Fly Me to the Moon is also known outside Japan as TONIKAWA: Over The Moon For You. It is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Kenjiro Hata. It is serialized in Shogakukan‘s Weekly Shōnen Sunday since February 2018. The story surrounds the teen genius Nasa Yuzaki and his developing relationship with his new wife, Tsukasa, who saves him in a car accident at the beginning of the story.
To everyone who’s followed the manga series, and/or were waiting for the anime adaptation, we have a piece of good news.
The official website for Tonikawa: Over The Moon For You, the television anime Fly Me to the Moon manga, began streaming the show’s new promotional video on Sunday. And, it is revealed that it will premiere onOctober 2 at 01:05 (effectively, October 3 at 1:05 a.m.).
You can watch the new promotional video here. Also, scroll down to get a look at the Streaming platform and the Staff and Cast details
Where can I watch Fly Me to the Moon?
You can watch the anime on Tokyo MX, Ttv, and BS-NTV. It will premiere on the channel on October 2 at 01:05 (effectively, October 3 at 1:05 a.m.). Fly Me to the Moon is also available for streaming on Crunchyroll.
Fly Me to the Moon will be produced by Seven Arcs and directed by Hiroshi Ikehata, with Kazuho Hyodo writing the scripts. Masakatsu Sasaki will be designing the characters, and Endō composing the music. Akari Kitō will perform the series’ opening theme song “Koi no Uta (feat. Tsukasa Tsukuyomi)”. And, KanoeRana will perform the series’ ending theme song “Tsuki to Hoshizora“.
Fly Me to the Moon Plot
Nasa Yuzaki is a boy with a peculiar name. He gets hit by a truck on the day of his high school entrance exams. Later encounters and follows a beautiful girl who saves him, confessing his love for her at a bus stop. The girl is Tsukasa Tsukuyomi, who agrees to become his girlfriend. But, she has a condition. Which is, they should be married first. When Nasa, who had previously decided to not go to high school, reaches his 18th birthday, he is still thinking about the promise he made on that day.
Suddenly, Tsukasa shows up at his doorstep with a marriage form, starting their relationship and their marriage. Although Tsukasa’s clingy adopted younger sister refuses to accept the relationship, she brings Nasa to her family.
As Nasa and Tsukasa’s relationship develops, they start becoming more intimate. The couple begins to hold hands, embrace each other, and kiss by Chapter 14.
Throughout the earlier chapters of the manga, a supporting character named Aya Arisagawa, who has a crush on Nasa, believes that Nasa and Tsukasa are simply family members, not married. When she learns that they are, it comes as a shock to her although she eventually comes to terms with it and supports Nasa’s relationship.
So, mark your calendars for October 2/3 to watch the first episode of Fly Me to the Moon.