The current year’s 25th issue of Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine uncovered on Monday that Seiji Hayashi‘s I’m From Japan manga will have an “important announcement” in the magazine’s next issue on May 27.
The manga‘s TV anime adjustment debuted inside the Oha-Suta program on April 8. New episodes air on Mondays inside the program’s new “Kyara Suta” fragment.
Viz Media distributed the initial three chapters of the manga in English as a component of its “Kick off” activity, and Shueisha distributes the manga on its MANGA Plus application in English. Shueisha describes the story of the I’m From Japan Manga:
“Tokio Abiko has left his hometown in Yamagata prefecture to enter school in the great metropolis of Tokyo. On his first day, he encounters one of his classmates, a strange boy called Japan Hinomoto. Tokio soon realizes that Japan is the master of a very peculiar martial art – Todofu-ken: the Metro-erritorial Pre-fist-ure Style! With each of the 47 styles themed after a prefecture of Japan, enjoy a hilarious and unique tour of the country!”
I’m From Japan (ジモトがジャパン Jimoto ga Japan) is a Japanese shōnen manga arrangement composed and shown by Seiji Hayashi. It started serialization in Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine on September 15, 2018, with the individual chapters gathered and distributed by Shueisha into two tankōbon volume as of April 2019. An anime TV arrangement adjustment by ODDJOB debuted on April 8, 2019.