Sasaki and Miyano

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Sasaki and Miyano
Sasaki and Miyano volume 1 cover.jpg
Cover of Sasaki and Miyano volume 1 by Media Factory featuring Sasaki (left) and Miyano (right)
(Sasaki to Miyano)
GenreSlice of life, yaoi[a]
Written byShō Harusono
Published byMedia Factory
English publisher
ImprintMFC Gene Pixiv Series
MagazinePixiv Comic
Original runFebruary 26, 2016 – present
Volumes9 (List of volumes)
Novel series
Written byShō Harusono
Illustrated byKotoko Hachijō
Published byMedia Factory
ImprintMFC Gene Pixiv Series
Original runOctober 26, 2018March 27, 2020
Hirano and Kagiura
Written byShō Harusono
Published byMedia Factory
English publisher
Yen Press
MagazineMonthly Comic Gene
Original runMarch 15, 2019 – present
Anime television series
Directed byShinji Ishihira
Written byYoshiko Nakamura
Music byKana Shibue
StudioStudio Deen
Licensed byCrunchyroll
Original networkTokyo MX, KBS Kyoto, SUN, TV Aichi, BS NTV, AT-X
Original run January 10, 2022 March 28, 2022
Episodes12 + OVA (List of episodes)
Anime film

Sasaki and Miyano (佐々木と宮野, Sasaki to Miyano) is a Japanese manga series by Shō Harusono, serialized online via pixiv Comic website since 2016. It has been collected in nine tankōbon volumes by Media Factory. A two-volume novel adaptation by Kotoko Hachijō was published by Media Factory from October 2018 to March 2020. A spin-off manga by Harusono titled Hirano and Kagiura (平野と鍵浦, "Hirano to Kagiura") has been serialized in Media Factory's shōjo manga magazine Monthly Comic Gene since March 2019 and has been collected in two tankōbon volumes. Sasaki and Miyano follows the story of two male high school students as their friendship gradually becomes romantic.

An anime television series adaptation by Studio Deen aired from January to March 2022. An anime film, Sasaki and Miyano: Graduation, premiered in Japan in February 2023.

The manga won pixiv Comic's 10th Anniversary Special Edition Web Manga Election in May 2023.[2]


Yoshikazu Miyano (宮野由美, Miyano Yoshikazu)
Voiced by: Soma Saito[3] (Japanese); Joshua Waters[4] (English)
A short, bishōnen first-year student. Despite being attracted to girls, he is a self-identified fudanshi-- a male fan of yaoi manga-- and is watchful for tropes of the genre when they appear in his real life. He hides his hobby from most people out of embarrassment, though he happily shares it with Sasaki. In middle school he often felt self-conscious about his androgynous appearance, an insecurity he gradually grows out of after reaching high school. Sasaki affectionately addresses him as "Miya-chan" (宮ちゃん), or simply "Miya" in the anime's English dub.
Shūmei Sasaki (佐々木秀鳴, Sasaki Shūmei)
Voiced by: Yusuke Shirai[3] (Japanese); Kellen Goff[4] (English)
A tall second-year boy who befriends Miyano at the start of the story. Though he is generally friendly and open to others, his appearance and demeanor have earned him a reputation as a delinquent. He is more expressive than Miyano in his emotions and is the first to recognize his attraction towards him. He eventually becomes Miyano's boyfriend.
Taiga Hirano (平野大河, Hirano Taiga)
Voiced by: Yoshitsugu Matsuoka[3] (Japanese); Brandon McInnis[4] (English)
A classmate of Sasaki and mutual friend of both him and Miyano. Being a year older than Miyano, he shows a strong protective instinct towards him.
Jirō Ogasawara (小笠原次郎, Ogasawara Jirō)
Voiced by: Yūki Ono[3] (Japanese); Jonah Scott[5] (English)
Masato Hanzawa (半澤雅人, Hanzawa Masato)
Voiced by: Yuma Uchida[3] (Japanese); Brendan Blaber [1] (English)
Tasuku Kuresawa (暮沢丞, Kuresawa Tasuku)
Voiced by: Ryōhei Arai[3] (Japanese); Kayleigh McKee[4] (English)
Gonsaburō Tashiro (田代権三郎, Tashiro Gonsaburō)
Voiced by: Mitsuhiro Ichiki[3] (Japanese); Y. Chang[4] (English)



