Kotoyama Launches New Manga – Night Owl Song

Recently, the 35th volume of Shogakukan Weekly Shonen magazine was released. This volume hit fans with an exciting update. Shogakukan Weekly Shonen magazine revealed that Kotoyama, the creator of Dagashi Kashi is going to hit manga readers and fans with a new manga.  Fans have been waiting for Kotoyama’s newest project after Dagashi Kashi last year. The new manga is going to be titled Yofukashi no Uta (Night Owl Song). This is series is described as “night owl love story” and is set to release on 28th August 2019.  Not much has been revealed, but there’s no doubt that the manga will be filled with Kotoyama’s abnormal humour and a touch of ecchi.

The plot of Dagashi Kashi

Shikada Dagashi, a countryside shop selling cheap candy and snacks has been run by the Shikada family. They have been running this shop for nine generations. Yō Kokonotsu ( newest generation) does not want to take over the shop from his father, because Yō doesn’t want to be a shopkeeper and instead of being a shopkeeper, he aims to become a manga artist. One day Hotaru Shidare, an abnormal busty girl who is very passionate about sweets and snacks visits the shop hoping to recruit Yō to her family’s company. She is the daughter of the sweets manufacturer Shidare Corporation, but Yō refuses unless Hotaru first can convince Kokonotsu to take over Shikada Dagashi. Dagashi Kashi has been adapted into a 24-episode anime series. 

Cast


Series Cast  

  • Dagashi Kashi
  • Todd Haberkorn
  • Tabitha Ray
  • Ayana Taketatsu
  • Astushi Abe
  • Manami Numakura
  • Tatsuhisa Suzuki
  • Keiji Fujiwara
  • Justin Pate
  • Sara Ragsdale
  • Kyle Philips
  • Jeremy Inman
  • Anthony Bawling
  • Dawn Michelle Benett
  • Brynn Apprill
  • Collen Clinkenbeard
  • Michal Jones

Series Directors

  • Takafumi Fujii
  • Yoshihiro Hiramine
  • Mitsuhiro Iwasaki
  • Shigehito Takayanagi
  • Tatsumi Fujii
  • Kosaya
  • Shuji Miyasaki
  • Satoshi Saga
  • Masatoyo Takada

Series Writing Credits  

  • Yasuko Kamo
  • Kotoyama
  • Kristen McGuire
  • Tatsuhiko Urahata
  • Michiko Yokote

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