The Association of Broadcast Critics in Japan announced the winners of the 57th Galaxy Award on June 1. 26-year-old actress Sairi Itoh, who played the protagonist Midori Asakusa in the TV anime Keep Your Hands off Eizouken! was chosen as the winner of this year's Individual Award in the TV category. Hit the jump for more details.
After the broadcast of the six-episode drama series ended in Japan, the official website for the forthcoming live-action film adaptation of Sumito Oowara's Keep Your Hands off Eizouken! manga has posted a 30-second teaser trailer including an appearance of a giant robot, which seems to be a part of the "greatest world" envisioned by one of the protagonists, Midori Asakusa. Check out the latest clip from the live-action world after the jump!
Need a friend to cuddle when things get scary? Why not borrow Asakusa's favorite toy rabbit? A replica of the Keep Your Hands off Eizouken! prop is available from the Natalie Store, to keep you company during your worst days. Find out how to order yours after the jump!
The Association of Broadcast Critics in Japan announced the four winners of its Galaxy Awards for the month of March 2020 today. The award was established in 1963 to honor outstanding TV programs with the aim of improving the quality of Japan's broadcast culture. Surprisingly, one of the four winners was the TV anime Keep Your Hands off Eizouken! aired in Japan from January to March of this year. Hit the jump for more details.
The live drama of Keep Your Hands off Eizouken! is recreating the show's fantastical imagery, and giving us a look behind the scenes! In their second VFX vid, they deconstruct Mizusaki's dream decorating and Asakusa's propeller belt. Take a look after the jump!