The 365 Days to the Wedding romantic-comedy manga is getting a TV anime adaptation. The production studio, staff, cast, and release date are yet to be revealed, but an announcement visual has been released:
365 Days to the Wedding TV anime is based on the manga written and illustrated by Tamiki Wakaki, which has been serialized in Shogakukan’s seinen manga magazine Weekly Big Comic Spirits since March 2020. It currently has 10 volumes in circulation with the 11th one set to release later this month. The manga inspired a TV drama adaptation that aired in October 2022. Seven Seas Entertainment started licensing the manga this year in English, with the first volume set to release on November 14. They describe the first volume as follows:
A sweet “fake engagement” romance about quiet coworkers by the creator of The World God Only Knows–inspired the live-action drama Map for The Wedding!
The J.T.C. travel agency is looking for someone to manage its brand-new branch in Irkutsk. But for employees Oohara Takuya and Honjouji Rika, they’d rather just stay home in Tokyo! Thankfully, they’ve discovered a way out—their manager has narrowed down the recruits to bachelors, so what if they just…got married? The problem is they barely know each other at all! Can they convince their office they’re engaged just long enough for the transfer to finish up?
Source: 365 Days to the Wedding Anime Official Twitter and Website
© Tamiki Wakaki/ Shogakukan/ Anime “Kekkon Surutte, Hontou Desu ka?” Production Committee