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This year's 10th issue of Shueisha's Grand Jump magazine announced a television anime adaptation of Kei Toume's Yesterday wo Utatte (Sing "Yesterday" for Me) manga on Wednesday.

After college, Rikuo Uozumi, a boy without much ambition in life, takes on a job at a convenience store. The days pass by uneventfully for Rikuo until he meets his former love interest and classmate, but especially thanks to the unusual Haru Nonaka, and her pet crow... (Source: MU)

The slice of life romantic manga began its serialization in Business Jump in 1997. Following the discontinuation of Business Jump's in October 2011, the manga moved to Grand Jump with the magazine's inaugural issue the following month. Toume ended the manga after an 18-year serialization in June 2015. Shueisha published the 11th and final volume in September of the same year.

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Yesterday wo Utatte on MAL
Modified by Vindstot, Apr 23, 3:27 PM
Apr 16, 9:07 AM

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"The whole manga is all about love polygon and unrequited love"

not the kind of romance i can enjoy
Modified by tragedydesu, Apr 16, 10:35 AM
Apr 16, 9:17 AM

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Holy shit, the manga is almost 22 years old and finished almost 4 years ago, and now they suddenly decide to make an anime adaptation? Well, okay then. Another old and finished manga getting an anime. Expecting a complete adaptation of this.
Apr 16, 9:33 AM

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It looks fantastic. I'm on board
Apr 16, 10:23 AM

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tragedydesu said:
"The whole manga is all about love polygon and unrequited love"

not for the kind of romance i can enjoy

same, big skip, definitely not interested in the same prolonged drama bullshits, seen in 500 other anime before
Apr 16, 2:20 PM

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Seems fairly interesting on first glance.
Apr 16, 3:01 PM

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This seems interesting.

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Apr 17, 1:21 AM

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dryest slowest manga i ever read. i never understood how people like this. but oh well, good for fans, i guess..
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Apr 17, 10:41 AM

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Don't watch this if you don't want a headache, supposed to be grown ass adults besides the main female yet handle things like 5 year olds
Apr 18, 4:07 AM
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Despite all the negative things people are saying about it, this does look pretty interesting. I think I'm going to go give the manga read.
Apr 20, 9:26 AM
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Hope that as an adaptation it can be shorter and better paced than the manga.
Apr 25, 11:07 AM

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Haneken2086 said:
Hope that as an adaptation it can be shorter and better paced than the manga.

Anime adaptations tend to do just that, so... a win win situation for this particular manga? I also hoping they change the ending a little bit.