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“Ueno-san wa Bukiyō” Anime Gets New Teaser Visual

Content Warning: Sexual content involving a minor.

So, yeah… this is still upskirts of a child. I am tapping out.

Earlier today, the Ueno-san wa Bukiyō (How Clumsy You Are, Miss Ueno) anime’s official Twitter account updated with a new teaser visual. The image, which was posted to commemorate Tights Day, features Miss Ueno, who is staring at the camera, blushing and lifting her skirt… she’s wearing a pair of black tights.

Ueno-san wa wa Bukiyo Visual

The series will air in January 2019. Tokyo MX, BS11, and JCom TV will carry the title as it airs.

Tomohiro Yamanashi (Yurumates3Dei) will direct the series and tackle series composition at studio Lesprit, with Ayano Owada providing character designs. Yasuhiro Misawa (Gabriel DropOut, Hinamatsuri) will score the soundtrack.

Ueno-san wa wa Bukiyo Key VisualOther confirmed crew members include:

  • Animation Director: Ayano Owada
  • Art Director: Katsuki Sarutani
  • Color Design: Haruko Nobori
  • Sound Director: Nobuyuki Abe
  • Production Cooperation: Gathering

The confirmed voice cast includes:

  • Ueno-san: Yuu Serizawa
  • Tanaka: Aimi Tanaka
  • Yamashita: Akari Kageyama

tugeneko’s Ueno-san wa Bukiyō launched in the pages of Young Animal in 2015. The series currently spans four compiled volumes, with the latest hitting stores on May 29. Hakusensha describes the series as:

Ueno-san is a genius inventor, who’s bullish in nature. However, she’s quite bearish in matters of the heart. ♪ It’s a clumsy heroine gag comedy that you have to check out!

Source: Ota-suke

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