Anime adaptation in the works for Ryoko Fukuyama’s manga Fukumenkei Noise

Hakusensha’s biweekly shojo manga magazine Hana to Yume has confirmed that an anime is in the pipeline for Ryoko Fukuyama’s Fukumenkei Noise. The news about the 2013 ongoing manga from Fukuyama, best known for her debut comedy series Nosatu Junkie, was featured on the front cover of the mag’s 10th issue, and while there are no more details to speak of for now, more info is set to follow soon.

Fukuyama’s third series for Hana to Yume, the 9th compiled volume of Fukumenkei Noise was released in Japan yesterday, and its story is described as follows:

Nino, a girl who likes to sing, experienced two farewells in the past. First, with her first love, Momo, and second, with Yuzu, a boy who composes music. But upon those two farewells, she made a promise with each of them: to continue singing until they find her voice again.

Time has passed, and now these three are in high school…?!

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