With its debut this week for broadcast, Geneon Universal has set the home video release schedule in Japan for the schoolgirl comedy series Yuyushiki. The twelve episode show is being released across six volumes starting on May 29th with new volumes following every month, two episodes per volume. The Blu-ray releases are priced at 6300 yen while the DVD releases are priced at 5250 yen. The first volume, which gets a limited edition release, comes with a first press bonus of a special CD and card with a transparent case cover. On disc extras include a commentary track and some undefined bonus video footage.
The series is currently streaming from Crunchyroll in the USA, Canada, UK, Ireland, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Netherlands, and Scandinavia.
Series concept: Yuzuko, Yui, and Yukari, three girls who just started high school in spring, are always together. After school, the three of them attend their own “Data Processing Club” with two computers and a whiteboard between them, searching for random words on Google and then discussing the results. Their day to day life is mostly uneventful, mainly only consisting of girls flirting, but for some reason it’s difficult to tear one’s eyes away from this new generation of high school girls’ communication.