Alya Sometimes Hides Her Feelings in Russian Anime Postponed to July 2024

Alya Sometimes Hides Her Feelings In Russian Anime Postponed To July 2024 Alya Sometimes Hides Her Feelings In Russian Visual 2

Initially scheduled to premiere in April 2024, the official website for the anime series adaptation of the novel Alya Sometimes Hides Her Feelings in Russian (Tokidoki Bosotto Russia-go by Dereru Tonari no Alya-san) by Sunsunsun It is Momoco announced that the premiere has been postponed to July 2024 (Summer anime season).

The postponement of the premiere was justified by the “need to make this work even more enjoyable for everyone”.

The animation is from the studio Doga Kobo (Oshi no Ko, New Game!, Ikebukuro West Gate Park), the direction and script are by Ryota Itoh (My Senpai Is Annoying, Shikimori’s Not Just a Cutie) and the character design is by Yūhei Murota (Love Live! School idol project).

We also found:

  • Art Direction: Risa Wakabayashi
  • Main color artist: Yuka Itō
  • Cinematography Composition Direction: Seiichi Sugiura
  • Editing: Yoshiko Kimura (MADBOX)
  • Sound direction: Takeshi Takadera
  • Music: Hiroaki Tsutsumi

In the cast we have:

Alya Sometimes Hides Her Feelings In Russian Anime Visual

The 7th volume of the novel Alya Sometimes Hides Her Feelings in Russian (Tokidoki Bosotto Russia-go by Dereru Tonari no Alya-san) was released on September 1st and a manga adaptation by Saho Tenamachi (Shōsetsu no Kami-sama; Itsuka, Nemuri ni Tsuku Hi) began publication in October 2022.

Synopsis for Alya Sometimes Hides Her Feelings in Russian

Alisa Mikhailovna Kujou is the “lonely princess” of Seiren Private Academy. She is a half-Russian beauty with gray hair, top of her class, the student council’s accountant and… completely unapproachable. For some reason, she also took it upon herself to scold the slacker who sits next to her in class. Masachika Kuze is constantly frustrating her by falling asleep, forgetting her textbooks and just being a less-than-exemplary student. Or at least that’s how it looks from the outside.

She may pretend to be tough, but she doesn’t care about Masachika as much as others think. She even allows him to call her by her nickname, Alya. Anyone who hears the comments she mutters in Russian under her breath can know how she really feels, but since none of her colleagues understand the language, she is free to say whatever she wants! Except… there’s one person who knows what she’s saying. Masachika listens to her embarrassing revelations, pretending to be clueless, and wondering what her flirtatious comments really mean!

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