The Japanese lottery KUJIBIKIDO, a division of Kadokawa, announced a collaboration with the animated franchise of Mieruko-chan, at the opening of a product giveaway that will begin on December 9 in Japan. Participation tickets will be priced at 770 yen (about US $ 7) and the press release writes:
«The products will be original items with freshly drawn illustrations of the main character, Miko. There are a lot of products that make you see or not see the monster, like the tapestry that makes the monster pop out when you turn it, the transparent folder that hides the monster when you put paper in it, etc. Also, during this period, if you follow and retweet the official KUJIBIKIDO account, 10 people will be chosen by lottery to receive a set of metal plates! Do not miss this opportunity».
The series has been on air since last October 3 in Japan and is confirmed with a total of twelve episodes, while the platform Funimation will take care of its distribution in the West. Izumi began publishing the manga through the magazine ComicWalker from the publisher Kadokawa in November 2018. The publisher published the fifth compilation volume on March 22, followed by the sixth on October 22 in Japan.
Synopsis of Mieruko-chan
Miko Yotsuya’s eyes water as she fixes on a single spot on her phone, ignoring another hideous and horrible monster that’s in her face, uttering the haunting words: “Can you see me?” Until now, Miko enjoyed her unpretentious high school days, in which late-night horror shows served only as a form of entertainment. But since one fateful day, she is the only person aware of the invisible monsters that roam freely among humans.
Bravely, Miko makes a bold decision: never, under any conditions, will she acknowledge the presence of the hideous specters.
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However, even though she pretends they don’t exist, she can see how they annoy the people around her, especially her best friend, the energetic and charming Hana Yurikawa. To protect them from the annoyances of monsters, Miko does her best to continue her school life and avoid all troublesome crises, even when they scare her to tears.
Source: Press release
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