New Yuri Is My Job! Visual Revealed

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A new promotional visual for the upcoming Yuri Is My Job! TV anime adaptation was revealed at Anime Frontier, where the show had its first episode premiere courtesy of Crunchyroll. The vividly colored visual features the characters Hime Shirasagi, Mitsuki Ayanokoji, Kanoko Amamiya, and Sumika Tachibana.

Yuri Is My Job! is set to premiere in Spring 2023. It is based on the Ichijinsha-published manga by Miman. Kodansha USA describes the story as:

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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The anime’s staff includes Hijiri Sanpei (Wasteful Days of High School Girls director, Citrus assistant director) as director and Taisuke Iwasaki (Higurashi: When They Cry – Gou and Sotsu co-sub character designer) as character designer. Passione and STUDIO LINGS are producing the show.

Meanwhile, the cast includes Yui Ogura as Hime, Sumire Uesaka as Mitsuki, Minami Tanaka as Kanoko, Makoto Koichi as Sumika, Yukari Tamura as Mai Mikoshiba, and Asami Seto as Nene Saionji. 

The Yuri Is My Job! manga began in 2017 and has 11 tankoubon volumes as of November 2022. It is serialized in Comic Yuri Hime and published under the Yuri Hime Comics label.


Source: Crunchyroll

Melvyn originally wanted to write about video games, so he spent a few years, starting from his college days, doing so. He still likes video games, but now focuses on writing anime-related news content and the occasional review for Anime Trending. Some of his free time is spent self-learning Japanese, both out of interest in the language and because English-translated light novels and manga are expensive.
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