The July issue of Houbunsha‘s Manga Time Kirara magazine distributed the first chapter on Saturday of Cherry Arai‘s Musunde, Tsunaide. (Bind, Connect) manga.
The Musunde, Tsunaide manga fixates on Kanoko and her companion Tsunagu. Their characters are direct inverse of one another, however, they are still close. Be that as it may, something happens one day while they’re playing close to a little mountain place of worship that they call Nogeyama-sama. The primary part is accessible to peruse for nothing on the new Comic Fuz site.
Cherry Arai finished the Sansha Sanyō (Three Leaves, Three Colors) manga in December.
Three Leaves, Three Colors (Japanese: 三者三葉 Hepburn: Sansha San’yō, lit. “Tripartite Trefoil”) is a Japanese four-board manga serialized in Houbunsha’s Manga Time Kirara magazine since February 2003 and thirteen tankōbon volumes have been gathered up until now. An anime adjustment by Doga Kobo disclosed from April to June 2016.
A 12-episode anime TV adjustment by Doga Kobo disclosed from April 11 to June 27, 2016 It is coordinated by Yasuhiro Kimura and composed by Hidoaki Koyasu. Jun Yamazaki gave the arrangement’s character plans.
The opening theme is Clover♣Kakumation クローバー♣かくめーしょん (Kurōbā♣Kakumēshon Clover♣Revolution), and the completion theme is Guchōki Parade (ぐちょーきパレード Rock-Scissors-Paperade), both performed by Mai Kanazawa, Ayaka Imamura, and Yū Wakui under the name Triple♣Feeling.
In episode 12, the tune School High Touch! (スクールはいたっち！ Sukūru Hai Tatchi!) is utilized as an addition melody, which is additionally performed by Triple♣Feeling.