Yatogame-chan Kansatsu Nikki Anime Will get 4th Season Subsequent April
The official web site for the tv anime of Masaki Ando‘s Yatogame-chan Kansatsu Nikki (Yatogame-chan Remark Diary) four-panel manga introduced on Tuesday that manufacturing on a fourth season has been green-lit. The brand new season will premiere subsequent April. Essential solid members Haruka Tomatsu (Monaka Yatogame), Mitsuhiro Ichiki (Kaito Jin), Yūki Wakai (Mai Tadakusa), Mikako Komatsu (Yanna Sasatsu), and Yoshino Nanjō (LaLa Hatsunezawa) joined Ando and chief director Hisayoshi Hirasawa is posting messages celebrating the information.
The primary season of the anime premiered in April 2019. Crunchyroll streamed the sequence because it aired, and it describes the story:
After rising up in Tokyo, highschool scholar Jin Kaito strikes to Nagoya the place he meets Yatogame Monaka, a fellow scholar who places her Nagoya dialect on full show. Together with her cat-like look and unvarnished Nagoya dialect, Yatogame will not divulge heart’s contents to him in any respect. This fashionable native comedy is rising the standing of Nagoya by means of statement of the lovable Yatogame-chan!
The second season, titled Yatogame-chan Kansatsu Nikki 2 Satsume, premiered in January 2020, and likewise aired for 12 episodes. Crunchyroll streamed the sequence because it aired.
The third season, Yatogame-chan Kansatsu Nikki 3 Satsume, premiered on the TV Aichi channel on January 10 at 9:54 p.m. The season aired for one cours (one quarter of a yr) with the identical primary employees and solid because the earlier two seasons.
Ichijinsha‘s Month-to-month Comedian Rex journal publishes the manga, and the eleventh quantity will ship on November 26. The manga has 55 million copies in circulation (together with digital copies). The manga’s title character was appointed as Nagoya Tourism Cultural Alternate Mission Ambassador in March 2017.
The manga additionally impressed a stage play that was presupposed to run in Nagoya in July 2020, however was delayed because of the new coronavirus illness (COVID-19).