu's youth comedy manga
If you're a fan of comedies that are bad at judging personal boundaries, then you're in luck, because Aharen-san wa Hakarenai ("Aharen is Unmeasureable"), a youthful romantic comedy manga by Asato Mizu (DENKI-GAI) about a girl who has difficulty communicating and the classmate that grows closer to her, is being adapted into a TV anime.
The main staff for Aharen-san wa Hakarenai has been revealed, including:
- Original work: Aharen-san wa Hakarenai by Asato Mizu (serialized in Shueisha's Shonen Jump+ magazine)
- Chief director: Yasutaka Yamamoto
- Director: Tomoe Makino
- Series composition: Takao Yoshioka
- Character design: Yūko Yahiro
- Music: Satoru Kōsaki & MONACA
- Animation production: FelixFilm
- Production: bilibili
The main cast for Aharen-san wa Hakarenai includes:
Inori Minase as Reina Aharen.
And Takuma Terashima as Raidou.
The story of Aharen-san wa Hakarenai follows the everyday adventures of Reina Aharen, a quiet girl with a blank expression, and Raidou, the boy who sits next to her in class. At first, Raidou assumes that Aharen has a cold personality, but she becomes much more friendly one day after Raidou returns to her an eraser that Aharen had dropped. Unfortunately, Aharen has trouble communicating and is a terrible judge of personal boundaries, always keeping people too close or too far away...
Aharen-san wa Hakarenai is scheduled to broadcast in Japan beginning in April of 2022. An official website and Twitter feed (@aharen_pr) have also been published for the series.
Copyright notice: © Asato Mizu / Shueisha・BILIBILI
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