Wakasa Seikatsu’s High School Girl and The Magic Notebook Gets Manga & Anime Adaptations
Wakasa Seikatsu, a Kyoto-based company dealing with supplements and cosmetics, announced at Kyoto International Anime Manga Fair 2021 today that Jyoshi Kousei to Mahou no Note (High School Girl and The Magic Notebook), a business novel written by Kenichi Kakutani, President of the company, will get its manga and anime adaptations.
The novel was released from Discover Business Publishing in Japan in July 2020, and this will be a collaboration project with Kyoto City, and two Tokyo-based animation production companies, NEWVERY and Noovo. The anime is scheduled to be released in the spring of 2022. Screenings are planned to be be held in Kyoto City, and it will also be available on YouTube.
The first chapter of the five-chapter manga adaptation, which will include episodes that will not be told in the anime, is already posted on the company's official Bookstore website. Its second and subsequent chapters will be posted on the website soon.
The novel's story:
Yuzuki Shidou is a second year high school student who cannot find anything she wants to do, and her parents always tell her, "Study! Study!" What appears in front of Yuki who has so many worries is a fairy named Buruburu-kun. Yuzuki receives various lessons from him, and while making the people around her happy, she finds hints that will lead her closer to her dream. The novel tells a success story to offer readers a way to find their own dreams and take the first step toward them.
— 女子高生と魔法のノート (@mahounonote) September 18, 2021
Source: Wakasa Seikatsu press release
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