Fly Me to the Moon (manga)

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Fly Me to the Moon
Tonikaku cawaii cover.jpg
Cover of the first tankōbon volume, featuring Tsukasa Tsukuyomi
(Tonikaku Kawaii)
Written byKenjiro Hata
Published byShogakukan
English publisher
ImprintShōnen Sunday Comics
MagazineWeekly Shōnen Sunday
Original runFebruary 14, 2018 – present
Volumes21 (List of volumes)
Anime television series
Directed byHiroshi Ikehata
Written byKazuho Hyodo
Music byEndō
StudioSeven Arcs
Licensed byCrunchyroll
Original networkTokyo MX, ytv, BS-NTV
English network
Original run October 3, 2020 – present
Episodes12 + 2 OVA (List of episodes)

Fly Me to the Moon (Japanese: トニカクカワイイ, Hepburn: Tonikaku Kawaii, lit. "Adorable Anyways" or "Cute, No Matter What"), also known outside Japan as Tonikawa: Over the Moon for You, is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Kenjiro Hata. It has been serialized in Shogakukan's Weekly Shōnen Sunday since February 2018. The story surrounds around the teenage genius Nasa Yuzaki and his developing relationship with his new wife, Tsukasa, who saves him from a traffic accident during the beginning of the story. In North America, the manga is licensed by Viz Media. An anime television series adaptation by Seven Arcs aired from October to December 2020 on Tokyo MX and other channels. A second season is set to premiere in 2023.


On a snowy winter night, Nasa Yuzaki, a boy who was made fun of during his childhood because of his peculiar name, encounters a beautiful girl after he received his practice exam grades for high school. When he tries to approach her, he gets hit by a truck due to his lack of attention. However, the girl saves him, and Nasa miraculously follows her at a bus stop and proceeds to confess his love for her. The girl, Tsukasa Tsukuyomi, agrees to become his girlfriend, but only if they are married first. Nasa quickly agrees to her demand and then passes out, waking up in a hospital. Nasa becomes heartbroken when he cannot find her again, until his 18th birthday, where Tsukasa suddenly shows up at his doorstep. Tsukasa goes inside with a marriage form, starting their relationship and their marriage.


Nasa Yuzaki (由崎 星空, Yuzaki Nasa[a])
Voiced by: Junya Enoki,[5] Umeka Shōji (child)Ep. 1 credits (Japanese); Zach Aguilar[6] (English)
An everyday genius, Nasa grew up ridiculed for his strange name, similar to the American space agency NASA, although his parents meant for his name to reference the starry sky. He has a meeting with fate when he was caught in a terrible accident but was saved by Tsukasa. Declaring his love for her, on the day they met, Tsukasa agrees on the condition that he marries her to which Nasa immediately responded with an unshakable "yes". Two years later, Nasa reunites with Tsukasa carrying a marriage form which they turn in to the bureau, legalizing their relationship. Since marrying her, he becomes incredibly awkward around her, somewhat clingy to an extent because he is worried she would disappear on him again, but does his best to make her happy.
Tsukasa Yuzaki, née Tsukuyomi (由崎 司/月読 司, Yuzaki Tsukasa/Tsukuyomi Tsukasa)
Voiced by: Akari Kitō[5] (Japanese); Lauren Landa[6] (English)
After saving Nasa, she agrees to his confession only if he will marry her. Disappearing for two years, she returns to Nasa's side with the paperwork necessary to legalize their relationship. During the early chapters, she makes a point of the legal name change she underwent upon becoming Nasa's spouse, initially teasing him with her now being named Tsukasa Yuzaki. After she marries Nasa, she begins showing new parts of herself, such as her massive love for movies and manga. She also does not like the idea of spending a lot of money for necessities. Later on, her thoughts while observing Nasa makes it clear she loves him for being such a pure hearted, kind soul. When Tsukasa got to meet Nasa's parents, his father privately thanked her for saving his life as both gave their blessings to their newlywed life. Throughout the story, layers upon layers of mystery are laid upon her and there have been many comparisons of her similarities to Princess Kaguya. The mystery is finally resolved with the revelation that she is the daughter of a character from that story, given immortal life through the elixir of immortality which her father was ordered to burn.
Kaname Arisugawa (有栖川 要, Arisugawa Kaname)
Voiced by: Yu Serizawa[7] (Japanese); Kayli Mills[8] (English)
Nasa's junior and the primary caretaker of the Arisagawa public bathhouse, she is the most explicit supporter of Nasa's relationship to the point where she educates both Nasa and Tsukasa in ways of advancing their relationship as well as attempting to forcefully create situations with the same goal of relationship advancement in mind.
Aya Arisugawa (有栖川 綾, Arisugawa Aya)
Voiced by: Sumire Uesaka[7] (Japanese); Erika Harlacher[9] (English)
Nasa's classmate and a complete airhead, she has explicit feelings for Nasa. However, she understands the circumstances, fully supporting his relationship with Tsukasa.
Chitose Kaginoji (鍵ノ寺 千歳, Kaginoji Chitose)
Voiced by: Konomi Kohara[7] (Japanese); Lizzie Freeman[10] (English)
An adopted relative of Tsukasa, whom she regards as her sister. She jealously disapproves of the marriage and orders her maids Aurora and Charlotte to discredit Nasa. Until learning of the marriage, she regarded Nasa much more kindly. Her actual relation to Tsukasa is not yet clear, though both share a grand aunt, Tokiko.
Charlotte (シャーロット, Shārotto)
Voiced by: Hitomi Ōwada[11] (Japanese); Natalie Hoover[12] (English)
One of Chitose's maids.
Aurora (アウロラ)
Voiced by: Yuki Nagaku[13] (Japanese); Michelle Rojas[14] (English)
One of Chitose's maids.



