ONIMAI: I'm Now Your Sister! Slice of Life Manga Gets TV Anime Adaptation

Main staff and cast, visual revealed for Studio Bind production

Onimai anime header


It's hard to beat receiving an anime when it comes to birthday gifts, and that's just what Mihari is getting on her special day: an anime adaptation of ONIMAI: I'm Now Your Sister, which also came packaged with its main staff, cast and a teaser visual:


Onimai anime visual



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The main cast is as follows:


Marika Kono (Saki in Mitsuboshi Colors) as Mahiro Oyama

ONIMAI: I'm Now Your Sister main cast 1


Kaori Ishihara (Shota in Miss Kobayashi's Dragon Maid) as Mihari Oyama

ONIMAI: I'm Now Your Sister main cast 2


You can catch a preview of their performances in this commemorative trailer for the anime's announcement and release of the manga's sixth volume:



Based on the manga by Nekotofu, ONIMAI: I'm Now Your Sister! is being directed by Shingo Fujii at Studio Bind (Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation), with series composition by Michiko Yokote (The Great Jahy Will Not Be Defeated!) and character designs by Ryo Imamura (Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation animation director).



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Kodansha USA, who publishes the manga's official English version, describes the series as:


Mahiro Oyama was just a normal erotic-game loving dude...until he woke up one morning as a woman! Turns out his mad-scientist little sister, Mihari, tried out one of her new experiments on him...with a disastrous outcome, as far as Mahiro's concerned! But Mihari is as determined to study him as he is determined to go back to his shut-in, game-playing life, and one thing's for sure...life is going to get a whole lot weirder from here on out!


A release date for the anime is yet to be announced.


Source: MoCa News



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