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Isaku and Keiya Go to a Festival in A Girl & Her Guard Dog Episode 6

A Girl & Her Guard Dog anime has released the preview images for episode 6. The sixth episode is scheduled to air on November 2 at 24:30 (JST). It will be distributed simultaneously on Crunchyroll, and Amazon Prime Video an hour after.

Isaku and Keiya go to a festival downtown, but Isaku ends up running into her classmates in elementary school, who know that she’s the granddaughter of a yakuza. However, Keiya takes Isaku’s hand and excuses themselves from her classmates as they are “on a date”. Before she knows it, Isaku finds herself enjoying her night, pretending to be on a date with Keiya. Check the preview images here:

A Girl & Her Guard Dog anime adaptation is based on an ongoing manga series of the same name written and illustrated by Hatsuharu. Project No.9 is animating the series with Yoshihiro Takamoto directing. Yoriko Tomita, Aya Satsuki, and Miharu Hirami are penning the script. Masayoshi Ooishi is performing the opening theme “Suki ni Naccha Dame na Hito.” Aside from providing the voice for the female lead Isaku Senagaki, Akari Kito is also singing the ending theme “Magie×Magie.” The voice cast includes:

  • Yuichiro Umehara as Keiya Utou
  • Akari Kito as Isaku Senagaki
  • Junya Enoki as Kaori Sekiya
  • Mai Nakahara as Mikio Tanuki

Kodansha is publishing the manga series in its shoujo manga magazine Bessatsu Friend and digitally in English, and describes the series:

Isaku never asked to be the daughter of a yakuza boss, but when her parents died in a car accident when she was 5, her gangster grandfather took her in and raised her as part of the clan. After years of being avoided by her schoolmates because of her family ties, Isaku is finally ready to make her high-school debut, live a normal life, and maybe even find love…until loyal family servant and Isaku’s dedicated guardian, 26-year-old Keiya, enters high school right alongside her and vows to protect her from all of the above! Now she’s got a chain-smoking, pistol-wielding knight-in-shining(?)-armor to deal with, and navigating high school besides? What’s a young lady to do?!

Source: Official Website
© Hatsuharu / Kodansha / “A Girl & Her Guard Dog” Production Committee

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