The July illustration for the Yuzaki Tsukasa Project: Bride Gallery is finally out! In case you are not aware, this is already the fourth work since it started. They released the first one on Tsukasa’s birthday, April 3, 2021.
You can check out the illustration below:
For you information, the ‘Bride Gallery’ aims to promote Kenjiro Hata’s new manga “Fly Me to the Moon”. For every month, the official website will release a newly drawn illustration of Tsukasa. Likewise, the theme of the image that will be released will depend on the season.
If you want to see the previous illustrations from the Bride Gallery, we have it all here in Anime Corner. Furthermore, you can also read some details about ‘Tonikaku Kawaii’ and ‘Fly Me to the Moon’.
The story follows a protagonist whose name is written with the characters for “Hoshizora” (“Starry Sky” in Japanese), but whose name is pronounced as “Nasa.” On the day of his high school entrance exams, Nasa encounters a beautiful girl named Tsukasa. For Nasa, it feels like destiny is finally calling out to him that he will have a girlfriend. Unfortunately, things take a turn for the worse when Nasa is hit by a car and unable to attend his entrance exams.
After Tsukasa helps the injured Nasa, he confesses his feelings to her. She agrees to go out with him only if Nasa agrees to marry her first. A year later, Nasa aces the entrance exams, but he decides to work a part-time job and live by himself instead of going to school. After Nasa turns 18, Tsukasa re-appears, and their happy, romantic, and mysterious married life together begins.
Source: Official website
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