Manga based on Fujimaru’s novel about mental illness part-time to launch in July 2020
The September issue of Futabasha is the Monthly Action magazine that published the final chapter of Idumi Kirihara’s manga as Jikyu Sanbyakuen no Shinigami (A Psychopomp for 300 Yen an Hour) on Monday. Futabasha will publish the manga’s third and final volume on October 12.
Manga adaptation of Fujimaru’s novel of the same name. The story revolves around Shinji Sakura and his classmate Yuki Hanamori, who he discovers is working part-time as a psychologist, someone who helps departed souls detach from their bonds. and the business is not successful in this world. At first, Shinji finds it hard to believe, but Yuki invites him to join him for a job, being Shinji’s old childhood friend and first love.
Kirihara launched the manga in Monthly Action in July 2020. Futabasha published the manga’s second compiled book volume on May 12. Futabasha published Fujimaru’s original novel in December 2017.
Seven Seas Entertainment licensed Kirihara’s manga adaptation Yoru Sumino’s I Want to Eat Your Pancreas, along with the original novel itself, and did the same for the I Had That Same Dream Again novel.