At a Saturday showing of the anime film Eiga Yurukyan (Laid-Back Camp Movie), the actors revealed that a third season of television animation will be based on Afro’s original Yurucamp (Yurukyan, Laid-Back Camp) manga. To commemorate the good news, Afro created an illustration:
A “slow outdoor manga” that follows two young ladies is called Yurucamp (Yurukyan, Laid-Back Camp). When Mt. Fuji is in view, Rin enjoys going camping by herself by the lakes. Nadeshiko enjoys solo bike excursions to locations where she can see Mt. Fuji. After they meet, Rin and Nadeshiko go camping, have a cup of ramen, and take in the surroundings.
In 2015, Afro published the manga in Houbunsha’s Comic Time Kirara Forward magazine. In 2019, Afro transferred the manga to Houbunsha’s Comic Fuz website. The 14th collected volume of the manga will be released by Houbunsha on November 10. The manga’s English translation was started by Yen Press in March 2018, and the 12th collected volume was published on September 27. Up until February 3 in Japan, the manga is on break.
The 12-episode series from Crunchyroll, which was based on the manga, debuted as an anime in January 2018.
An English dub of the first season was also aired on Crunchyroll. In January 2021, the anime’s second season debuted.
On July 1, a manga-based anime movie debuted.
The first episode of a live-action television series based on the original manga aired in January 2019.
This year will see the release of the first smartphone game for iOS and Android devices, which was inspired by a number of video games.