I think I watched Tonikawa: Over the Moon for You out of some morbid curiosity.
On the surface, it’s an anime about a love-struck young boy who proposes to the girl who saves his life, for her to wander off and get on with her life only then to knock on his front when they’re are of marrying age and for the two to actually get married.
And, so far, that’s all the anime is – but it works!
Season two, the trailer above, kicks off in April. It’ll stream on various Japanese sites and come to Crunchyroll as it airs on TV.
The original cast and the staff are returning, which I count as a blessing, and that means Junya Enoki as the young man called Nasa and Akari Kito as Tsuakas, his bold-but-timid new wife.
IMDB contributors have offered up a more thorough look at the storyline;
Having grown up ridiculed for his bizarre name, Nasa Yuzaki strives to be remembered for something more. Fortunately, it seems he’s on the right path, ranking first in the nation’s mock exams and set to enter his high school of choice. However, everything changes in a single night when he notices a girl across the street on his way home. Enraptured by her overwhelming cuteness, it’s love at first sight for Nasa. But in his infatuated daze, he fails to notice the approaching danger speeding down the road and finds himself at death’s door. Barely alive thanks to the girl’s intervention, Nasa musters the courage to confess his love to her, fearing she might otherwise vanish from his life. She accepts his proposal on one condition: marriage, to which Nasa gladly accepts before passing out from his injuries. Upon waking, however, the girl is nowhere to be found. After recovering from his injuries, Nasa tosses his previous ambitions aside and dedicates his life to finding the girl that captured his heart, yet several years pass to no avail. But one night, when an unexpected visitor comes knocking on his door, Nasa finds himself facing a woman that would forever change his world: his wife.
Via Anime News Network.
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