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Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Visible Anime Adaptation Announced

Great news for the anime fans as, another great anime, Kubo Won’t Let Me Me Visible is announced today. Here’s all the information we have for the upcoming anime.

Written by Nene Yukimori, Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Visible is a currently running manga going on with its 8th volume right now, starting October 2019. If you are an aficionado of the romantic comedy genre, then Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Visible is a perfect manga for you. And if you are already reading the manga, then you would have been waiting for its anime adaptation announcement. Well, it looks like your wish actually came true.

For those who are unaware of the premise of the series, it is based on the life of Junta Shiraishi. Junta is a high school student, so ordinary and quiet that his fellow classmates and teachers don’t recognize him. But soon his life starts to make a change when he comes to the notice of his classmate Kubo. She makes Junta do such things that make him come to the notice of others.

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official website of the anime. Right now, no confirmed release date is out, but we have confirmed information about its cast and staff.

The new visual with the main characters, Kubo and Junta surely look catchy. As usual, we can see Kubo teasing Junta, and both of them can be seen wearing their school dress.

Here’s the new visual we got, check out yourself how great it looks.

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Cast and Staff Information For The Upcoming Anime

Studio Pine Jam is animating the upcoming anime under the direction of famous anime director, Kazuomi Koga. Kazuomi is well known for his work in Rent-A-GirlfriendKana Hanazawa will voice the character of Nagisa Kubo while Kenjo Kawanishi will voice Junta Shiraishi.

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