Original Illustrator Celebrates "Kakuriyo no Yudomeshi" Anime Announcement
The TV anime adaptation of Kakuriyo no Yudomeshi (“Making a Living at an Inn in the Afterlife”) was announced just yesterday, and already Laruha, the original illustrator for the series, has published a new piece of artwork celebrating this new milestone for the “food fantasy” light novel series written by Midori Yuuma.
— Laruha (@laruha) November 6, 2017
Translation: Congratulations on becoming an anime, Kakuriyo no Yudomeshi! And thank you very much…!! I’m extremely happy to be one of the people involved in the original work. The broadcast is going to be super-fun, and I can’t wait to enjoy it…!!
In Kakuriyo no Yudomeshi, Aoi is a college student who possesses the ability to see spirits. One day she is whisked away to the underworld by a demon-god who is also the proprietor of an otherworldly inn known as the “Tenjin-ya”. The demon-god claims that Aoi must marry him in order to pay off her grandfather’s substantial debt, but instead Aoi agrees to work as a cook at the Tenjin-ya in order to earn enough to return to the land of the living.
The original Kakuriyo no Yudomeshi light novels are published in Japan by Fujimi Shobo (a division of Kadokawa). The Kakuriyo no Yudomeshi TV anime will broadcast in Japan in 2018.