Teens Close the Distance in The Girl I Like Forgot Her Glasses PV

Teens Close the Distance in The Girl I Like Forgot Her Glasses PV

 

Love isn’t blind so much as nearsighted, and now a new key visual, a new preview video, and the opening theme song performer have been revealed for The Girl I Like Forgot Her Glasses, an upcoming TV anime based on the romantic comedy manga of the same name.

 

The opening theme song for the series is entitled “NAME”. It is performed by Tsuzuri and features composition and arrangement by Shota Horie and lyrics by DECO*27.

 

 

A new key visual for the upcoming The Girl I Like Forgot Her Glasses TV anime featuring a classroom scene. In the background, protagonist Kaede Komura can be seen reflected in a mirror while hold Ai Mie's glasses. In the middle of the frame, Ai is visibly scowling, but her appearance when viewed through the glasses frames in the foreground is instead smiling sweetly.

 

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Known in Japan as Suki na Ko ga Megane wo Wasureta, the original manga by Koume Fujichika is published in Japan by Square Enix in their Monthly Gangan Joker magazine. An English language version is also available from Square Enix Manga, who describe the story as follows:

 

A delightfully charming romantic comedy about a boy who only has eyes for the girl who always forgets her glasses!

 

The distance between a boy and his crush shrinks every time she forgets her glasses!

 

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?!

 

The Girl I Like Forgot Her Glasses TV anime is directed by Susumu Kudo and Katsumasa Yokomine and features animation production by GoHands. The series is scheduled to broadcast in Japan beginning in July of 2023.

 

Source: Comic Natalie

 

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