Novel 'High School Girl and The Magic Notebook' announces anime and manga adaptation

Written by: Adrian Andulan

Published on: September 18, 2021 at 20:0 PHT (GMT+8)


A novel by Wakasa Seikatsu president Kenichi Kakutani will receive a manga and anime adaptation, with the first chapter of the manga now available.


High School Girl and The Magic Notebook | © Wakasa Seikatsu


The novel, called "Otona mo Shiranai Yume no Mitsuke Kata: Joshi Kōsei to Mahō no Note", tells the story of Yuzuki Shidou, a second-year high school student who loves to dance but doesn't have any plans for her life and has no idea what to do in the future. When she encounters a bit of trouble that she couldn't find a way out of, she suddenly meets a fairy named "Buruburu-kun" who advises her on how to achieve her dreams and goals and gives her a magic notebook. Together, they find a way to make their dreams come true and the lives of others happy in the process.


The novel is popular for its self-help and improvement tips, with the stories of readers who benefitted from the lessons of the novel available on the official site of the novel. It has even started a trend of making "magic notebooks" among its fan base.



"Otona mo Shiranai Yume no Mitsuke Kata: Joshi Kōsei to Mahō no Note" is a work by Kenichi Kakutani, president of the company Wakasa Seikatsu. The company is most known for it's other products, specifically health supplements.


The upcoming anime and manga adaptation are called "High School Girl and The Magic Notebook" ("Jyoshi Kousei to Mahou no Note") and are part of a special collaboration with the city of Kyoto. According to announcements on the official website anime, the series will air in spring of 2022, with a special simultaneous stream on YouTube for the episode premiere. The animation studios behind the project are NEWVERY and Noovo. The manga is already available on the official website, with the first five chapters of the manga up for reading.


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Source: Crunchyroll, Anime News Network, Wakasa Seikatsu, High School Girl and The Magic Notebook

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