Hokkaido Gals Are Super Adorable! Anime Adaptation Revealed
Kai Ikada’s Hokkaido Gals Are Super Adorable! manga—known as Dosanko Gyaru Hanamaramenkoi in Japan—is officially coming to the screen. An anime adaptation has been revealed for the series, with Ayane Sakura (Ochako Uraraka in My Hero Academia) to provide the voice of protagonist Minami Fuyuki.
The adaptation is currently planned for sometime in 2023, and ahead of that the series will be featured at this year’s Jump Festa event, which runs from December 17-18. Ayane Sakura will be on hand for a stage event at the Jump Studio NEO stage, with more details to come.
Author Kai Ikada shared the following celebratory illustration along with the anime adaptation reveal:
The Hokkaido Gals Are Super Adorable! manga first started its run in 2019, and as of next month there will be nine collected volumes available in Japan. You can read it in English via Shueisha’s Manga PLUS app, which sums up the story like so:
High school boy Tsubasa moves to Kitami City up in Hokkaido, where he meets a “gal” at a bus stop. The sight of her standing alone against the white snowscape, bare-legged despite the freezing cold, captures his heart.
Via Crunchyroll News