Dengeki Bunko Publishes Light Novel With Tongue-Twistingly Long Title
In April of 2017, light novel publishers Dengeki Bunko will begin distributing a new light novel series written by Kuruma Uwami and illustrated by Karei, and this series has a title that’s a whopping 68 characters long!
Above: Kirawaremono Hajimemashita, a previous series written by Tarou Kuma, with illustrations by Karei.
So far, there’s no official artwork to accompany the new light novel series, but its title and synopsis have been released. The new series is entitled:
縫い上げ！ 脱がして？ 着せかえる!! 彼女が高校デビューに失敗して引きこもりと化したので、俺が青春（ファッション）をコーディネートすることに。
Nuiage! Nugashite? Kise kaeru! ! Kanojo ga kōkō debut ni shippai shite hikikomori to kashita no de, ore ga seishun (fashion) o coordinate suru koto ni.
Which translates as: “Sew it up! Take it off? Change your clothes!! Because my girlfriend failed at her high school debut and became a shut-in, I decided to become a youth-fashion coordinator.”
Above: Unmei ni Aisarete Gomennasai., a previous series written by Kuruma Uwami, with illustrations by Kai Tomohiro.
The story of the series revolves around Tomonaga Ono, an ordinary high school boy who considers helping girls put their outfits together his reason for living. When he’s reunited with Hibiki Rindou, a beautiful childhood friend who failed her high school debut due to her ordinary clothing and then became a shut-in, Ono decides to turn Rindou’s life around through fashion. However, Ono can’t seem to get past step 1 of the plan: “Take off your clothes!”
The 1st volume of Nuiage! Nugashite? Kise kaeru! ! Kanojo ga kōkō debut ni shippai shite hikikomori to kashita no de, ore ga seishun (fashion) o coordinate suru koto ni. will be released in Japan on April 10, 2017. The price is still to-be-determined.
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