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    Monday April 12, 2021
  • Enjoy the Gentle Charms of Pottery in Let's Make a Mug Too OP / ED Animations

    Slice-of-life series about the joys of ceramics is currently streaming on Crunchyroll

    It's time to chill out and enjoy the splendors of ceramics, because the opening and ending animations for Let's Make a Mug Too (known in Japan as Yakunara Mug Cup Mo) have been uploaded to Youtube. Hit the jump to check them out.

  • Friday March 19, 2021
  • Aya Uchida Performs the ED Theme for Yakunara Mug Cup Mo TV Anime

    Series celebrating the charms of Tajimi-city in Gifu Prefecture hits Japanese TV in April of 2021

    The ending theme song performer has been revealed for Yakunara Mug Cup Mo (known in English as Let's Make a Mug Too), an upcoming TV anime based on the manga published by Planet about a young lady who discovers the joys of crafting pottery after moving to a new town. Hit the jump to learn more.

  • Wednesday March 17, 2021
  • Voice Actors Try Sculpting in Yakunara Mug Cup Mo Live-Action PV

    Anime series promoting Tajimi-city includes a live-action portion starring the main characters' voice actors

    Yakunara Mug Cup Mo (known in English as Let's Make a Mug Too), an upcoming TV anime that celebrates the charms of Tajimi-city in Gifu Prefecture, also includes a live-action segment entitled "yakumo houkago" ("after school of YAKUMO") starring the four main voice actors touring and learning about Tajimi-city, and now a preview for this portion of the program has been released. Hit the jump to check it out.

  • Monday March 15, 2021
  • Discover the Joys of Pottery in Yakunara Mug Cup Mo TV Anime Trailer

    New key visual and additional cast members revealed for upcoming adaptation celerating Tajimi-city in Gifu Prefecture

    It's a day for shaping clay, because a new trailer, a new key visual, and new cast members have been revealed for Yakunara Mug Cup Mo (known in English as Let's Make a Mug Too), an upcoming TV anime based on the manga that celebrates the pottery-centric local charms of Tajimi-city in Gifu Prefecture. Hit the jump to learn more.