Drug Store in Another World Episode 8 is scheduled for release on August 25, 2021. The anime series is available on Crunchyroll and VRV.
Here in this article, we are going to discuss. Everything you need to know about Drug Store in Another World. We know you have been waiting for the next episode for a long time. So finally it’s here.
About Drug Store in Another world.
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Witten by Kennoji, Drugstore in Another World: The Slow Life of a Cheat Pharmacist is a Japanese light novel. The serialization began in the year 2016 and ended last. The novel was serialized in the user-generated novel publishing website Shosetsuka ni Naro. The series was acquired by Linda publishers who initially published 2 volumes with illustrations done by Shoji Nigo.
Drug Store in Another World was published between February until June 2017. The anime adaption for the series was done by EMT Squared. Anime series streaming began on July 2021. It is based on both manga and light novels.
Characters of the anime include Reiji Kirio voiced by Jun, Noella Voiced by Risae, Mina voiced by Akane Kumada, Elaine voiced by Satsumi Matsuda, Annabel voiced by Mariko Higashiuchi, and Gro Ejiru Fumiko Uchimura.
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The plot of the Drug Store in Another World.
The story is based on the life of frustrated Reiji. Who one day realizes that he is sent into another world. In that world, he learns and adapts the skills of making medicines. But still, he is disappointed for not having combat skills.
One of the positions he made got popular overnight. With all the money that he collected, he comes up with a medicine shop. With his skills, he is enjoying his life making a proper leaving. It is very difficult for fans to wait for the next episode and finally their wait will get over.
In the last episode titled ‘Demon King Advent’ Reiji gets some powers in the other world. Which he is using to make his life better. The upcoming episode titled ‘Monsieur’ is scheduled for release on 25th August 2021. The episode will be available on Crunchyroll and VRV.
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