Tomo-chan is a Girl, but everybody around her often forgets it due to her tomboyish personality and sometimes scary attitude. If you haven’t read ‘Tomo-chan is a Girl!’ yet, big mistake, go read it now. Tomo-chan is a Girl! Anime is releasing on January 4, 2023.

An amazing full-length promo video confirms the staff, and the show will be 13 episodes long.

Tomo-chan Is a Girl! Anime

It all begins with Tomo-chan informing us about how she confessed to Jun when high school started and how it was definitely romantic. Jun being a muscle-head who forgets Tomo-chan is a girl, takes her confessions as a joke and calls here ‘bro.’

  • The manga finished three years ago yet is a hit among rom-com lovers. So an anime variation of this hilarious romance will undoubtedly rock the boat.
  • The trailer also previews the anime’s ending theme song, ‘urukuru*love.’ The previously announced opening theme song, “Kurae! Telepathy” by Maharajan, is also previewed.

Moreover, the anime’s new key visual features Tomo and Jun making a heart out of a hand knock with Misuzu, Carol, and others giving a shout-out to them in the background.

Tomo-chan is a Girl! anime release date and trailer
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Tomo-chan Is a Girl! possible plot/storyline

Tomo-chan Is a Girl! anime poster
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While Tomo’s feelings continue to develop, Jun’s behavior around her doesn’t make it any simpler. Jun seems to have no feelings for Tomo, as he thinks of her as a friend. But later gets flustered every time he comes too close to her.

After falling in love with Jun, and having no idea how to make him see Tomo as her girl, she goes to her friends Misuzu and Carol for help. These two bright characters agree to help their friend in their own unusual and some of time outrageous ways.

It’s the perfect mix of cute, healthy, entertaining, and literally, everything that is good in this dying world.

Main cast and staff members

Lay-duce is the production house behind the anime. Here are all the staff members who will be working on Tomo-chan is a Girl!:

Position Staff Other Works
Director Hitoshi Namba
Head Writer Megumi Shimizu My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom!
Character Design Shiori Hiraiwa
Music Composer Masaru Yokoyama Horimiya


The voice cast for the anime is:

Character Cast Other Works
Tomo Aizawa Rie Takahashi Megumin (KonoSuba)
Junichiro Kubota Kaito Ishikawa Tobio Kageyama (Haikyu!!)
Carol Olston Sally Amaki Akubi (Pandora to Akubi)
Misuzu Gundo Rina Hidaka Silica (SAO)


This winter, Crunchyroll will bring this romantic comedy magnum opus which will frustrate and tickle you in equal parts.


Tomo-chan is a Girl Anime Reveals
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  • Tomo-chan is a Girl! is a four-panel manga by Fumita Yanagida. It was published from April 2015 to July 2019. It is finally receiving an anime adaptation in 2023.
  • In spite of being competitive, energetic, and harsh, Tomo-chan is very kind, honest, and delicate. To the place where it leads to her own defeat. Things like this have made the story charming and famous, and I can hardly hold back to see it on screen.
  • Are you ready for this wild rom-com show coming on Crunchyroll? Let us know your thoughts in the comments down below.
Sources: Official Website, Official Twitter, Crunchyroll

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