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Kaguya-sama: Love is War -The First Kiss That Never Ends- Sets Japanese Broadcast Date


Feature-length anime Kaguya-sam: Love is War -The First Kiss That Never Ends- first made its way to Japanese cinemas over Christmas before sharing the love internationally on Valentine’s Day. Now it has its sights set on the small screen, with a Japanese TV broadcast set for March 31 at 25:55 (AKA April 1 at 1:55am). 

The one-hour block on MBS will split the story into two halves, with the second to follow on April 2 at 26:50 (April 3 at 2:50am). The full two-hour version will then air at once on Tokyo MX on April 5 at 11:00pm Japan Time.

Crunchyroll streamed the Kaguya-sama: Love is War TV anime as it aired and VIZ Media publishes Aka Akasaka’s original manga in North America. Here’s how Aniplex of America sums up Kaguya-sama: Love is War -The First Kiss That Never Ends-:

Shuchiin Academy’s student council room, the place where Student Council Vice President Kaguya Shinomiya and President Miyuki Shirogane met. After a long battle in love, these two geniuses communicated their feelings and, at the Hoshin Festival, had their very first kiss. However, there was no clear confession of love. The relationship between these two, who assumed they would be a couple, remains ambiguous. Now, overly conscious of their feelings, they must face the biggest challenge yet: Christmas. It’s Shirogane who wants it to be perfect versus Kaguya who pursues the imperfect situation. This is the very “normal” love story of two geniuses and the first kiss that never ends.

Source: Official Twitter