2022 is set to be a big year for anime not just with the arrival of the anime adaptations of Chainsaw Man and Uzumaki, but with the return of the likes of My Hero Academia, Mob Psycho 100, and Bleach. Now, one of the biggest romantic comedies from Kodansha is set to receive an anime adaptation of its own, as Studio Passione and Studio Lings have announced a partnership in bringing Yuri Is My Job to the small screen.
Twitter Outlet Anime TV Japan shared the news of the upcoming anime adaptation along with a new poster showing off the main two characters of the romantic comedy series in Hime and Mitsuki, who are set to be voiced by Yui Ogura and Sumire Ueska respectively:
The official description of Yuri Is My Job, for those who might not be familiar with the comedic manga, reads as such from the printed story's publisher, Kodansha who also produced the likes of Attack on Titan, Fairy Tail, and The Seven Deadly Sins to name a few:
"The new, hilarious yuri comedy! Hime gets roped into working at a weird café where the waitresses pretend to be students at an all-girl boarding school. She's strangely taken with her partner Mitsuki, who's so kind to her in front of the customers. There's just one problem … Mitsuki really can't stand her!
Hime is a picture-perfect high school princess—she's admired by all and never trips up! So when she accidentally injures a café manager named Mai, she's willing to cover some shifts to keep her facade intact. To Hime's surprise, the café is themed after a private school where the all-female staff always puts on their best act for their loyal customers. However, under the guidance of the most graceful girl there, Hime can't help but blush and blunder! Beneath all the frills and laughter, Hime feels tension brewing as she finds out more about her new job and her budding feelings..."
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