Voice actor Hina Suguta, best known as the main heroine Marin Kitagawa in My Dress-Up Darling, updated her official Twitter account to announce that she left her agency, Animo Produce, as of April 30 and will be working as a freelancer from now on. Hit the jump for more details.
Ahead of this year's Hinamatsuri, Saitama City teamed up with the My Dress-Up Darling anime to bring people to Iwatsuki Ward, the "city of dolls." This collaboration ran deep, with the anime featured inside the Iwatsuki Ningyo Museum and so much more. Let's explore this collaboration while learning the history on the inspiration behind the hit series!
Marin and her many cosplay outfits will be hung up in the closet for this tie-up cause this girl is going casual for the My Dress-Up Darling and Funtos collaboration that is set to start next month. Check out Marin in three great outfits after the jump!