Awajima Hyakkei: Ohta Publishing has announced that Takako Shimura’s manga “Awajima Hyakkei” will be receiving an anime adaptation that revolves around girls at an opera music school, with each chapter focusing on different characters. The coming-of-age series has been serialized on various platforms, starting on Ohta Publishing’s PocoPoco website in July 2011 before moving to Ohta Web Comic in July 2016. After a break in 2019, the manga will resume with monthly serialization in January 2022 but went on break again in August 2022 before resuming in November 2023. The manga concluded its run on March 15. The fifth and final compiled volume of the manga is set to be released on May 13 by Ohta Publishing.

Awajima Hyakkei Manga

Manga’s NameAwajima Hyakkei
Japanese Title淡島百景
GenreComing-of-age
AuthorTakako Shimura
PublisherOhta Publishing
Original MagazinePocoPoco (June 7, 2011–2016)
Ohta Web Comic (July 29, 2016–March 15, 2024)
DemographicJosei
Original RunJune 7, 2011 – March 15, 2024
Volumes5

“Awajima Hyakkei” follows the lives of girls attending an opera music school, introducing the audience to their individual journeys and growth as they go through the challenges and triumphs of their education and personal lives. Each chapter of the manga centres around different characters, offering unique perspectives and experiences within the setting of the music school. Throughout the series, readers are introduced to a various cast of characters, each with their own dreams, aspirations, and struggles. As they pursue their passion for music and strive to achieve their goals, they confront various obstacles, forge deep friendships, and discover new facets of themselves along the way.

Who is Takako Shimura?

Takako Shimura is well-known for her other works such as “Wandering Son” and “Sweet Blue Flowers,” both of which have been adapted into television anime series. She has also contributed original character designs for anime like “Aldnoah. Zero” and “Battery the Animation.” Fantagraphics Books is releasing “Wandering Son” in North America, while Viz Media is handling “Sweet Blue Flowers,” and Seven Seas is publishing “Even Though We’re Adults” digitally and in print. The manga, which ran from 2011 until March of this year

When was the manga Awajima Hyakkei serialized?

The manga initially debuted on Ohta Publishing’s PocoPoco website in July 2011 before moving to Ohta Web Comic in July 2016. It went through multiple breaks but completed its run on March 15.

When will the final volume of the manga be released?

The fifth and final compiled volume of the manga is set to be released on May 13 by Ohta Publishing.

What other works is Takako Shimura known for?

Takako Shimura is well-known for her works such as “Wandering Son” and “Sweet Blue Flowers,” both of which have been adapted into television anime series. She has also contributed original character designs for various anime titles.

Ashutosh Raj

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