A Sign of Affection’s 2nd Trailer Previews Its Opening Song


The A Sign of Affection romance anime has a new trailer, previewing its opening song “Yuki no Oto” by Novelbright and more of the cast dynamics.

The series is set to premiere in Japan on January 6. 

A Sign of Affection is an adaptation of the manga by Suu Morishita, which started serialization in Kodansha’s Dessert in 2019 and has nine tankoubon volumes as of July 2023. INKR describes the plot as:

Yuki is a typical college student, whose world revolves around her friends, social media, and the latest sales. But when a chance encounter on a train leads to her meeting friend-of-a-friend and fellow student Itsuomi-san, her world starts to widen. But even though Itsuomi-kun can speak three languages, sign language isn’t one of them. Can the two learn to communicate the budding feelings between them?

The manga was a finalist in the 47th Kodansha Manga Awards‘s Shojo category.


• Director and storyboard artist: Yuuta Murano (Kakushigoto director)
• Series composer and scriptwriter: Youko Yonaiyama (Ya Boy Kongming!)
• Character designer: Kasumi Sakai (Love Live! Sunshine!! The School Idol Movie Over The Rainbow co-live performance costume designer et al.) 
• Color designer: Naomi Nakano (Chainsaw Man)
• Art director: Kouhei Honda (Kakushigoto)
• Composting director: Teppei Satou (Kakushigoto)
• Layout designer: Masayuki Sekine (Yokohama Kaidashi Kikou)
• Sign language animator: Yoshiaki Yanagida (Genshiken character designer)
• Sign language animator: Masaya Fujimori (Revenger director)
• Sign language animator: Yuuki Miyamoto (Revenger co-action animation director)
• Music composer: Yukari Hashimoto (Komi Can’t Communicate
• Animation production: Ajiado


 Sumire Morohoshi as Yuki Itose
 Yuu Miyazaki as Itsuomi Nagi
• Takeo Ootsuka as Oshi Ashioki
 Ryouta Oosaka as Kyouya Nagi 
• Kaede Hondo as Rin Fujishiro 

Source: @yubisaki_pr

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