Hana-Kimi: Popular girls' manga turned into anime Live-action drama also a hot topic

It has been announced that the popular shojo manga "Hana-Kimi" by the late Hisaya Nakajo, which was also made into a live-action drama, will be made into an anime. A teaser visual featuring the main characters Mizuki Ashiya, Izumi Sano, and Shuichi Nakatsu has also been released.

The series is a school comedy that was serialized in the manga magazine Hana to Yume (Hakusensha) from 1996 to 2004. The story follows Mizuki Ashiya, a girl who disguises herself as a boy and transfers to a boys' boarding school in order to meet her crush, Izumi Sano. She lives her life at the school without anyone realizing her true identity, but one day, her true identity is discovered to be female... The series was made into a TV series in 2007 and 2011, which also became a hot topic. A total of 23 volumes of the comic have been released, and the total number of copies of the series has exceeded 17 million.

Details about the anime will be announced in the future.

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