Shikimori Isn’t Just Cute Cosplay Proves Her Heroine Is More Than Cute


A great Shikimori is not just a cutie cosplay proves why its titular heroine is beyond cute in celebration of the anime’s premiere as part of the Spring 2022 anime schedule. The new wave of anime releases has officially kicked off and a ton of fans are flocking to every new romantic comedies on offer this time around. While the conversation will largely be dominated by many returning favorites for new episodes, there was one new series that quickly took off with fans as its lead heroine stood out from the rest of the pack.

Shikimori is not just a cutie adapts the original manga series of the same name by Keigo Maki and introduces fans to the titular Shikimori, a cool heroine who ends up needing to save her boyfriend from dangerous trials he always falls into due to his bad luck. Although she wants to be considered cute by him, everything she does makes her the coolest. Now, artist @seracoss has brought that mix of cute and cool to life with some awesome cosplay on Instagram! You can check it below:

Directed by Ryota Itoh in Doga Kubo with Shohei Yamanaka as assistant director, Shikimori is not just a cutie has a voice cast that includes Saori Onishi as Shikimori, Shuichiro Umeda as Izumi, Misato Matsuoka as Nekozaki, Rina Hidaka as Hachimitsu, Nobuhiko Okamoto as Inuzuka, and Ayaka Fukuhara as Kamiya. If you wanted to check Shikimori is not just a cutie yourself, you can now find the series streaming with Crunchyroll (with an English dub in the works).

They describe the series as such: “The ultimate heartthrob ‘girlfriend’ appears! The girlfriend of a naturally unlucky high school student, Izumi, is his classmate Shikimori. , and loving girlfriend, but when Izumi gets in trouble… she turns into a super cool “idol girlfriend”! The fun life of cute and cool Shikimori, Izumi and their good friends never ends! This 1000% precious romantic comedy starts now!”

What do you think? How did you like Shikimori is not just a cutiethe first episodes? Do you agree with the title of the series for now? Where does it rank among your favorite spring shows? Let us know all your thoughts on this in the comments!


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