Period Romance Manga ‘My Happy Marriage’ Is Getting An Anime

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The historical romance manga ‘My Happy Marriage’ is written by Akumi Agitogi with illustrations by Rito Kohsaka is published by Gangan Online. It is set in a fictionalized period of Japanese history and follows a “Cinderella-like protagonist” who is sold at a bride auction and purchased by a military captain. The series has been picked up by the Japanese animation studio Kinema Citrus for an anime adaptation.

Crunchyroll said on their website, “Writer Akumi Agitogi and illustrator Rito Kohsaka’s My Happy Marriage manga is about to make its way to the small screen. A TV anime adaptation was announced via the official accounts this morning, with Kinema Citrus (Made in Abyss, The Rising of the Shield Hero) handling animation production for the upcoming series.”

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You can watch the teaser below:

MyAnimeList explains the synopsis as follows,

“Miyo Saimori was the unfortunate child of a loveless, arranged marriage. After her mother died, her father brought in his lover and her own daughter, Kaya. From then on, Miyo’s life was reduced to that of a mere servant. Even worse, while Kaya inherited the family’s psychic abilities, Miyo had none—she was truly the daughter with no merit.

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After years of being treated like dirt, Miyo has learned to keep her head down, hide her pain, and obey every order. So, it comes as no surprise that she is arranged to be married to Kiyoka Kudou, a military captain rumored to be so cruel that he has driven away every one of his potential wives so far.

From a painful upbringing to a painful marriage, that’s the future that awaits Miyo—or so she thinks. Contrary to her expectations, her new husband is actually kind-hearted. What really awaits Miyo is a blissful, everlasting marriage full of happiness!”

‘My Happy Marriage’ will star Reina Ueda (Ruri in Dr. STONE) will voice Miyo Saimori and Kaito Ishikawa (Tobio Kageyama in Haikyu!!) will voice Kiyoka Kudo.


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