My Happy Marriage TV Anime Takes Stroll with Visual, Theme Song Info
Kinema Citrus-produced series kicks off this July
The My Happy Marriage TV anime is on the way to screens in Japan this July, and we got some more info on the series during this weekend's stage event at AnimeJapan 2023. In addition to a new visual and visual image video, we now know who will perform the opening and ending theme songs.
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The opening theme will have Riria. performing "Anata no Soba ni," and the ending theme will have Kashitaro Ito performing "Itaphilosophy."
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Here's the new visual:
As for the visual image video, it has Reina Ueda and Kaito Ishikawa as their respective characters—Miyo Saimori and Kiyoka Kudo—voicing a short story written by original creator Akumi Agitogi.
Based on the light novels by Akumi Agitogi and Tsukiho Tsukioka, My Happy Marriage is being directed by Takehiro Kubota (ID: INVADED assistant director) at studio Kinema Citrus, starring Kaito Ishikawa (Junichiro in Tomo-chan Is a Girl!) as Kiyoka Kudo and Reina Ueda (Kanao in Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba) as Miyo Saimori.
Yen Press, which publishes the light novels' official English version, describes the series as such:
IS THIS MARRIAGE A BLESSING? OR A CURSE?
Born talentless to a noble family famous for their supernatural abilities, Miyo Saimori is forced into an existence of servitude by her abusive stepmother. When Miyo finally comes of marriageable age, though, her hopes of being whisked away to a better life crumble after she discovers her fiancé’s identity: Kiyoka Kudou, a commander apparently so cold and cruel that his previous would-be brides all fled within three days of their engagements. With no home to return to, Miyo resigns herself to her fate—and soon finds that her pale and beautiful husband-to-be is anything but the monster she expected. As they slowly open their hearts to each other, both realize the other may be their chance at finding true love and happiness.
The anime adaptation is scheduled to begin airing in July 2023.
Source: Official Twitter, Comic Natalie
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