Fly Me to the Moon is written and illustrated by Kenjiro Hata, the author of the manga series Hayate the Combat Butler. He had previously announced his desire to create a new series in November 2016.[15] Fly Me to the Moon started its serialization in the 2018 12th issue of Shogakukan's Weekly Shōnen Sunday, with a two-chapter debut on February 14, 2018.[16][17] Shogakukan has collected its chapters into individual tankōbon volumes, with the first one published on May 18, 2018.[18] With the release of its second volume on August 17, 2018, a teaser video was released for Fly Me to the Moon featuring Japanese musical group Earphones.[19] As of September 15, 2022, twenty-one volumes have been published.[20]

In February 2020, Viz Media announced that they licensed the manga for an English release.[21] The first volume was published on September 8, 2020.[22] As of 13 September 2022, thirteen volumes have been released.[23]

A fanbook, titled Tonikaku Kawaii Kekkon Kingenshū (トニカクカワイイ公式ファンブック 結婚金言集), was released on December 18, 2020.[24]

Volume list[edit]

No. Original release date Original ISBN English release date English ISBN
1 May 18, 2018[18]978-4-09-128263-7September 8, 2020[22]978-1-9747-1749-1
2 August 17, 2018[25]978-4-09-128384-9November 10, 2020[26]978-1-9747-1750-7
3 October 18, 2018[27]978-4-09-128557-7January 12, 2021[28]978-1-9747-1751-4
4 January 18, 2019[29]978-4-09-128778-6March 9, 2021[30]978-1-9747-1752-1
5 March 18, 2019[31]978-4-09-129087-8May 11, 2021[32]978-1-9747-1923-5
6 June 18, 2019[33]978-4-09-129164-6July 13, 2021[34]978-1-9747-1924-2
7 August 16, 2019[35]978-4-09-129315-2September 14, 2021[36]978-1-9747-1925-9
8 October 18, 2019[37]978-4-09-129433-3November 9, 2021[38]978-1-9747-2354-6
9 January 17, 2020[39]978-4-09-129544-6January 11, 2022[40]978-1-9747-2355-3
10 March 18, 2020[41]978-4-09-129565-1March 8, 2022[42]978-1-9747-2356-0
11 May 18, 2020[43]978-4-09-850070-3May 10, 2022[44]978-1-9747-2357-7
12 August 18, 2020[45]978-4-09-850171-7August 9, 2022[46]978-1-9747-2358-4
13 October 16, 2020[47]978-4-09-850269-1September 13, 2022[23]978-1-9747-2800-8
14 December 18, 2020[48]978-4-09-850284-4November 8, 2022[49]978-1-9747-2801-5
15 April 16, 2021[50]978-4-09-850396-4January 10, 2023[51]978-1-9747-2802-2
16 June 17, 2021[52]978-4-09-850591-3March 14, 2023[53]978-1-9747-2903-6
17 August 18, 2021[54]978-4-09-850641-5
18 November 18, 2021[55]978-4-09-850734-4
19 February 18, 2022[56]978-4-09-850871-6
20 June 17, 2022[57]978-4-09-851156-3
21 September 15, 2022[20]978-4-09-851263-8


