Honey Lemon Soda Premiers in January 2025

The Fuji TV Anime Lineup Press Conference 2024 event on Monday announced that the television anime adaptation of Mayu Murata’s Honey Lemon Soda manga is set to premiere in January 2025 on the channel’s +Ultra programming block.

Directed by Hiroshi Nishikiori (A Certain Magical Index, IDOLiSH7 the Movie LIVE 4bit BEYOND THE PERiOD) at J.C.STAFF.

Akiko Waba (Blue Reflection Ray) is responsible for the series composition, Aimi Tanaka (animation director for Sugar Apple Fairy Tale) is handling character design, and Akira Kosemura (Ao no Orchestra) is creating the music.

UNLIMITED PRODUCE by TMS is in charge of producing and planning the anime.

The manga was launched by Murata in Shueisha’s Ribon magazine in December 2015.

honeylemonsoda Honey Lemon Soda Premiers in January 2025

Shueisha released the manga’s initial compiled book volume in May 2016, with the 25th volume set to be published on April 24. As of February, the manga has now accumulated over 12 million copies in circulation.

Yen Press is known for its English manga publications and is set to release the fifth volume on March 19. Yen Press describes the story:

Uka Ishimori’s experience in middle school had a significant impact on her, to the point where she is no longer able to express basic emotions like smiles, tears, or greetings.

Encountering a boy with lemon-colored hair again fills her with energy and sparks a glimmer of hope that reaching out for help could make life sweeter.

The manga served as inspiration for a live-action film adaptation in 2021.

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