Adaptation based on psychological horror manga by Tomiyaki Kagisora hits Japanese TV in July 2018
More details have been revealed about the opening theme for Happy Sugar Life, an upcoming TV anime based on the psychological horror manga by Tomiyaki Kagisora about a disturbed young lady who is willing to go to any lengths to protect the love of her life. The opening theme, entitled "One-room Sugar Life", is performed by Akari Nanawo. It will be released in Japan as her 1st major single by Sony Music on August 22, 2018.
The original Happy Sugar Life manga is serialized in Square Enix's Monthly Gangan Joker shonen manga magazine. The story follows Sato Matsuzaka, a high school girl who experiences a wonderfully sweet feeling whenever she's around Shiori, the girl that she loves. Sato is willing to do anything to protect that special feeling, including committing crimes such as blackmail, kidnapping, and murder.
The Happy Sugar Life TV anime is directed by Keizō Kusakawa and Nobuyoshi Nagayama and features animation production by Ezo’la. The series will broadcast on MBS (Mainichi Broadcasting System) and other stations beginning in July of 2018.
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