Kodansha has announced that Kanae Hazuki, creator of the Sukitte Ii na yo (Say “I Love You”) series, will be launching her new manga series in the next issue of their Dessert magazine which is out on the 24th of June 2019. The new series titled, Gokigenyō, Koharu-san (Good Day, Koharu), follows Koharu, a 19 year old girl that works in a maid cafe and spends her spare time streaming from home, where she lives on her own. One day a group, uninterested in maids, arrives at her workplace and changes things for her.
Tomo Takeuchi has announced that she has returned to working on her Ballroom e Youkoso (Welcome to the Ballroom) manga series, publisher Kodansha have yet to confirm at return date for the series. Takeuchi-san is currently revising a compiled volume and is making progress with the manuscript. The manga has been on hiatus since December 2017 due to her health issues, whilst it was intended to last 2 months the hiatus was extended due to ongoing concerns.
With no paticular dreams or plans for the future, third-year middle schooler Tatara Fujita yearns to find something that he can pursue wholeheartedly. Initially often bullied and extorted for his lack of confidence, Tatara’s life changes when he is saved from delinquents by a man named Kaname Sengoku. His savior, a motorcycle-riding dance instructor, proceeds to drag Tatara to Ogasawara Dance Studio, mistakenly believing that the boy was looking at the studio’s flyer.
Tatara is then partnered with his schoolmate and skilled dancer Shizuku Hanaoka when he agrees to a trial lesson. The next day after being bullied and only to be saved yet again, he asks the studio to teach him dancing in hopes of changing his image. Now entering a bright and fast-paced new world, Tatara dedicates his time to dancing as he sweeps over the dance hall.