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Alya sometimes hides her feelings in Russian to get a TV anime

Alya sometimes hides her feelings in Russian The light novel series is getting a television anime. Cast information and an announcement trailer, which is available in Japanese and Russian versions, were also released. Sumire Uesaka voices the female lead Alisa Mikhailovna Kujou, while Kohei Amasaki voices Masachika Kuze. The staff and premiere date have yet to be announced.

Alya sometimes hides her feelings in Russian Japanese version anime announcement trailer

The television anime is adapting the light written by SunSunSun and illustrated by Momoco. The novel was initially published online as two short stories on the self-publishing website Shosetsuka ni Naro in May 2020. It was later acquired by Kadokawa Shoten’s Kadokawa Sneaker Bunko imprint in 2021 and currently has 5 volumes and one short story in circulation. Kodansha’s Magazine Pocket is serializing Saho Tenamachi’s manga adaptation that launched in October 2022.

Alya sometimes hides her feelings in Russian Russian Version Anime Announcement Trailer

Yen Press is licensing the English version and they describe the first volume in the series as:
Alisa Mikhailovna Kujou is the “lonely princess” of Seiren Private Academy. She’s a silver-haired, half-Russian beauty, the valedictorian of her class, an accountant for the student council, and…completely unapproachable. For some reason, she also takes it upon herself to scold the slacker she sits next to her in class. Masachika Kuze constantly frustrates her by falling asleep, forgetting her textbooks, and just being a non-exemplary student in general. Or at least, that’s how she looks from the outside. She may act tough, but she doesn’t care for Masachika as much as others would think. He even allows her to call her by her nickname, Alya. Anyone who listens to the comments she mutters in Russian under her breath can know how she really feels, but since none of her classmates understand the language, she is free to say whatever she wants! Except… there’s one person who knows what she’s saying. Masachika eavesdrops on her embarrassing revelations, pretending to be clueless, while she wonders what her flirtatious comments really mean!

Fountain: official twitter
© SunSunSun/Momoco

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