The series is available to read in English on Manga Plus and Shonen Jump apps
During Jump Festa 2022 today, it was announced that Kentaro Yabuki's mature fantasy manga series that runs in the pages of Weekly Shonen Jump, Ayakashi Triangle, will be getting a TV anime adaptation. The official Twitter account for the TV anime released a celebratory visual (above), but any more news on adaptation is scarce at this time.
Ayakashi Triangle began in Weekly Shonen Jump in June 2020 and is released in English on Manga Plus and the Shonen Jump app as it is published in Japan. Viz Media describes the series as such:
Teenage exorcist ninja Matsuri has his hands full protecting his town from harmful ayakashi. But all that exorcising has hardened his heart to the playful and helpless ones. Enter Suzu, Matsuri’s childhood friend who has a crush on him, and who calls ayakashi her friends. But one day, when Suzu is attacked by a powerful ayakashi, Matsuri ends up magically transformed into a girl! The jutsu is permanent, so now he has two challenges—defeat the growing number of ayakashi targeting Suzu and learn how to live as a girl! Is he man, or woman, enough for the task?
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