Asato Mizu’s Aharon-san was Hakarenai (, “Aharen-san Is Indecipherable”) a Japanese manga series written and drawn by him. It first appeared in Shueisha’s Shonen Jump+ program in January 2017 and has since been collected into thirteen tank volumes. Felix Film’s anime television series adaption began on the Animeism programming block in April 2022. Making friends is difficult for Radio, who is in his first year of high school. Radio tries to chat to his classmate next to him one day in class and believes she is ignoring him, but later finds she was ostracised by her prior classmates for being clingy, uncomfortable, and shy. Asato Mizu produced the manga Aharen-san wa Hakarenai (meaning “Aharen is incomprehensible”). It follows the friendship of two high school students. Reina Aharen is one of them, a petite, quiet girl who underestimates how close she has to be to others. Mitsubishi Raidou, on the other hand, seeks to get closer to her.
Radio vows to assist his classmate Reina in breaking out of her shell and befriending her for whatever it takes, therefore breaking out of his own somewhat weird shell.
On July 31, 2021, an anime television series adaptation was announced. The series is directed by Tomoe Makino and produced by Felix Film, with Yasutaka Yamamoto acting as chief director, Takao Yoshioka handling the screenplays, Yoko Yahiro designing the characters, and Satoru Ksaki and MONACA creating the music. It debuted on MBS, TBS, and BS-TBS on April 2, 2022, as part of the Animism programming block. The opening theme music is TrySail’s “Hanarenai Kyori” (, “Inseparable Distance”), while the closing theme song is HaKoniwalily’s “Kyorikan” (, “A Sense of Distance”).
Crunchyroll announced on April 11, 2022, that the series will receive an English dub, which would launch on April 15.
Tomoe Makino is the director (Kitsutsuki Tanteidokoro)
Takao Yoshioka composed the series (Horimiya)
The character design was developed by Yuuko Yahiro (Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Renai Zunousen)
MONACA, Satoru Kousaki (Beastars) (Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Comedy Wa Machigatteiru.)
Felix’s studio bilibili in film production
Reina Aharen, a petite and adorable student with a soft voice, struggles to judge distance and personal space. She’s inches away from your face at times, then miles away! Raid, who sits opposite her in class, is the only one who attempts to comprehend her pranks. He has a scary appearance, yet he is a sweet young guy with a lively imagination.
Aharen-san wa Hakarenai follows the unusual couple as their strange friendship blossoms after Raid picks up Aharen’s eraser for her. She misinterprets his gesture and assumes they are closest friends, demonstrating how the simplest of things may turn out to be the most difficult of obstacles.
Opening Theme: TrySail’s “Hanarenai Kyori” (Inseparable Distance)
Ending Theme: Inori Minase’s “AHAREN HEART” (ep 3)
HaKoniwalily’s “Kyori-Kan” (A Sense of Distance)
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