Hitsuji Gondaira’s Mission: Yozakura Family Premiering April 7th

A new commercial from NBC Universal announced that the television anime adaptation of Hitsuji Gondaira’s Mission: Yozakura Family manga is set to premiere on April 7.

Directed by Mirai Minato (known for Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya, Our Last Crusade or the Rise of a New World, BOFURI: I Don’t Want to Get Hurt, so I’ll Max Out My Defense.), the anime series has its scripts overseen by SILVER LINK.

Mizuki Takahashi (Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation) is responsible for character design and serves as the chief animation director.

Kōji Fujimoto (Ragna Crimson, Tearmoon Empire) and Osamu Sasaki (The Great Jahy Will Not Be Defeated!, Ragna Crimson) are in charge of composing the music.

Gondaira (Demon Prince Poro’s Diaries) debuted the manga in Weekly Shonen Jump in August 2019.

Viz Media has been releasing the manga in English digitally at the same time as its release in Japan.

Viz Media started releasing compiled volumes digitally in December 2020 and began the physical release of the series with the first volume in October 2022.

Shueisha’s MANGA Plus service also offers the manga digitally in English, providing a brief description of the story:

Taiyo Asano is an extremely reserved high school student who only feels comfortable talking to his childhood friend, Mutsumi Yozakura.

Mutsumi’s true identity is revealed as the daughter of a renowned spy family!

On top of that, Mutsumi is facing harassment from her overly protective and nightmarish brother, Kyoichiro.

What extreme measures will Taiyo need to resort to to rescue Mutsumi?!

A comedic spy family embarks on a thrilling mission!

A new addition to the franchise was released on January 4th.

Source: Comic Natalie

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