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Dahlia in Bloom Gets Anime Adaptatation

Dahlia in Bloom: Crafting a Fresh Start with Magical Tools is getting an anime adaptation, as confirmed earlier. The light novel series, written by Hisaya Amagishi and illustrated by Kei, currently has eight volumes out, and an ongoing manga adaptation (Magic Artisan Dahlia Wilts No More) by Megumi Sumikawa. A teaser visual for the anime is out:

Dahlia in Bloom (Madougushi Dahliya wa Utsumukanai: Kyou kara Jiyuu na Shokunin Life) was originally published on the user-generated content website,  Shosetsuka ni Naro in 2018. Media Factory picked it up in October 2018 and published it with Kei’s illustrations. The first manga adaptation, Madougushi Dahlia wa Utsumukanai: Kyou Kara Jiyuu na Shokunin Life, by Kamada was published in the Comp Ace magazine from 2019 to 2020. It had a total of ten chapters, compiled into two volumes. The second manga series by Megumi Sumikawa has been serialized in Comic Blade magazine and was licensed as Magic Artisan Dahlia Wilts No More (Madougushi Dahlia wa Utsumukanai: Dahlia Wilts No More) by Seven Seas Entertainment. The sixth volume is scheduled to come out on August 31st.

J-Novel Club licensed the light novel series in English and describes the plot as:
After dying of overwork in Japan, Dahlia is reborn into a world filled with magic. Raised by a master of magical toolmaking, she develops a passion for the craft and becomes engaged to her father’s apprentice. Before her father can see her wed, however, he suddenly passes away. As if this weren’t enough, on the day before their wedding, her fiancé announces that he’s in love—but not with her! Dahlia finally realizes she needs to live for herself. She vows to be her own woman from now on and devote herself to her craft, even if it’s not quite the quiet life she was hoping for! From a chance encounter with a knight to starting her own company, there are challenges aplenty on the horizon. But this young craftswoman is no longer a shrinking violet—she’s Dahlia, and she’s ready to bloom.

Source: Official Website
©Hisaya Amagishi/MF Bunko/Madougushi Dahlia wa Utsumukanai Production Committee

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