An anime television series adaptation was announced on March 4, 2020.[58] The series was produced by Seven Arcs and directed by Hiroshi Ikehata, with Kazuho Hyodo writing the scripts, Masakatsu Sasaki designing the characters, and Endō composing the music.[59][5] It ran for 12 episodes from October 3 to December 19, 2020 on Tokyo MX, ytv and BS-NTV.[60][61][b] Akari Kitō performed the opening theme "Koi no Uta (feat. Tsukasa Yuzaki)" (恋のうた(feat. 由崎司), "Love Song (feat. Tsukasa Yuzaki)"), while KanoeRana performed the ending theme "Tsuki to Hoshizora" (月と星空, "Moon and Starry Sky").[7][62]

Crunchyroll streamed the series in selective territories as part of its Crunchyroll Originals label.[63] In Southeast Asia, Plus Media Networks Asia has licensed the series and they aired it on Aniplus Asia.[64] On November 11, 2020, Crunchyroll announced that the series would receive an English dub, which premiered on November 20.[6]

On December 19, 2020, it was announced that the series would receive an original video animation (OVA), which was released on August 18, 2021.[65][66] On November 6, 2021, it was announced that the series would have a new episode and a second season, with the staff and cast returning to reprise their respective roles.[67] The new episode, titled "Seifuku", was originally scheduled to be streamed on Crunchyroll in Q3 2022,[68] but was delayed to November 22, 2022.[69] The second season is set to premiere in 2023.[70]

Episode list[edit]

