Mononogatari Anime Announced

Through a preview of the cover of the upcoming December issue of Shueisha’s “Ultra Jump” magazine, which goes on sale in Japan on Friday, it has been revealed that the manga series “Mononogatari” is getting an anime adaptation in the form of a TV series.

Mononogatari Anime: More details still to come

Concrete details, such as the contributors to the production, a release date or the length of the series, are not yet known at this time. We will, of course, keep you up to date as soon as we have new information.

The original manga was penned by Onigunsou and has been published in Ultra Jump magazine since April 2014. The publisher Shueisha has so far released 13 volumes in print in Japan.

“Mononogatari” is about tsukumogami – spirits that inhabit old objects. Kunato Hyouma despises the tsukumogami because they have taken something important from him.

Mononogatari First Manga Volume

Mononogatari First Manga Volume

Mononogatari Storyline

Tsukumogami: spirits that take possession of old objects and assume a physical form. Although he is part of the Saenome clan, whose mission is to peacefully send the tsukumogami back to their own world, Kunato Hyouma abysmally hates them because one of them took away something that was very precious to him.

To cure him of this loathing, Hyouma’s grandfather sends him to Nagatsuki Botan, a girl who is the master of six “friendly” tsukumogami and lives with them as family.

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