Everyone must follow their dreams. But what can one do when a family-related issue obstructs the path? This is precisely what happens in the seinen drama manga “Deaimon.”
When Nagomu Irino’s father gets hospitalized, the aspiring musician returns home to take over the family’s confectionary shop.
However, he also has to act as a foster parent for Itsuka Yukihara, the young girl working there. Nagomu has to deal with this new role, while Itsuka constantly criticizes him for his past decisions.
On Monday, Young Ace Magazine confirmed via Twitter that Deaimon would soon receive its anime adaptation.
Congratulations! Anime planning in progress! Please wait for the follow-up report for details. Volume 11 of the manga will release on May 1. Thank You!English Translation, Twitter Translate
The tweet also contained an original illustration by author Rin Asano. It contains both Nagomu and his father along with Itsuka, who is holding some Japanese sweets.
No further details regarding the anime have been provided so far. But the yet-to-be-announced studio will have a massive task at hand as bringing the delicate colors of the Japanese sweets to life will not be so easy!
The same tweet also revealed that the 11th volume of Deaimon is all set to be released on May 1, 2021. Fans have been eagerly waiting for the next installment of the manga, so this is some satisfying news to them!
With Itsuka eyeing to take over the confectionary shop, readers anticipate how Nagomu will handle the situation. Will he leave the business to the young girl and set out again to pursue his dream career in the music industry? Hopefully, the forthcoming volume clears some air!
And finally, will the anime adaptation do justice to Rin Asano’s hard work? Will it be able to portray the complex father-daughter relationship between the two protagonists? We will find out soon!
Deaimon is a Japanese manga was created by Rin Asano and was launched in the May 2016 issue of Young Ace. Kadokawa published the manga’s 10th compiled volume on November 4, and will publish the 11th compiled volume on May 1.
The manga’s story centers on Nagomu, a man who left his home in Kyoto and his family’s confectionary shop when he became a musician.
Nagomu Irino returns to his Kyoto home for the first time in ten years when his father is hospitalized.
Nagomu is eager to take over Ryokushou, the family’s Japanese sweet shop, but he’s instead asked to be a father figure to Itsuka Yukihira, the girl everyone calls the successor.
Source: Rin Asano’s Twitter