Nyoijizai‘s manga has anime in the works Seven Seas Entertainment announced on Monday that it has licensed Nyoijizai‘s Harukana Receive manga. The first volume...
Nyoijizai‘s manga has anime in the works

Seven Seas Entertainment announced on Monday that it has licensed Nyoijizai‘s Harukana Receive manga. The first volume is slated for print and digital release on September 11, 2018.

The company will reveal new licenses every day this week. Harukana Receive is the second of three license announcements for Monday, after Dragon Goes House-Hunting.

Seven Seas describes the story:

When high schooler Haruka moves to Okinawa, she finds herself enamored with the beach right outside her front door and resolves to form a volleyball team with her cousin, Kanata. However, because she’s so short, Kanata gave up on volleyball ages ago. Can Haruka get her to take up the sport again in time for the junior tournament?

Nyoijizai launched the manga in Houbunsha‘s Manga Time Kirara Forward in August 2015. The fourth compiled volume shipped on September 12.

A television anime adaptation has been green-lit.