The series is written and illustrated by Shō Harusono. It has been serialized online via pixiv Comic website since 2016. It has been collected in nine tankōbon volumes by Media Factory. The manga is licensed in North America by Yen Press.[6] The spin-off manga Hirano and Kagiura is also licensed in North America by Yen Press.[7]

Volume list[edit]

No. Original release date Original ISBN English release date English ISBN
1 September 26, 2016[8]978-4-04-068471-0February 2, 2021[9]978-1-97-532033-1
  • Ch. 1. "Sasaki and Miyano"
  • Ch. 2. "If I See Him Again"
  • Ch. 3. "The Knot"
  • Ch. 4. "For the First Time"
  • Ch. 5. "The One I Like"
  • Ch. 6. "The Catalyst"
  • Ch. 7. "Chocolate"
  • Bonus. "A Little Something About the Cultural Festival and Them"
2 May 27, 2017[10]978-4-04-069161-9April 20, 2021[11]978-1-97-532329-5
  • Ch. 8. "Senpai Is"
  • Ch. 9. "Returning the Favor"
  • Ch. 10. "Just One More Year"
  • Ch. 11. "Total Chaos"
  • Ch. 12. "My Limit"
  • Bonus. "Back to the Main Topic"
  • Bonus. "A Little Something About Hirano and His Kouhai"
3 January 21, 2018[12]978-4-04-069529-7August 10, 2021[13]978-1-97-532382-0
  • Ch. 13. "One at a Time"
  • Ch. 14. "I Like You"
  • Ch. 15. "I Can't"
  • Ch. 16. "A Present"
  • Ch. 17. "Touching"
  • Ch. 18. "Feeling"
  • Bonus. "A Little Something About Kagi-kun"
  • Special Drama CD Story. "My Wish"
4 October 26, 2018[14]978-4-04-065186-6November 9, 2021[15]978-1-97-532384-4
  • Ch. 19. "The Committee"
  • Ch. 20. "Jealousy"
  • Ch. 21. "Change"
  • Ch. 22. "Realization"
  • Ch. 23. "Losing It"
  • Bonus. "What You Want in a Partner"
  • Bonus. "Dear Ideal Person"
  • Special Drama CD Story. "A Little Something About Halloween"
5 June 6, 2019[16]978-4-04-065779-0April 26, 2022[17]978-1-97-534190-9
  • Ch. 24. "Yearning and What Comes Next"
  • Ch. 25. "Fever and Expectation"
  • Ch. 26. "Their Last Cultural Festival"
  • Ch. 27. "Love"
  • Bonus. "If You're Tired"
  • Bonus. "The Guy I Like is Popular, and It Bothers Me"
6 March 27, 2020[18]978-4-04-064486-8August 23, 2022[19]978-1-97-534192-3
  • Ch. 28. "A Year's Difference"
  • Ch. 29. "All This Time"
  • Ch. 30. "Today"
  • Ch. 31. "Tomorrow"
  • Ch. 32. "Texts"
  • Ch. 33. "Normal Things"
  • Bonus. "One Day"
  • Bonus. "A Little Story About One Night"
7 November 27, 2020[20]978-4-04-064973-3February 21, 2023[21]978-1-97-534194-7
  • Ch. 33.5. "A Little Something About Going Home"
  • Ch. 34. "Visiting"
  • Ch. 35. "Homemade"
  • Ch. 36. "Kidding"
  • Ch. 37. "A Sister and Her Brother"
  • Ch. 38. "The Day Before"
  • Ch. 39. "Graduation"
  • Bonus. "A Little Something About Spring Break"
  • Bonus. "A Little Something About Jealousy"
8 December 27, 2021[22]978-4-04-680958-2May 23, 2023[23]978-1-97-536103-7
9 July 27, 2022[24][25]978-4-04-681141-7
978-4-04-681140-0 (limited edition)
September 19, 2023[26]978-1-97-536479-3

Spin-off manga[edit]

