Fly Me to the Moon Vol 1: Volume 1

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Fly Me to the Moon Vol 1: Volume 1

Fly Me to the Moon Vol 1: Volume 1

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Tsukasa and Nasa go on a date to the theme park on a rainy day after Ginga gives them a pair of tickets as their wedding present. Chitose then lashes out at Nasa about him not really knowing who Tsukasa is and claiming she is the only person who can make her dream come true. There, they eat takoyaki, meet Aya and Chitose at the goldfish scooping game, and pray at the shrine. After regaining consciousness, Nasa chased after Tsukasa, wanting to go out with her as gratitude for saving his life, and Tsukasa agreed only if they got married when they were old enough to do so. However, the girl saves him, and Nasa miraculously follows her at a bus stop and proceeds to confess his love for her.

The next day, Nasa's cousin Ginga Onimaru drops by the bathhouse with a stray cat and does not knowing what to do with it. Tsukasa has brought her belongings in a backpack, terrifying Nasa, who is nervous to have a girl sleep in his apartment. In the morning, Tsukasa asks Nasa who is cuter between her and Toast, and they attempt to kiss before Kaname interrupts them.But before he was set to take the entrance exam, he was hit by a truck when he crossed the street trying to speak to a girl named Tsukasa Tsukuyomi. With the release of its second volume on August 17, 2018, a teaser video was released for Fly Me to the Moon featuring Japanese musical group Earphones.

Kaname Arisugawa ( 有栖川 要, Arisugawa Kaname) Voiced by: Yu Serizawa [7] (Japanese); Kayli Mills [8] (English) Nasa's junior and the primary caretaker of the Arisagawa public bathhouse, she is the most explicit supporter of Nasa's relationship to the point where she educates both Nasa and Tsukasa in ways of advancing their relationship as well as attempting to forcefully create situations with the same goal of relationship advancement in mind. The series was produced by Seven Arcs and directed by Hiroshi Ikehata, with Kazuho Hyodo writing the scripts, Masakatsu Sasaki designing the characters, and Endō composing the music. credits (Japanese); Zach Aguilar [6] (English) An everyday genius, Nasa grew up ridiculed for his strange name, similar to the American space agency NASA, although his parents meant for his name to reference the starry sky. Nasa becomes heartbroken when he cannot find her again, until his 18th birthday, where Tsukasa suddenly shows up at his doorstep.This story is one of the best I've ever read, it's not as cliché as many romcom stories, I recommend the story and the anime that opens in October. She's eventually pressured into wearing a school uniform and doing shojo manga tropes and eventually leads to making out when she wears it a second time.

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