As is often the case, Crunchyroll makes some of the announcements just before or as the show goes live and that’s the case with the anime adaptation of the manga property Tachibanakan Triangle, which is being localized as Love to Lie Angle. The show has gone live with new episodes set to debut every Tuesday at 1:00 pm ET for their members. Availability is strong as it’s open to viewers worldwide outside of Asia.
The series is being directed by Hisayoshi Hirasawa with WORDS in STEREO handling the scripts. Yutsuko Hanai is on board with the character designs while Creators in the Pack and Studio Lings are handling the animation production.
The Japanese cast for it includes Minami Tsuda as Hanabi Natsuno, Amisa Sakuragi as Konomi Fujiwara, Arisa Nakada as Iori Takamura, Rei Matsuzaki as Yoriko Fujiwara, Mikako Komatsu as Yū Tsukishiro, and Eri Kitamura as Sonoa Mitsui.
The manga is serialized in Comic Yuri Hime and began in 2014 with five volumes out as of this month. Digital Manga Publishing brought out the series this year as Love to Lie Angle.
Plot Concept: Natsuno Hanabi is returning to her home in the countryside for the first time in six years to attend high school. She was expecting to live in the luxurious designer-condo-style dormitory Tachibana Manor… but due to an error, she ends up in the run-down apartment building Tachibana House. On her very first day there, she encounters a mysterious naked girl, witnesses an older girl in an embarrassing moment, and even ends up face-to-face with an embarrassing view of her close friend from childhood. And… she doesn’t see any of this as “lucky” at all, okay?!