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Happy Go Lucky Day anime film is here!

It not very surprising that many anime series/movies are getting delayed due to the ongoing pandemic. Amongst this is Happy Go Lucky Day anime film. And as things are slowly getting back to normal, the official website of the anime announced the renewing of its work.

The film is an adaptation from the original manga. It is an omnibus of stories about everyday life, themed around romance, that is sometimes sweet, sometimes painful. The manga ran in Ohta Publishing’s Manga Erotics F magazine from 2002 to 2004, and Ohta Publishing is selling a revised compilation of the manga in two volumes. And the anime film adaptation is by Liden Films Kyoto Studio.

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Release Date 

The official website for the anime film of Takako Shimura’s manga announced on Tuesday that Happy Go Lucky Day will now open on 23rd October 2020. The website also announced that the film’s soundtrack CD with CreepHyp’s theme song and 22 other tracks will ship on October 21.

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Watch the official trailer of Happy Go lucky Days with English subtitles here.

 

Segments and their Cast of Happy Go Lucky Day 

  1. Ecchan to Ayasa segment
    It is about the feelings of two women who once met at the wedding of a former sweetheart. In this Kana Hanazawa plays Ecchan, and Mikako Komatsu plays Aya-san.
  2. Sawa-sensei to Yagasaki-Kun segment
    It focuses on a teacher in a boys’ school who is put on the spot by a student’s sudden confession. In this Takahiro Sakurai voices Sawa-sensei, and Seiichiro Yamashita voices Yagasaki-Kun.
  3. Shin-chan to Sayoko segment
    This one follows two childhood friends and their growing sense of distance as they reach adolescence. Ibuki Kido plays Shin-chan, while Ai Fairouz plays Sayoko.
  4. Mika-chan and Shin-chan segment.
    This segment also follows two childhood friends and their growing sense of distance as they reach adolescence. Ibuki Kido plays Shin-chan, while Kaori Ishihara plays Mika-chan.

 

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