The previously announced Saving 80,000 Gold in Another World for My Retirement anime adaptation has released the first teaser visual, along with announcing that Rika Nagae will voice the protagonist Mitsuha Yamano. The anime is set to air in January 2023, and you can check out the new visual below:
Hiroshi Tamada will direct the anime at studio FelixFilm, with Yuki Fukuchi as the character designer and Akihiko Inari in charge of the series composition.
FUNA writes the original Saving 80,000 Gold in Another World for My Retirement (Rougo ni Sonaete Isekai de 8-manmai no Kinka wo Tamemasu) novel, which was originally published on the Shosetsuka ni Naro website and later picked up by Kodansha.The print version is published in the Ranobe Books imprint, with illustrations by Tozai. There is also a manga adaptation by Keisuke Motoe, which has been ongoing in Monthly Shonen Sirius since 2017.
Kodansha US announced the English print release of the manga for August 2023, and they describe the story:
After growing up an orphan, Mitsuha has a healthy respect for money and a desire to live well—at least, until she dies after being pushed off a cliff. Waking up in a strange fantasy world, Mitsuha narrowly survives an encounter with a pack of wolves, then realizes she has the power to move between this world and the real one. A lesser person might embark on heroic adventures—Mitsuha instead immediately recognizes the lucrative possibilities of her new situation, and heads out to buy an arsenal of modern weapons. Her goal: to acquire 80,000 gold, and the life of leisure she’s always dreamed of! The manga companion to the popular light novel series, also coming soon from Kodansha!
Source: Comic Natalie
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