The animated adaptation of the manga written and illustrated by Namori, Yuru Yuri, will celebrate its 10th anniversary in July 2021. To commemorate this, the release of the musical album “YURUYURI GORAKUBU BEST ALBUM” has been announced for July 21 in Japan.
In addition to the 28 songs performed by the project's voice actresses like the musical unit Nanamori-Chu ☆ Goraku-Bu, the album will also include a list of songs that have been rearranged for this occasion. The first edition of this album will also include an additional Blu-ray with previously released music videos, while the limited edition, titled “YURUYURI GORAKUBU ＆ SEITOKAI BEST ALBUM SPECIAL EDITION,” will also include songs performed by the student council voice cast.
Furthermore, Namori began publication of the manga in Ichijinsha Publishing's Comic Yuri Hime magazine in June 2008. The play inspired a twelve-episode anime adaptation produced by Doga Kobo Studios, under the direction of Masahiko Ohta and scripts. written by Takashi Aoshima, released in July 2011. A twelve-episode second season premiered in July 2012, followed by a 64-minute OVA in November 2014, a twelve-episode third season in October 2015, and more OVAs subsequently, with the most recent released in November 2019 in Japan.
Synopsis of Yuru Yuri
Akari Akaza is reunited with Yui Funami and Kyōko Toshino at an all-girls school. During the duo's first year, Yui and Kyoko formed the Fun Club that occupies the now-existing Tea Club room. Shortly after Akari joins in, one of her classmates, Chinatsu Yoshikawa, pays the trio a visit under the impression that they are the Tea Club; Only when the three girls explain that the Tea Club has been disbanded can they convince Chinatsu to join the Fun Club, a group with no other purpose than to provide entertainment for its members.
Source: Comic Natalie
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