Futabasha began streaming a promotional video for Yū Satomi’s manga adaptation of Moto’o Nakanishi’s Kijin Gentōshō novel series on Thursday.
The novels’ story starts in Japan’s Edo period, and center on Jinta, a bodyguard to a priestess in a remote mountain village.
The end of the video reveals that the novels are inspiring an anime adaptation.
Nakanishi released the first novel in the series, titled “Suihō no Hibi” (Days of Nothing), in June 2019 with art by Tamaki.
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