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Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible Reveals Episode 5 Preview

The TV anime Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible revealed the preview for episode 5 on Friday. When Shiraishi noticed that March 14th was marked as “White Day” on the calendar, he remembered the chocolate cookies he had on his desk during Valentine’s Day. On the day of White Day, he made up his mind and bought a gift in return. Can Shiraishi muster his courage to give a return present to Kubo? Find out on the next episode which airs on Tuesday, February 7.

Shintaro Itoga is directing episode 5 of the anime with Yoshiko Saito as chief animation director. Yuya Takahashi is writing the scripts while Morino Kumazo is doing the storyboard. Masumi Houjo, Mayumi Hidaka, Yasuyuki Noda, Tsutomu Ono, and Shunryou Yamamura are the animation directors for the upcoming episode. Studio PINE JAM is animating the series with Kazuomi Koga as director. Yuya Takahashi is supervising the scripts and Yoshiko Saito is handling the character designs. Kana Hanazawa performs the opening theme while the voice actor unit Dialogue+ is singing the ending theme. The anime will air up until the sixth episode this winter season as it has been delayed due to the effects of COVID-19 on the production schedule. The anime will restart its broadcast starting with the first episode in April.

HIDIVE is streaming Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible and they described the series as:
Junta Shiraishi has just one goal: to experience youth to the fullest! But this is easier said than done. Junta is so socially invisible that people at school would swear he skipped class even when he’s sitting right behind them. Everything changes when Junta meets Nagisa Kubo. She’s the only person who pays Junta any attention, and her constant teasing is sure to turn Junta’s quiet life upside down because Kubo won’t let him be invisible! Based on the seinen rom-com manga series by Nene Yukimori and serialized in Shueisha’s Weekly Young Jump since October 2019.

Source: Official Twitter and Website
© Nene Yukimori/ Shueisha / Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible Production Committee

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