During a special broadcast held for the Kanojo franchise Okarishimasu, which is inspired by the manga written and illustrated by Reiji Miyajima, it was announced that the second season for the anime series will premiere sometime in 2022. They have not been released. published more details about this sequel.
Miyajima began publishing the manga through Kodansha publisher's Weekly Shonen Magazine in July 2017. The publisher published the eighteenth compiled volume on November 17 in Japan and its most current report indicated that it had exceeded 7 million copies in circulation.
The play inspired a twelve-episode anime adaptation produced by TMS Entertainment Studios, directed by Kazuomi Koga and scripts written by Mitsutaka Hirota, released in July 2020.
Synopsis of Kanojo, Okarishimasu
Kazuya Kinoshita is a 20-year-old college student who has a wonderful girlfriend: the brilliant Mami Nanami. But suddenly, not anymore. Without warning, Mami breaks up with him, leaving him heartbroken and lonely. Seeking to ease his pain, he hires a rental girlfriend through an online application. His partner is Chizuru Mizuhara, who through her incomparable beauty and cute demeanor, manages to win Kazuya's affection.But after reading similar experiences from other clients Chizuru had had, Kazuya is sure that her caring personality and warmth smiles were just an act to play with her heart, and she rates it badly. Aggravated, Chizuru criticizes him for her shameless hypocrisy, revealing her true temperal personality. However, this one-sided exchange is interrupted when Kazuya discovers that his grandmother has collapsed. They rush to the hospital and find Kazuya's grandmother already in good condition. Puzzled by Chizuru's presence, Grandma asks who this girl could be. On impulse, Kazuya introduces her as her real girlfriend, forcing Chizuru to play the role of her. But with Kazuya still anchored to Mami, how long can this difficult client and the reluctant rental girlfriend be able to keep up his performance?
Source: Official Site
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