The Girl I Like Forgot Her Glasses New Key Visual Revealed

The Girl I Like Forgot Her Glasses

So the latest information, which includes the premiere date for the TV anime adaptation, is exciting news for fans of Koume Fujichika’s manga “Suki na Ko ga Megane wo Wasureta” or “The Girl I Like Forgot Her Glasses.”

Similarly, on Monday, the third trailer for the television anime version of Koume Fujichika’s manga The Girl I Like Forgot Her Glasses (Suki na Ko ga Megane wo Wasureta) became live on the site. The show’s July 4 debut date and other cast members are revealed in the trailer.

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The Girl I Like Forgot Her Glasses Key Visual and Trailer

The third key visual and promotional video for the adaptation, which was planned by the production studio Shochiku, was just released and has already captured the attention of viewers all over the world.

Although, with flashes of interactions with their peers and shifts in Mie’s emotions, the recently released promotional video offers a sneak preview of the next emotional trip. The gorgeous closing theme tune by Masayoshi is used to accompany the images, adding to the excitement for this excellent translation.

Also, the third key graphic is a charming scenario with the main characters Ai Mie and Kaede Komura in a school with cherry blossoms falling on it. Mie, who is smiling, contrasts with a bewildered yet kind Komura who is holding her spectacles.

The Girl I Like Forgot Her Glasses
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The Girl I Like Forgot Her Glasses Cast and Staff

On Monday, a fresh image and trailer for the forthcoming anime The Girl I Like Forgot Her Glasses were unveiled. Along with this news 7 new additional cast members were also announced which include,

  • Aya Uchida as Asuka Kawato
  • Minori Suzuki as Maho Toyama
  • Ryohei Kimura as Ren Azuma
  • Yusuke Kobayashi as Tomo Yasaka
  • Shino Shimoji as Narumi Someya
  • Saki Miyashita as Yuika Hibuchi
  • Kentaro Tone as Tokita-kun

The anime will star Masahiro Itou as Kaede Komura and Shion Wakayama as Ai Mie.

As for the staff, Katsumasa Yokomine (The Masterful Cat Is Depressed Again Today) is the series’ director, while Susumu Kudo (chief director of The Masterful Cat Is Depressed Again Today, director of K, Cinderella Nine) is the anime’s chief director at GoHands. Writing the scripts is Tamazo Yanagi.

Altogether, the concept artist is Shingo Suzuki, the character designer is Takayuki Uchida, and the primary animator is Hiroshi Okubo. Keiji Tani, Makoto Furuta, and Takayuki Uchida are three leading animators. Glovision’s sound director is Hisashi Muramatsu. At Flying Dog, Jimmy Thumb P is in charge of the music composition.

Additionally, Tsuzuri, a 16-year-old vocalist, will make her debut with the opening theme song, “NAME.” The song’s lyrics were written by DECO*27, and it was composed and orchestrated by Shota Horie.

Also, the new group “Masayoshi ga Megane wo Wasureta” has voice actors Masahiro Itou, Shion Wakayama, and singer and composer Masayoshi Ishi. The group will play “Megane Go Round,” the unit’s closing theme tune.

The Girl I Like Forgot Her Glasses Plot

Square Enix Manga & Books is releasing the manga in English, and it describes the story:

“Komura starts his school year with a new seat neighbor in homeroom—the bespectacled Mie. Before long, he’s nursing a raging crush on his quirky classmate who’s always forgetting her glasses!

While this might be ideal for Komura to get to know Mie better, will his poor heart give out from the daily strain of being up close and personal with the girl he likes?!”

On July 4, 2023, prominent networks such as Tokyo MX at 11:00 p.m. JST, MBS, and BS Asahi, as well as online streaming services like U-NEXT and ABEMA, will debut the anime series The Girl I such Forgot Her Glasses. Unannounced is a partner for worldwide streaming.

Frequently Asked Question

1. The Girl I Like Forgot Her Glasses Manga Info?

In November 2018, Fujichika published the manga’s first chapter in Square Enix’s Gangan Joker magazine. Comikey is also publishing the manga in English digitally after obtaining a license from Square Enix.

Source: Official Website

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