My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU’s 10th Anniversary Song Now Available on CD With Vinyl Jacket

Yanaginagi‘s Yukiharuame, the 10th anniversary song for the My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU anime adaptation, has been released on CD. The release comes with a vinyl jacket packaging that features artwork from the light novels’ illustrator Ponkan 8.

The CD costs 2,000 yen (~US$13.89 excluding tax) and includes the TV-size versions of “Yukitoki”, “Harumodoki,” and “Meguminoame,” the opening songs from the anime’s three seasons, as well as an instrumental version of “Yukiharuame.”

In addition to the CD release, “Yukiharuame” is now available on streaming services like Apple Music and Spotify. The song and its music video were previously released on the yanaginagi×NBCUniversal YouTube channel in late April.

The song was first featured in the My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU 10th anniversary trailer from early April.

My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU is based on the Shogakukan-published light novel series written by Wataru Watari, which began in 2011 and has 20 volumes, including short story collections, as of February 2023. The first season, which premiered on April 5, 2013, was produced by Brain’s Base with Ai Yoshimura as director while Feel produced the last two seasons with Kei Oikawa as director. 

The main cast of the anime includes Eguchi as Hachiman, Saori Hayami as Yukino, Nao Touyama as Yui, and (starting from Season 2) Ayane Sakura as Iroha.

Crunchyroll describes the first season as:

So exactly what’s going to happen when Hachiman Hikigaya, an isolated high school student with no friends, no interest in making any and a belief that everyone else’s supposedly great high school experiences are either delusions or outright lies, is coerced by a well meaning faculty member into joining the one member “Services Club” run by Yukino Yukinoshita, who’s smart, attractive and generally considers everyone in her school to be her complete inferior?


Source: Press release

Melvyn originally wanted to write about video games, and he did so for a few years, starting from his college days. He still writes about video games sometimes, but now focuses on anime-related news content and the occasional review. 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. Every anime season, Melvyn looks forward to discovering new standout episodes and OP/ED animation sequences, as well as learning about the storyboard artists and directors behind them.
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