My Senpai Is Annoying Anime Gets New PV, Premieres October 9

The official website and Twitter account for the upcoming anime adaptation of Shiro Manta’s My Senpai Is Annoying (Senpai ga Uzai Kōhai no Hanashi) web manga series revealed a new promotional video alongside the anime’s October 9 premiere date and theme song artists.

The anime’s cast includes Saori Hayami as Tōko Sakurai, Reiō Tsuchida as Sōta Kazama, Reina Aoyama as Natsumi Kurobe, Yui Horie as Yūto Sakurai, Aoi Koga as Mona Tsukishiro, Tomori Kusunoki as Futaba Igarashi, and Shunsuke Takeuchi as Harumi Takeda.’

The anime’s staff includes Ryota Itō (Sing “Yesterday” for Me assistant director) as director, Yoshimi Narita (I-Chu) as series composer, and Jikō Abe (Killing Bites character design assistance) as character designer. Yūhei Murota (Love Live! Sunshine!! The School Idol Movie), Maho Yoshikawa (Sing “Yesterday” for Me), Hiromi Nakagawa (Himouto Umaru-chan), and Miki Mutō (Sing “Yesterday” for Me animation director) are the chief animation directors, Shunsuke Suzuki (WATATEN! an Angel Flew Down to Me) as art director, Yuka Itō (Ikebukuro West Gate Park) as color designer, Takafumi Kawano (Diary of Our Days at the Breakwater) as photography director, and Hiroaki Tsutsumi (Jujutsu Kaisen) as music composer. Doga Kobo is the animation production company.

Tomori Kusunoki, Saori Hayami, Reina Aoyama, and Aoi Koga are performing the opening theme song “Annoying! San-san Week!” as their respective characters, while Yui Horie performs the ending theme song “Niji ga Kakaru made no Hanashi” (“The Story Across the Rainbow”).

The My Senpai Is Annoying manga launched in 2017 on the pixiv Comic website. Seven Seas Entertainment publishes the manga in English and describes the story as:

Igarashi is a hardworking young office lady. Takeda, the senpai above her at work, annoys her constantly–and yet she finds herself growing closer to him. Every day is filled with comic mishaps and romantic moments as Igarashi tries to balance work, life, and love. This full-color manga–which started its life as a webcomic–is sure to charm audiences of workplace comedies like Aggretsuko and The Office!

Source: My Senpai is Annoying Twitter

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