Yuzuki-san Chi no Yon-Kyōdai Will Be Animated This Fall!

Since it began serialization in August 2018, Yuzuki-san Chi no Yon Kyōdai has become a favorite among readers of shōjo manga. The four Yuzuki brothers are the protagonists of Shizuki Fujisawa’s written and illustrated novel.

This series has been featured in Betsucomi, a popular shjo manga magazine by Shogakukan. This sweet tale of sibling love and family bonding is a must-read for genre fans.

Finally, the manga series is getting the attention it deserves with an anime adaptation. You read that correctly. On Friday, a website went live to confirm that the adaptation of Shizuki Fujisawa’s Yuzuki-san Chi no Yon Kyōdai (Youth Story of a Family, or The Four Yuzuki Brothers) manga into an anime series for television is officially in the works. This fall, Shuka Studio will provide the animation for the project.

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The primary cast was unveiled at the same time. The anime is being directed by Shuka’s Mitsuru Hongo, and Orie Tanaka is responsible for character design.

I can’t wait to watch the anime adaptation of this story. The Yuzuki brothers and their everyday antics will be even more interesting to watch in film. This adaptation will appeal to both longtime followers of the manga and those who have never read a single chapter.

Yuzuki-san Chi no Yon Kyōdai

The Four Brothers of the Yuzuki Household (Yuzuki-san Chi no Yon Kyōdai) is a Shizuki Fujisawa manga series.

The manga follows the four brothers as they deal with the stresses of home, school, and the outside world. The parents of the four brothers that make up the Yuzuki household passed away two years ago. The eldest son, Hayato, is a dedicated worker and the rock of the household. The second son, Mikoto, is cool and collected, but he can’t help but show affection for and be amused by his younger sibling, Minato. The third son, Minato, is a clumsy awkward guy who is full of life and loves his brothers.

Gakuto, the fourth son, is an exceptionally bright and responsible first-grader who is often referred to as a “wise man”.