No. Original release date Original ISBN English release date English ISBN
1 June 27, 2019[27]978-4-04-065780-6November 22, 2022[28]978-1-97-535206-6
  • Ch. 1. "Hirano and Kagiura"
  • Ch. 2. "He Hates Losing"
  • Ch. 3. "Someone Who Makes You Feel Better"
  • Ch. 4. "Precious Things"
  • Bonus. "Where You Return"
2 July 27, 2021[29]978-4-04-680552-2March 21, 2023[30]978-1-97-536015-3
3 February 26, 2022[31]978-4-04-681142-4July 18, 2023[32]978-1-97-536017-7
4 February 27, 2023[33]978-4-04-682154-6


Hirano and Kagiura[edit]

No. Original release date Original ISBN English release date English ISBN
1 October 26, 2018[34]978-4-04-065189-7February 21, 2023[35]978-1-97-535204-2

Sasaki and Miyano[edit]

No. Original release date Original ISBN English release date English ISBN
1 March 26, 2020[36]978-4-04-064485-1April 18, 2023[37]978-1-97-535210-3
2 January 27, 2022[38]978-4-04-064971-9August 22, 2023[39]978-1-97-536445-8


An anime adaptation was announced on November 20, 2020.[40] The adaptation, later revealed to be a television series, is animated by Studio Deen and directed by Shinji Ishihira, with Yoshiko Nakamura handling series' composition, Maki Fujii designing the characters, and Kana Shibue composing the music.[3] The series aired from January 10 to March 28, 2022, on Tokyo MX and other networks.[41][42][b] The opening theme song is "Mabataki" (Blink) by Miracle Chimpanzee, while the ending theme song is "Ichigo Sunset" (Strawberry Sunset) by Yusuke Shirai and Soma Saito as their respective characters.[43] Funimation licensed the series outside of Asia,[44] which was later moved to Crunchyroll following Sony's acquisition of the company. Medialink licensed the series in Southeast Asia and South Asia;[45] and is available for fans to catch on the Ani-One Asia YouTube channel,[46] iQiyi,[47] bilibili, etc. An anime OVA episode was released with the ninth volume of the manga on July 27, 2022.[48]

The series was released on DVD and Blu-ray in Japan across 4 volumes, each volume containing 3 episodes.[49] In North America, Crunchyroll released the complete season on Blu-ray on January 3, 2023.[50]

After the final episode, it was announced that the series would be receiving a new anime project.[51] It was later revealed to be an anime film, titled Sasaki and Miyano: Graduation, with the main cast and staff returning from the anime series. It premiered in Japan on February 17, 2023, along with an anime short adaptation of the Hirano and Kagiura spin-off manga.[52][53] Crunchyroll licensed the film, and screenings will be held at Sakura-Con and Anime Central before premiering online.[54]

Episode list[edit]

