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Short Manga 'Moshimoshi, Terumi Desu.' Receives Anime Adaptation

by tsubasalover
Feb 4, 9:33 PM | 12 Comments
This year's release of Shogakukan's 10th Big Comic Spirits issue published the final chapter of Etsuko Mizusawa's Moshimoshi, Terumi Desu. (Hello, This is Terumi.) manga on Monday. The side note at the last page of the chapter also revealed that the romantic slice of life manga series will receive an anime adaptation.

The story depicts the everyday life of Terumi-san, who dislikes the internet and works at a telephone company called Moshimoshi Dou, and middle school student Rintarou, who is in love with her.

The full-color manga series began its serialization in the magazine's 16th 2016 issue that shipped on March 14 that year. Shogakukan published the first volume on October 12 last year. Maaya Uchida (GJ-bu) voiced Terumi on the manga volume's promotional video.

Source: Comic Natalie

Moshimoshi, Terumi Desu. on MAL

12 Comments Recent Comments

I really like the art style. Kinda hope the anime maintains it well. I'm interested.

Feb 8, 2:15 AM by Toarujisuru

Going to watch it just because it has a similar colour tone to Nichijou.

VA choice seems odd, would have picked someone with a softer voice, not a screecher like Uchida.

Feb 6, 5:09 AM by Red_Tuesday

>Hates internet and use telephone a lot

She is such a Hipster.

Feb 5, 2:04 AM by Gridley

This looks pretty nice!
If Terumi will be really voiced by Uchida Maaya, that alone'll be awesome.

I'll definitely check this one out.

Feb 5, 1:59 AM by KuuhakuDesu

May give it a shot.

Feb 5, 1:31 AM by Swagernator

tsubasalover said:
@RobertBobert You're correct about landline phone but it's about a girl (her age not indicated, though) who works in a shop dealing with a landline phone and a boy who is in love with her.


In this case, this is the second author of josei and seinen, who writes about the boy's love for a young adult girl in my memory. However, as I understand it, it should be a sweet and innocent story, not some kind of exploitative romance.

Feb 5, 12:55 AM by RobertBobert

@RobertBobert You're correct about landline phone but it's about a girl (her age not indicated, though) who works in a shop dealing with a landline phone and a boy who is in love with her.

Feb 5, 12:47 AM by tsubasalover

tsubasalover said:
@RobertBobert it's basically a story that uses telephone (traditional) instead of internet, which the majority of society use for connecting with others.


Slice of life about a schoolgirl who communicates with a landline phone?

Feb 5, 12:39 AM by RobertBobert

@RobertBobert it's basically a story that uses telephone (traditional) instead of internet, which the majority of society use for connecting with others.

Feb 5, 12:21 AM by tsubasalover

Well, it sounds a little interesting, although I did not quite understand its contents.

Feb 4, 11:53 PM by RobertBobert

Ohh this looks pretty damn adorable! Hmm, I'll look into this :3

Feb 4, 10:12 PM by Wasshio

omg, Yes. ♡ I can't wait

Feb 4, 9:41 PM by rimonel

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