January 9, 2022 in Japan is ten years since the premiere of an anime adaptation of the manga written and produced by Yasunobu Yamauchi, Danshi Koukousei aon Nichijou (High School Boys daily life). The series premiered on January 9, 2012 at 26:00 (which is why some sites list the anniversary as January 10, even though this is wrong for Japan), which is sometimes odd just so as not to confuse the Japanese about the day they have to wait up to watch it.
Yamauchi published the original manga through the service Gang online from the publisher square enix between May 2009 and September 2012, compiling the work into a total of seven volumes. The play inspired a live action film directed by Daiig matsui and produced by Display Gateway, released in October 2013 in theaters in Japan.
However, the most popular franchise is its twelve episodes, a six – special anime adaptation, produced by the studios. Sunrise led and scripts written by Takamatsu Shinji, released during the Winter-2012 season (January-March). Both the manga endings and the anime adaptation are completely different.
Danshi Koukousei no Nichijou Summary
In the corridors of the North Sanada Institute for boys only, there are three close friends: the eccentric leader with the overactive imagination of Hidenori, the passionate Yoshitake, and the rational and attentive Tadakuni. Their lives are filled with giant robots, true love, and at least an intense drama… in their colorful imagination. They are really just three ordinary people trying to pass the time, but who said that everyday life could not be interesting? Whether it's a complex RPG recreation or an unexpected romantic rendezvous on the riverfront at sunset, Danshi Koukousei or Nichijou is full of weird but funny scenarios that only happen at times.