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    Friday September 6, 2019
  • African Office Worker Explores the Corporate Jungle in October of 2019

    Japanese TV schedule revealed for upcoming adaptation of animal office comedy web manga by Gamu

    Business can be an untamed enterprise, and corporate culture can be especially red in tooth and claw when every employee is a wild animal, and such is the case in African Office Worker (known as Africa no Salaryman in Japan, and alternatively as Businessmen in Africa in English), an upcoming TV anime based on the office comedy web manga by Gamu that re-imagines animals native to the African continent at white collar employees in a Japanese-style company. Hit the jump to learn more.

  • Friday August 23, 2019
  • Three More Cast Members Run Wild in African Office Worker TV Anime

    Adaptation based on GAMU's office comedy manga starring wild animals hits Japanese TV in October of 2019

    Three more cast members are joining the corporate jungle in African Officer Worker (known as Africa no Salaryman in Japan, and alternatively as Businessmen in Africa in English), an upcoming TV anime based on the manga by Gamu that re-imagines animals native to the African continent as white collar employees in a Japanese-style business. Hit the jump to learn more.

  • Friday August 16, 2019
  • Gorilla Gal and Lion Gal Join the Pack in African Office Worker TV Anime

    Adaptation based on manga by Gamu hits Japanese airwaves in October of 2019

    We're ready to go bananas for the two new cast members that have been revealed for African Office Worker (known as Africa no Salaryman in Japan, and alternatively as Businessmen in Africa in English), an upcoming TV anime based on the manga by Gamu that re-imagines various animal species native to the continent of Africa as modern-day employees in a Japanese-style company. Hit the jump to learn more.

  • Friday July 26, 2019
  • Employees Run Wild in African Office Worker TV Anime Trailer

    Main staff and additional cast announced for upcoming adaptation based on web manga by Gamu

    The corporate jungle is red in tooth and claw in a new trailer for African Officer Worker (known as Africa no Salaryman in Japan, and alternatively as Businessmen in Africa in English), an upcoming TV anime that re-imagines various African animals as white collar employees laboring at a Japanese-style corporation. Hit the jump to check it out.

  • Monday March 25, 2019
  • Actors Get Wild for "Africa no Salaryman" TV Anime Announcement PV

    New animated project is based on Gamu's web comic about African-native animals as Japanese office workers

    Voice actors Akio Ōtsuka, Kenjiro Tsuda, and Hiro Shimono don animal-themed face paint in the announcement video for Africa no Salaryman (known in English as African Office Worker or Businessmen in Africa), an upcoming TV anime based on the surreal office comedy web comic by Gamu that re-imagines creatures native to the continent of Africa as office workers in modern-day Japan. Hit the jump to learn more.

  • Wednesday March 6, 2019
  • Akio Ōtsuka Leads the Pack in New "Africa no Salaryman" Project

    Further details about new work based on Gamu's surreal office comedy manga will be revealed at AnimeJapan 2019

    It's a jungle out there in modern corporate life, and what better way to recognize this than with a new work based on Africa no Salaryman (known as African Office Worker or Businessmen in Africa in English), a surreal office comedy web manga by Gamu that re-imagines animals native to Africa as white-collar employees. Hit the jump to learn more.

  • Saturday June 3, 2017
  • "Africa no Salaryman" Joins Production I.G's "Tate Anime" App

    Short anime based on everyday salaryman comedy by Gamu will debut on June 05, 2017

    Africa no Salaryman (known in English as African Officer Worker or Businessmen in Africa), an everyday salaryman comedy web manga about office workers who also happen to be animals native to the continent of Africa, is being adapted into a short-form anime that will be distributed on Production I.G's "Tate Anime" smart phone app beginning on June 05, 2017. Hit the jump to be king of the jungle.