Romcom novel My Dreamy Realist is being adapted as an anime

Lots of anime adaptations based around Isekai novels have been announced lately, but today an announcement falls outside the box. Because for the romcom novel My Dreamy Realist located for the year 2023 an anime series in production! Right at the start, we can get a glimpse of the production with a teaser and visual.

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Teaser

The anime series My Dreamy Realist is created at Studio Gokumi × AXsiZ directed by Kazuomi Koga (Rent-a-Girlfriend). The screenplay takes itself Michiko Yokote (Bleach) an, wohingegen Miyabi Ozeki (World’s End Harem) is responsible for the design of the characters.

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Naoya Miyase as Wataru

Akiho Suzumoto als Aika

Yumiri Hanamori (Ai Hayasaka aus Kaguya-sama: Love Is War) as Kei

Mikako Komatsu (Maki Zen’in out JUJUTSU KAISEN) as Kaede

Kaori Ishihara (Aladdin aus Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic) as ring

Visual

The anime series My Dreamy Realist based on the author’s light novel of the same name Okemaru and Illustrator Sabamizore. Hobby Japan has published seven volumes since 2020, with the manga adaptation of Popuri Yoshikita has produced three volumes so far.

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Contents:

Wataru is so infatuated with his classmate Aika that he daydreams about their mutual love and relationship, relentlessly approaching her at every opportunity. But one day he is catapulted from his dream world back into reality, because he realizes more and more that he doesn’t stand a chance with this extraordinary beauty … right? He begins to develop a certain distance from Aika, which in turn causes her to become upset. The result of this misunderstanding is the awakening of subconscious feelings on both sides.

Those: My Dreamy Realist on Twitter

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Melanie Höpfler works as editor-in-chief for Crunchyroll Germany. She loves the genres Boys Love and Sports more than anything. She also has a great weakness for Japanese voice actors, as you can see on her Twitter @melopf25 will see.

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