Girlfriend, Girlfriend – Crunchyroll Summer 2021 Spotlight

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Girlfriend, Girlfriend

What could be better than one girlfriend? How about two? Or that could be a ton of trouble, but maybe Naoya Mukai is up to the task! Either way, we’ll find out when the Girlfriend, Girlfriend anime premieres as part of the Crunchyroll Summer 2021 Lineup this July, and you can get the jump on it by learning more in our spotlight below.

Official Website



Launch Info

Launch Time: July 2 (Japan)

Territories: North America, Central America, South America, Europe, Africa, Oceania, the Middle East, and CIS

Show Page (coming soon!)

Official Trailers 


The protagonist, Naoya, is a first-year in high school. He asks out Saki, a girl he has been in love with, and she agrees to be his girlfriend. He’s currently on cloud nine. But then, a beautiful girl named Nagisa comes up to Naoya one day and tells him that she wants to go out with him. Naoya feels himself wavering because Nagisa is such a good girl, and he comes to a decision! A new kind of romcom from a rather unexpected decision is about to begin!

Characters and Cast

Naoya Mukai

VA: Junya Enoki (Jack in BEASTARS)

Saki Saki

VA: Ayane Sakura (Cocoa Hoto in Is the Order a Rabbit?)

Nagisa Minase

VA: Azumi Waki (Anne Shelley in My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom!)

Rika Hoshizaki

VA: Ayana Taketatsu (Azusa Nakano in K-ON!)

Shino Kiryu

VA: Rie Takahashi (Emilia in Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World-)



Original Creator



Satoshi Kuwabara (Dagashi Kashi 2)

Series Composition

Keiichiro Ochi (The Quintessential Quintuplets)

Character Designer / Chief Animation Director

Akiko Toyoda

Art Director

Masami Saito

Sound Director

Satoshi Motoyama

Color Design

Yumi Aburaya


Wataru Uchida


Miki Sakurai

Tatsuhiko Saiki

Opening Theme Performer

Necry Talkie

Ending Theme Performer

Momo Asakura

Animation Production

Tezuka Productions

Additional Info

Hiroyuki’s manga originally debuted in the pages of Weekly Shonen Magazine in Japan in March 2020, and has since been collected in six volumes so far. Kodansha publishes the manga digitally in English, and four volumes are currently available.


Joseph Luster is the Games and Web editor at Otaku USA Magazine. You can read his comics at subhumanzoids. Follow him on Twitter @Moldilox.

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