My Wife Has No Emotions Adaptation Receives TV Anime

The announcement that a television anime based on Jir Sugiura’s manga My Wife Has No Emotions (Boku no Tsuma wa Kanj ga nai) will air on Tokyo MX, MBS, and BS Asahi in July came on Friday from Kadokawa and Wright Film.

Fumihiro Yoshimura of Tezuka Productions, who has worked on Kumi to Tulip and Jungle Emperor Leo: Hon-o-ji, is directing the animation of My Wife Has No Emotions.

Zenjirou Ukulele, from Naruto Shippōden, is designing the characters, while Mitsutaka Hirota, from Edens Zero both seasons and Rent-A-Girlfriend all three seasons, is supervising the series scripts.

My Wife Has No Emotions: Plot

My Wife Has No Emotions My Wife Has No Emotions Adaptation Receives TV Anime

The plot of the English-language manga, which is being published by Seven Seas Entertainment, is as follows:

Working and coming home is all that Takuma does for a living as a single man. Because he is too exhausted to perform housework and cooking, he chooses to hire a robot instead. As a joke, Takuma says that “Mina-chan” should marry him because she is such a fantastic housekeeper. As time goes on, Mina begins to take Takuma seriously, and the two begin to spend more and more time together, eventually going on picnics in the park. Takuma develops feelings for Mina over time, but is it possible for a human and a robot to share a harmonious, loving relationship?

In 2019, Sugiura debuted the manga in Comic Flapper, a publication of Kadokawa. In October 2023, Kadokawa released the seventh volume of the manga’s collected books.

Volume five of the manga was released in August 2023 by Seven Seas Entertainment.

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