No.Title [55][56]Directed by [55]Written by [55]Storyboarded by [55]Original air date [57][c]
1"First Time"
Transcription: "Hajimete." (Japanese: 初めて。)
Takehiro UenoYoshiko NakamuraShinji IshihiraJanuary 10, 2022 (2022-01-10)
Miyano, a first-year student at an all-boys high school, witnesses another student being beat up. As he is about to intercede, second-year student Sasaki steps in and breaks up the fight. A few days later, Miyano visits the classroom of his fellow disciplinary committee member Hirano, who is in the same class as Sasaki. Miyano thanks him for stopping the fight, though Hirano mistakes Sasaki's interest in him for harassment and warns him not to bother Miyano. The bullies Sasaki intercepted beat him up in retaliation. Afterwards, Miyano offers him a band-aid and Sasaki half-jokingly asks him out on a date. In the coming months, the two boys become friends and begin commuting to school together. Sasaki asks for manga recommendations and Miyano reveals his love for the yaoi genre, leading to him routinely lending him copies of his favorite manga which they privately discuss at school. Sasaki develops a crush on Miyano.
2"Someone I Like"
Transcription: "Suki na Ko." (Japanese: 好きな子。)
Shunji YoshidaYoshiko NakamuraTakehiro UenoJanuary 17, 2022 (2022-01-17)
Miyano is embarrassed when Sasaki wants to discuss yaoi manga at school and asks him not to talk about it in public. Privately, Sasaki struggles to combat his growing feelings for Miyano. Miyano's classmate Tashiro observes their close bond and asks if they are dating, which Miyano furiously denies. Kuresawa, the student who was being beat up, defends their manga arrangement despite Sasaki's delinquent persona. The interaction makes Miyano worry that Sasaki is being harassed over his hobby. On their way home from school, Sasaki notices a Valentine's Day display and suggests he and Miyano buy sweets for each other, though the latter declines. Sasaki buys him chocolates anyway.
3"Senpai Is..."
Transcription: "Senpai wa." (Japanese: 先輩は。)
Naoki MurataSayuri ŌbaToshinori WatanabeJanuary 24, 2022 (2022-01-24)
Miyano begins to wonder whether Sasaki's intentions towards him are truly platonic. He overhears an upperclassman confronting Sasaki over his interest in yaoi manga, which Sasaki does not show any embarrassment over. On White Day, Miyano gifts Sasaki some candy, causing Sasaki to become flustered and run off after accepting the gift. The school year comes to a close and Miyano meets Ogasawara, the student who questioned Sasaki about yaoi because of his girlfriend's fandom over it. Later that day, Sasuki and Miyano ride the train home together. Miyano rests his head on Sasaki's shoulder and the latter, thinking he is asleep, whispers "I like you." This startles Miyano awake.
Transcription: "Genkai." (Japanese: 限界。)
Daiei AndōYuka YamadaDaiei AndōJanuary 31, 2022 (2022-01-31)
A new school year begins as Miyano continues to contemplate the meaning of Sasaki's statement on the train and wonders if he has a crush on him. In the hallway, a passerby accidentally knocks Miyano against Sasaki, causing the latter to become visibly flustered by their closeness. At home, Miyano reasons that he cannot be attracted to Sasaki because he had a crush on a girl in middle school. Miyano overhears Ogasawara arguing with his girlfriend Emi over the phone and tries to offer some advice. Ogasawara reaches out to pat his head, but Sasaki, who is walking past, protectively grabs Miyano from behind on instinct before realizing he is only talking to Ogasawara. The incident causes Miyano to ponder whether he is in fact attracted to males as well as females, and he wonders if Sasaki is as well.
5"Bit by Bit"
Transcription: "Ikko Zutsu." (Japanese: いっこずつ。)
Takehiro UenoYoshiko NakamuraTakehiro UenoFebruary 7, 2022 (2022-02-07)
As summer approaches, the high school hosts a sports festival. While alone with Miyano, Sasaki confesses romantic feelings for him, but says he does not need to answer him immediately. However, when Miyano asks what is it he likes about him, Sasaki panics and says "Your face." Alone, Miyano wrestles with his complicated feelings for Sasaki and briefly becomes sick. At a committee meeting he falls asleep and Hirano asks Sasaki to watch over Miyano while he goes to see a teacher. When Miyano wakes up he is startled to see Sasaki. Hirano observes their tense interaction and after Miyano leaves Sasaki confides in him about his confession. Using Hirano's phone, he calls Miyano and tells him he likes more about him than just his face before hanging up. Hirano and Sasaki talk in more detail as Miyano feels relief that Sasaki likes him for more than his appearance, which he was insecure about in middle school.
Transcription: "Kimochi." (Japanese: 気持ち。)
