Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It revealed the opening and ending sequences during the AnimeJapan 2022 stage. The anime known in Japan as Rikei ga Koi ni Ochita no de Shōmei Shite Mita and shortened to Rikekoi will begin airing on April 1st.
Sora Amamiya, who voices Ayame Himuro, is singing the opening theme titled “Love-Evidence“:
Chicho and the HoneyWorks are singing the ending theme with mafumafu. The song is titled “Vivid Love” and is now combined with the ending sequence in a charming video:
Fans of the series will be able to enjoy the Science Fell in Love opening and ending themes when the new season premiers on April 1st.
Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It. was created by Alifred Yamamoto, and started its run as a manga series in 2016 published by Flex Comix. It has since grown to 10 volumes, proving its longevity and popularity.
Before Rikekoi leaped from the pages to anime, it was first adapted to live-action, in a 4 episode television drama that ran from September 1st to the 22nd in 2018 to promote a live-action film that premiered on February 1st, 2019.
Rikekoi was adapted to anime by Studio Zero-G, and the first season, consisting of 12 episodes, aired from January 10th, 2020 to March 13th, 2020. Though a second season was confirmed on October 17th, 2020, fans wouldn’t see a trailer for it until March 6th, 2022.
Source: AnimeJapan 2022, Comic Meteor YouTube Account
© Alfred Yamamoto / COMIC Meteor/ “RikeKoi” Production Committee