No.Title [71][c]Directed byWritten byOriginal air date [72][b]
Transcription: "Kekkon" (Japanese: 結婚)
Akira ManoKazuho HyōdōOctober 3, 2020 (2020-10-03)
On a snowy winter night, Nasa Yuzaki is lying on the street bleeding. During the time he believes he is going to die, he recalls his life, remembering how he was ridiculed for his unusual name and how he devoted his life to studying, wanting to attend an elite school. But before he was set to take the entrance exam, he was hit by a truck when he crossed the street trying to speak to a girl named Tsukasa Tsukuyomi. However, Nasa survived due to her intervention. After regaining consciousness, Nasa chased after Tsukasa, wanting to go out with her as gratitude for saving his life, and Tsukasa agreed only if they got married when they were old enough to do so. After getting discharged from the hospital, he took the entrance exam the following year, but decided to work instead of attend high school, hoping to come across Tsukasa. Shortly after turning 18, Tsukasa shows up at his apartment to fill out the marriage registration and submit it to the bureau to make the marriage official.
2"The First Night"
Transcription: "Shoya" (Japanese: 初夜)
Toshikatsu TokoroKazuho HyōdōOctober 10, 2020 (2020-10-10)
Tsukasa has brought her belongings in a backpack, terrifying Nasa, who is nervous to have a girl sleep in his apartment. Nasa tries to figure out where Tsukasa will sleep, since he has one bed that is only big enough for one person. The two go shopping for a bed and return with a futon for Tsukasa to sleep on. During the night, Tsukasa, who is a reckless sleeper, moves constantly, and gets up to drink some water. Still asleep, she inadvertently pulls Nasa's comforter off his bed when she returns, leaving Nasa in the cold for the rest of the night. After waking up the next morning, Tsukasa prepares breakfast while telling Nasa to not be formal with her.
Transcription: "Shimai" (Japanese: 姉妹)
Yasuhiko SeyamaKazuho HyōdōOctober 17, 2020 (2020-10-17)
With the apartment lacking a bathtub, Tsukasa and Nasa head out to a bathhouse after having breakfast. Nasa introduces Tsukasa to Kaname Arisugawa, Nasa's former underclassman who runs the bathhouse along with her older sister Aya. After Kaname enters the men’s side, she asks Nasa about his relationship and expresses her disapproval, while demanding him to make Tsukasa happy. Over on the women's side, Tsukasa meets Aya, who attempts to provide good customer service, by scrubbing Tsukasa’s back. After bathing, Tsukasa gets to know more about Aya as she was Tsukasa's classmate in middle school. After the two pass a chapel with an ongoing wedding, Nasa rushes off to take care of an errand while asking Tsukasa to return home. On the way back home, a girl from inside a limousine watches Tsukasa, calling her sister.
Transcription: "Yakusoku" (Japanese: 約束)
Shunji YoshidaYū SatōOctober 24, 2020 (2020-10-24)
Tsukasa returns to the apartment, and shortly after arriving, her foster sister Chitose Kaginoji knocks on the door after tailing her. Chitose is informed that Tsukasa is married, much to her disbelief. Nasa returns home and is greeted by Chitose, who kidnaps him and takes him to her family's mansion after finding out that he is Tsukasa's husband. She comes up with a scheme to break up the marriage by having her maids Charlotte and Aurora use tabloid journalism against him. While Chitose argues with the maids, Nasa slips out and tries to hide, but is found by Charlotte. While trying to get Nasa to submit, Charlotte accidentally breaks the nitrogen casing that preserves Tsukasa's precious moon rock, and Nasa uses his knowledge to fix it temporarily. Chitose then lashes out at Nasa about him not really knowing who Tsukasa is and claiming that she is the only person who can make her dream come true. Aurora creates a scandalous photo, but Tsukasa arrives to confiscate it. Tsukasa and Nasa escape the mansion through a secret passage, finding themselves in a church. They then share their first kiss.
Transcription: "Yubiwa" (Japanese: 指輪)
Yūsuke OnodaGō ZappaOctober 31, 2020 (2020-10-31)
Nasa and Tsukasa visit an electronics store to shop for a TV. Later at the bathhouse, Nasa tells Kaname about his verbal commitment to Tsukasa, which she tells him that it is important for him to buy an engagement ring. After leaving the bathhouse, the two stop by at a nearby park and kiss while Charlotte and Aurora secretly observe them. That night, Nasa learns the difference between engagement and wedding rings. Afterwards, Nasa insists that he has to buy a diamond ring. The next day, the two go shopping in Omotesando, and Nasa is shocked at the price tag for a Honey Winston diamond ring, but is talked into buying one until Tsukasa drags him out of the store. Tsukasa tells Nasa that she does not want him to spend his savings on a ring. Instead, the two stop by at a jeweler in Okachimachi with affordable diamond rings but the price is still too much to get Nasa to understand. Eventually, they end up buying a pair of cheap diamond rings and Tsukasa expresses her appreciation on their way home.
Transcription: "Hōkoku" (Japanese: 報告)
Shigeru FukaseKazuho HyōdōNovember 7, 2020 (2020-11-07)
One night, Tsukasa rolls into Nasa's bed after drinking some water. This prompts Nasa to think about moving into a bigger apartment the next morning, despite Tsukasa being fine with their current living arrangements. That night, Nasa makes a pitch about the benefits of moving to Tsukasa, but realizes that he needs his parents to be his guarantor. Having not informed them about the marriage, Nasa calls his parents to inform them that she married the girl he had talked to them about. The next day, Nasa chats with his mother, who asks them to come visit them in Nara. Tsukasa decides that she wants to turn this trip into their honeymoon with a stop in Kyoto. Tsukasa buys a camera, and that night the two set out on their trip on a bus with Chitose and her maids tailing them.
Transcription: "Ryokō" (Japanese: 旅行)
Daiei AndōYū SatōNovember 14, 2020 (2020-11-14)