Shunji YoshidaSayuri ŌbaShinji IshihiraFebruary 14, 2022 (2022-02-14)
After Sasaki's confession, he and Miyano continue to spend time together as friends. As midterm exams approach, Miyano considers the best way to celebrate Sasaki's upcoming birthday given their current uncertain relationship. When the day arrives he ends up giving him a lollipop Tashiro offered him. One day while walking to school together, they note that a year has passed since they first met. On the last day of exams, Sasaki and Miyano share an umbrella while walking home. Miyano takes the opportunity to ask him outright if he is gay, and Sasaki responds that he was never attracted to other men before he met him. Miyano admits that he has never considered the possibility that he likes boys and still is unsure of his feelings, also suggesting that Sasaki's feelings may change as he does. However, Sasaki says he is happy that Miyano is giving his confession serious thought and declares that his feelings for him are unconditional. They agree to remain friends until Miyano is able give him a certain answer.
7"I Don't Want to Pressure Him"
Transcription: "Komarasetaku nē no ni." (Japanese: 困らせたくねーのに。)
Mana YamauchiYuka YamadaToshinori WatanabeFebruary 21, 2022 (2022-02-21)
The high school prepares for its upcoming cultural festival. Miyano's class nominates him as their representative in the cross-dressing competition, and he reluctantly agrees one the condition that his outfit isn't too feminine with Kuresawa standing in as his backup. While at a shopping center with Sasaki, Miyano bumps into Makimota, the girl he had a crush on in middle school, and they strike up a friendly conversation, but Sasaki pulls him away out of jealousy. Miyano admits to him that she was his former crush, but says his feelings for her have long since faded. Sasaki in turn apologizes for the way he pulled him away, saying he doesn't want to be rough with someone he cares for. While working, Sasaki frets over the idea of Miyano having a crush on someone else. He also encounters Kuresawa, who explains that he is in the area to visit his girlfriend who is in the hospital. He also formally thanks Sasaki for defending him months ago and admits that he was the person who instigated the fight that day. On the ride to school later that day, Sasaki and Miyano bond as they share headphones.
8"I Realized"
Transcription: "Kizuita." (Japanese: 気づいた。)
Takehiro UenoSayuri ŌbaTakehiro UenoFebruary 28, 2022 (2022-02-28)
At school, Sasaki continues to flirt with Miyano and tease him about his own crush on him. Chairman Hanzawa helps Miyano prepare for his role in the upcoming competition by having him fitted for a traditional outfit. During the fitting, Miyano asks him what he thinks it means to have feelings for someone and Hanzawa postulates that the biggest indicator of love is to be constantly thinking of someone. Sasaki visits Miyano while he is dressed in his costume and questions whether he actually wants to participate in the competition, but Miyano is reluctant to drop out after the hard work everyone else put in. Sasaki becomes overwhelmed by emotion and comes to close to kissing him, but hugs him instead. Miyano becomes aware of his own feelings for Sasaki.
9"I Want to Take Care of You, Senpai"
Transcription: "Senpai no Koto Daiji ni Shitaitte Omotte." (Japanese: 先輩のこと大事にしたいって思って。)
Naoki MurataYuka YamadaToshinori WatanabeMarch 7, 2022 (2022-03-07)
Miyano struggles to define the nature of his attraction to Sasaki with certainty. Kuresawa takes notice of his troubles and invites him to go to the bookstore for him. Miyano later tells Sasaki he has decided to continue with the drag contest and they make plans to spend time together during the cultural festival. During class, Sasaki comes down with a cold and goes to the nurse's office to find to that she is absent. Outside he meets Miyano, who is there for a minor burn he received in his home economics class. They go inside and Miyano takes charge of caring for him, which Sasaki can't help but be captivated by. Miyano offers to walk him home and Sasaki questions why, but he's disappointed when Miyano claims to be motivated by obligation. The day of the cultural festival arrives and Miyano and Kuresawa visit Sasaki and Hirano's class, where they are hosting a delinquent-based cosplay café.
Transcription: "Koi." (Japanese: 恋。)
Shunji YoshidaSayuri ŌbaToshinori WatanabeMarch 14, 2022 (2022-03-14)
