From a light novel to an anime, Ryto and Runa's unlikely romance comes to life in 2023

From a light novel to an anime, Ryto and Runa's unlikely romance comes to life in 2023

The television anime adaptation of the light novel series You Were Experienced, I Wasn't, and This is How We Began Dating by Makiko Nagaoka is scheduled to debut in 2023. Fans of the series can't wait to watch how the love connection between Ryto Kashima and Runa Shirakawa will play out on television after the anime's first teaser promotional video was just released.

An inside look at the actors and crew
Fans can expect a visual treat from the anime adaptation, which has a skilled cast and crew at work. Natsuki Hanae, renowned for his roles in Demon Slayer and Tokyo Ghoul, will provide his voice to Ryūto Kashima, while Saori Ōnishi, who has worked on programs like Sword Art Online and Your Lie in April, will portray Runa Shirakawa.

Hiroko Fukuda is in charge of the series scripts, and Hideaki Oba is directing the anime at ENGI. Ysuke It is creating the animated series' characters, which are based on magako's original drawings, while Kei Haneoka is in charge of the tunes. Pony Canyon is in charge of the show's production. The sound director is Takeshi Takadera, who also contributed to Yowamushi Pedal.

The series of light novels' storyline
The unusual romance between Ryto and Runa is the focus of the light novel series. Runa is a popular student at the school, but Ryto is a depressed social outcast who finds it difficult to make friends. After Ryuto loses a game and is forced to ask Runa out, their paths cross.

Ryto and Runa don't have the same social circles or interests, but as they spend more time together, they grow closer despite their differences. They discover how to respect and embrace one other's distinctive features as a result of their relationship.

The series's popularity
Since the first installment of the light novel series was published in September 2020 under Kadokawa's Fantasia Bunko label, it has attracted a sizable fan base. The series' sixth volume, which was released on Friday, heightened interest in the anime adaptation among readers.

The books' manga adaptation, featuring artwork by Noyama Carpaccio, debuted on Square Enix's Gangan Online website in February 2022. Fans of the series will have additional material to enjoy while they wait for the premiere of the anime with the release of the third compiled book volume of the manga on April 12.

A lovely narrative of two individuals from separate worlds discovering love is promised in the forthcoming anime version of Keiken Zumi na Kimi to, Keiken Zero na Ore ga, Otsukiai Suru Hanashi. Fans of the series will undoubtedly like the anime when it premieres in 2023 thanks to a skilled cast and crew that bring the plot to life.