In the second issue of Kadokawa publisher's Monthly Comic Cune magazine it was revealed that Mitsuki's manga written and illustrated, Hinako Note, will come to an end in the next issue of the magazine, which will be published on January 27, 2021.
Mitsuki began publishing the manga in Kadokawa publisher's Monthly Comic Cune magazine in August 2014. The publisher published the fifth compiled volume in December 2018, followed by the sixth on March 27 in Japan.
The play inspired a twelve-episode anime adaptation produced by Passione Studios, directed by Toru Kitahata and scripts written by Tatsuhiko Urahata, released in April 2017.
Hinako Note Synopsis
Born and raised in the countryside in Japan, Hinako "Hina" Sakuragi becomes easily anxious when talking to new people, so much so that she becomes a rigid scarecrow. To overcome this, Hina aspires to get involved in acting, inspired by a play she saw during a school trip in her childhood. Thus, Hina moves to Hitotose Manor in bustling Tokyo to study at Fujiyama Academy, aspiring to join the college's renowned drama club, but to Hina's dismay, she discovers that the Fujiyama Academy drama club it has been suspended for a long time. Having come to Tokyo and enrolled in this school, Hina doesn't know what to do from now on. Sensing her disappointment and her eagerness to learn theater and acting, Chiaki Hagino, the owner of Hitotose Manor, encourages Hina to found a troupe of actors with the residents of Hitotose Manor as its members.
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