At the café, Hanzawa is telling fortunes and Miyano has a session with him. He asks for advice in feeling more confident in his desires and Hanzawa advises him to continue forward even if he is uncertain. As Sasaki watches from a distance, the drag competition is held and ends with Miyano being named runner-up. The festival ends and the two boys watch the fireworks together from the school. Miyano, abashed by Sasaki's open affection towards him and unwilling to risk hurting him, asks for more time to give him an answer. Sasaki agrees as he conceals his own anxiety and impatience. Sometime later at the mall, Miyano runs into Sasaki, who is there shopping with his older sister and Ogasawara. Ogasawara asks Miyano what he thinks of Sasaki, and Miyano sheepishly says he admires him. Sasaki intervenes before Ogasawara can push further and changes the subject. Sasaki and Miyano see a yaoi film together alongside a mostly-female audience and afterwards overhear two other moviegoers innocently speculating that they are on a date. Miyano finally accepts that he is in love with Sasaki.
11"What Do I Do About These Feelings?"
Transcription: "Kono Kanjō o Dōshitara Ii." (Japanese: この感情をどうしたらいい。)
Naoki MurataYuka YamadaRebun KoiwaiMarch 21, 2022 (2022-03-21)
Hanzawa sees Sasaki and Miyano at the movie theater and notices their mutual attraction. Miyano decides to tell Sasaki how he feels about him but struggles to work up the courage. He's persuaded to further postpone his confession after hearing a superstition that couples who get together right before Christmas will break up shortly after. During winter break, Miyano runs into Hanzawa and his older brother at the mall. Hanzawa recalls how his two older brothers came out to their mother in the presence of himself and their sister. The break ends, but Miyano is unable to find time alone with Sasaki to confess to him. Finally he is able to arrange to walk home with him after school. Sasaki asks why he always changes the arm he carries his schoolbag on when he sees him, and Miyano explains that it's a habit he developed so his bag won't knock into him when they walk together. Touched by the subtle gesture, Sasaki attempts to kiss him, but Miyano inadvertently pushes him away. Sasaki runs away in embarrassment and shame.
12"Just Beginning"
Transcription: "Ashita." (Japanese: 明日。)
Takehiro UenoYoshiko NakamuraShinji IshihiraMarch 28, 2022 (2022-03-28)
Miyano chases after Sasaki but is unable to catch up with him. Outside the school, he meets Hanzawa and Hirano and asks for their help. Hanzawa tells him how his brothers have faced social stigma and argue with their partners, but says he believes he and Sasaki would be happy together and encourages Miyano to pursue him. Miyano leaves to see him at his house while Sasaki arrives home and chastises himself for violating his boundaries with Miyano. Hirano leaves a voicemail for Sasaki falsely claiming that he's forgotten some of his things in hopes that he'll run into Miyano on the way back to school. Sure enough, Sasaki ends up meeting Miyano at the train station and they go to an empty park to talk alone. Sasaki asks forgiveness for going over the line in his advances, but to his surprise Miyano tells him he reciprocates his feelings and they kiss. Afterwards, Sasaki once more asks Miyano out which he now accepts, and they finally exchange phone numbers. In the post-credits scene, Sasaki and Miyano tell their friends at school that they are now a couple.
13 (OVA)"A Tiny Episode From Before He Realized His Feelings"
Transcription: "Koi ni Kizuku Mae no Chotto Shita Hanashi." (Japanese: 恋に気づく前のちょっとした話。)
Mizuki KobayashiYoshiko NakamuraShinji IshihiraJuly 27, 2022 (2022-07-27)
Some weeks before Sasaki and Miyano begin dating, the school disciplinary committee changes leadership. A student reports that a cow-shaped keychain given to him by his girlfriend has gone missing and Hanzawa takes it upon himself to locate it. As he and his friends search for it, Kuresawa questions Sasaki about whether he and Miyano are together. Sasaki says they are not but does not deny having feelings for him and Kuresawa promises to support them both no matter what. Miyano walks in on the conversation and Kuresawa, assuming that Sasaki has not confessed and not wanting to embarrass Miyano, lies and says Sasaki is helping him with his homework. However, Sasaki is uncomfortable with being dishonest with Miyano and later tells him the real reason they were talking. They encounter a cat carrying a key in its mouth which turns out to be the misplaced key to the student council room. The cow keychain is found inside soon after.


  1. ^ Sasaki and Miyano is advertised as a "Boys Life" (男子高生生活, Danshi kōkōsei seikatsu) series as a reference to Boys Love series rather than an actual Boys Love series, but publishing industries have acknowledged it as one.[1]
  2. ^ Tokyo MX lists the series premiere at 24:30 on January 9, 2022, which is effectively 12:30 a.m. JST on January 10.
  3. ^ Episodes are released every Monday at 12:00 a.m. JST on U-NEXT, 30 minutes before the original air time on Tokyo MX.


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