Kodoani.com – The December issue of Shueisha’s Cocohana magazine revealed on Friday that Fumi Yoshinaga will launch a new manga titled Tamaki to Amane (Tamaki and Amane) in the January 2023 issue of the magazine, which will ship on November 28. The manga about “different shapes of love” will be a series.
Yoshinaga launched the Ōoku: The Inner Chambers manga in Hakusensha’s Melody magazine in 2004 and ended it in December 2020. Hakusensha published the manga’s 19th and final volume in February 2021. The manga won. James Tiptree Award, Jr. 2009 and won the Tezuka Osamu Culture Award in 2009. Its other honors include the 1st Anan Manga Award, the 56th Shogakukan Manga Award in the shoujo division, and the Sense Special Award. of Gender Prize, and most recently, Grand Prize at the 42nd Nihon SF Taishō Awards in February.
The series inspired a film in 2010, a live-action television series titled Ōoku: Arikoto ・Iemitsu Hen in October 2012, and a second live-action film titled Ōoku: Eien – Emonnosuke ・ Tsunayoshi Hen in December of the same year. In August, NHK announced that they are producing a new live-action series adaptation of the manga that will premiere in January 2023.
Yoshinaga publishes What Did You Eat Yesterday? (Kinō Nani Tabeta?) in Morning magazine in 2007, and Kodansha released the 20th compiled book volume on October 21.
The series was nominated for the first Manga Taisho Award (Animation Grand Prize) in 2008, and received a jury nomination in the 10th Japan Media Arts Festival Awards Ceremony. 13 in 2009. The series was also ranked in the “Book of the Year” list from the Da Vinci Factory manga and book news magazine in 2014 and 2016. The manga was nominated for the category. Joint Manga in the 43rd Annual Kodansha Manga Awards in 2019.
The manga received a live-action adaptation, which premiered in April 2019 and aired for 12 episodes. It won the My Best TV Award at the 57th annual Galaxy Awards in March 2020.
The manga also passes the tag to a live-action film, which opens in Japan in November 2021.