The bus makes a stop at a service area with Chitose and her maids looking for a way to break up Tsukasa's relationship with Nasa. At the service area, Tsukasa tries the lime udon that she heard about through a TV show, but finds it disappointing. Cameramen from a TV station enter the service area, prompting Tsukasa and Nasa to quickly return to the bus, not wanting their relationship to go public. The next morning, the bus arrives in Kyoto. Chitose manages to separate the two by having her maids take Tsukasa to the manga museum she had been wanting to visit, leaving Nasa to go on a date with Chitose as a test to determine if he is worthy of being Tsukasa's husband. While Nasa admits that he does not know about Tsukasa as Chitose does, he manages to convince her by talking about the accident and various mathematical principles. Chitose and her maids return to Tokyo, though Nasa is not convinced that Chitose has given up on sabotaging their relationship.
Transcription: "Oyako" (Japanese: 親子)
Akira ManoYū SatōNovember 21, 2020 (2020-11-21)
Tsukasa and Nasa arrive in Nara to visit Nasa's mother Kanoka and father Enishi, as Nasa explains that he was raised in Tokyo and his parents moved to Nara for his father's archaeological excavation. As Nasa takes a bath, Tsukasa talks with Enishi in private. The next morning, Tsukasa is brought into Enishi's office, which is filled with books, and she expresses her interest in history. After breakfast, Tsukasa and Nasa go sightseeing in Nara, and one of the stops is the site of the former Heijō Palace. During their conversation the previous night, Enishi had thanked Tsukasa for saving Nasa’s life, and entrusted her to look after him. Tsukasa and Nasa leave Nara that night and arrive in Tokyo the next morning, only to find their apartment burned down.
9"Daily Life"
Transcription: "Nichijō" (Japanese: 日常)
Toshikatsu TokoroKazuho HyōdōNovember 28, 2020 (2020-11-28)
Unaffected by the incident, Nasa explains to Tsukasa that all his important papers and belongings are secure in a bank, while his important information is stored in the cloud. They then decide to head to the bathhouse. When Nasa explains the situation to Kaname, she suggests that he and Tsukasa stay at the bathhouse until they find a new place. Later that day, Kaname wonders how Aya is going to react given that she has a crush on Nasa. It is revealed that Aya is still oblivious about Nasa's marriage until her mother brings it up. Several days later, Nasa and Tsukasa head to the laundromat. They then head to Harajuku to buy Tsukasa some new clothes.
10"The Way Home"
Transcription: "Ieji" (Japanese: 家路)
Akira KatōKazuho HyōdōDecember 5, 2020 (2020-12-05)
Tsukasa and Nasa settle into their temporary home, and during dinner, Nasa complements Tsukasa's cooking. The next day, Nasa's landlord offers him a unit in the new apartment complex under construction on the site where his old apartment burned down for the same rate. Tsukasa and Nasa check out the model for the new apartment, located in a luxury high-rise hotel, and are impressed by its amenities. However, they were sent to the wrong one after all. After visiting the luxury hotel apartment, Tsukasa lets Nasa know that her home is wherever he is. Sometime later, Tsukasa decides to help out with chores at the bathhouse, and Kaname thanks Tsukasa for saving Nasa. That night, Tsukasa and Nasa go grocery shopping, and on the way back they take a detour to Otogi Park to have a romantic moment together.
Transcription: "Yūjin" (Japanese: 友人)
Shunji YoshidaYū SatōDecember 12, 2020 (2020-12-12)
Chitose and her maids find out that Nasa and Tsukasa's apartment burned down. When Chitose asks Tsukasa where she is living now, Tsukasa lies in order to get away from her. When Tsukasa arrives at the bathhouse, she notices several video game consoles and Nasa staring at a takoyaki plate. Once he learns what it is, Nasa decides to throw a takoyaki party. Just then, Chitose arrives with her maids, and attempts to bribe Tsukasa by promising to buy a few consoles, which Aya overhears. Aya then wonders if Tsukasa can really cook. After she enjoys Tsukasa's cooking, everyone plays Street Fighter V: Champion Edition. Tsukasa, Aya, and Chitose later agree to have a tournament where Nasa has to do anything the winner asks. After Aya wins it, Tsukasa decides to play the original Street Fighter against her, which Tsukasa easily wins. As such, they form a bond. Once the party is over, Tsukasa kisses Nasa, revealing that was what she planned to do if she won the tournament.
12"Husband and Wife"
Transcription: "Fūfu" (Japanese: 夫婦)
Shigeru FukaseKazuho HyōdōDecember 19, 2020 (2020-12-19)
Nasa overexerts himself doing work and catches a cold. Despite insisting that he is fine, Tsukasa tells him to rest. Nasa, concerned with infecting Tsukasa, feels guilty for her having to worry over him. She assures him that it is fine, and cares for him over the night. Nasa wakes up the next morning feeling better, much to Tsukasa's relief, who reveals she was actually worried for him. Sometime later, Tsukasa and Nasa put on yukatas and attend the summer festival. There, they eat takoyaki, meet Aya and Chitose at the goldfish scooping game, and pray at the shrine. The night concludes with Tsukasa and Nasa watching the fireworks show with Kaname, Aya, Chitose, and her maids.
Transcription: "Kaisō" (Japanese: 回想)
N/AN/ADecember 26, 2020 (2020-12-26)
A recap episode summarizing the series.
Masatoyo TakadaKazuho HyōdōAugust 18, 2021 (2021-08-18)
Tsukasa is excited when she receives a new smartphone. Once Nasa sets it up for her, she begins using it to exchange contact information with Nasa, Kaname, and Aya. Later that day, Tsukasa becomes lonely while Nasa is working at his old job. When he finally comes home early in the morning, they embrace each other in his futon. While Tsukasa is working in the bathhouse, she and Nasa are embarrassed when they recall what happened. Elsewhere, Chitose hangs out with her maids. Back at the bathhouse, Tsukasa and Nasa once again embrace each other in his futon.
Transcription: "Seifuku" (Japanese: 制服)
Hiroshi IkehataKazuho HyōdōNovember 22, 2022 (2022-11-22)


The manga had over 250,000 copies in circulation as of October 2018,[73] over 400,000 copies in circulation as of February 2019,[74] and over 1 million copies in circulation as of October 2019.[75] As of June 2022, the manga had over 4 million copies in circulation.[57]

In 2019, Fly Me to the Moon was one of the winners of the 5th Next Manga Award in the Print category.[76]


  1. ^ His given name 星空 (Nasa), is normally read as hoshizora ("starry sky").
  2. ^ a b Tokyo MX listed the series premiere at 25:05 on October 2, 2020, which is October 3 at 1:05 a.m.
  3. ^ All English episode titles taken from Crunchyroll.


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