Kajeki Shoujo Episode 10 is expected to come out on September 5, 2021. kajeki shoujo is available on Funimation, ANIPLUS, and Wakanim. Kageki Shojo!!
About Kajeki Shoujo (Opera Girl)
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Kageki Shoujo!! is a Japanese manga series by Kumiko Saiki. It was serialized as Kageki Shoujo in Shueisha’s seinen manga magazine Jump Kai from 2012 to 2014 and was collected in two tankōbon volumes.
It was later re-released as Kageki Shojo!! Season Zero in a single tankōbon volume by Hakusensha in March 2019. A sequel manga by Saiki has been serialized in Hakusensha’s shōjo manga magazine Melody since 2015.
It has been collected in ten tankōbon volumes. The re-release and the sequel are licensed in North America by Seven Seas Entertainment. An anime television series adaptation by Pine Jam premiered on July 4, 2021.
Ever since she was a little girl, Sarasa has wanted to play the role of Oscar as part of the Kouka Acting Troupe, an all-female acting troupe similar to the Takarazuka Revue. But before she can do that, she has to attend two years at the Kouka School of Musical and Theatrical Arts.
As Sarasa practices singing, dancing, and acting, she grows closer to the other girls in her year, including her roommate, the stoic former J-idol, Ai. Though Sarasa is great at making friends, her outspoken nature and grand ambitions earn her lots of enemies as well.
Kajeki Shoujo Episode 10 Release Date
The fans of Kajeki Shoujo are amazed by this series that after the premiere of the previous Episode, they are eager to know when the next episode, which is the Kageki Shoujo Episode 10 Release Date. Well, Kageki Shoujo Episode 10 Release Date is expected to be on September 5, 2021.
Where To Watch?
We don’t recommend watching “Kageki Shoujo” on fake platforms or websites, you can watch “Kageki Shoujo” on Funimation, Crunchyroll, ANIPLUS, and Wakanim. Melody shojo magazine publishes Kageki Shoujo! Since 2015. It is divided into ten tank volumes.
The original series, Kageki Shoujo, has been remade!! Hakusensha released Season Zero as a single volume on Tankôbon in March 2019. Seven Seas Entertainment has licensed the transferred version and sequel in North America.
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