Spice and Wolf's projects are already underway in Japan
During the Dengeki Bunko New Announcement Program tonight in Japan, eight different pieces of news were revealed, including a brand new Heat the Pig Liver TV anime adaptation. But instead of looking forward completely, two Dengeki franchises are celebrating their 15th anniversary and are getting new projects–the popular Toradora! and Spice and Wolf series'.
On the other hand, the 15th-anniversary celebrations for Spice and Wolf have already started, with a website, Twitter account, Japan getting a collaboration cafe in Shinjuku, and new goods being released. Though the Tweet, which is embedded below, says that celebrations are "in progress," teasing more to come.
Both Toradora! and Spice and Wolf had their first light novels released in 2006, with Toradora! getting a single-season TV anime in 2008, and Spice and Wolf also getting its first TV anime series in 2008, with its second broadcasting in 2009. Crunchyroll is streaming Toradora! in both subbed and English dubbed forms.
Daryl Harding is a Japan Correspondent for Crunchyroll News. He also runs a YouTube channel about Japan stuff called TheDoctorDazza, tweets at @DoctorDazza, and posts photos of his travels on Instagram.