Henjin no Salad Bowl Gets TV Anime Treatment
Farheen Ali, Editor If you enjoy comedy anime like ‘Gintama’ or ‘Urusei Yatsura,’ then ‘Henjin no Salad Bowl’ might be for you. A reverse isekai series about an interstellar princess trying to fit in to modern Japan may appeal. Beginning as a light novel by Yomi Hirasaka (Haganai: A Sister’s All You Need) and Kantoku (Sasaki and Peeps; The Hentai Prince and Stony Cat), serialization began on Sunday Webry September 1922 with five volumes currently in print by Kotaro Yamada as manga adaptation starting serializing serializing on Sunday Webry September 1922 with five volumes currently in print by Kotaro Yamada on Sunday Webry serialization on Sunday Webry from October 2021 serialization starting September of 2022 serialization starting on Sunday Webry starting September 9 22 and has five volumes currently published so far (2017) (2017) in print!
Shogakukan’s Gagaga Bunko imprint announced on Thursday that its series would be made into an anime television program, with Kantoku creating a visual to commemorate both this announcement and Sara’s birthday on July 6.
This series follows Sousuke Kaburaya, a broke detective who runs into Sarah from another world who uses black magic. Soon thereafter, Sousuke and Sarah begin living together, with Sarah quickly adapting to life in Japan through Livia (a female knight) helping Sarah adapt. Together with Livia they interact with other oddballs in their neighborhood such as a devilish lawyer and divorce agent.
Press releases have revealed that a TV anime based on light novels written by Hirasaka and illustrated by Kantoku will air, yet did not provide further details regarding production, such as studio or premiere date.
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