Viz has acquired the rights to Kakuriyo: Bed & Breakfast For Spirits, and will begin publishing print and digital edition in the Fall. The series by Wako Ioka, with character designs by Laruha is based on the light novels by Midori Yuma. The story concerns Aoi Tsubasa, who’s been kidnapped to the spirit word to make good on her grandfather’s debts.
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The supernatural romantic comedy will launch this Fall in print and digital editions under VIZ Media’s Shojo Beat imprint. The series is rated ‘T’ for Teens and features story and artwork by creator Wako Ioka, with character designs by Laruha. KAKURIYO: BED & BREAKFAST FOR SPIRITS is based on several light novels by author Midori Yuma and has also been adapted into an anime series. The new publishing acquisition was detailed during VIZ Media’s official panel held this past weekend during Anime Central 2018 in Chicago.
In KAKURIYO: BED & BREAKFAST FOR SPIRITS, Aoi Tsubasa inherited her grandfather’s ability to see spirits – and his massive debt to them! Now she’s been kidnapped and taken to Kakuriyo, the spirit world, to make good on his bill. Her options: marry the head of the inn her grandfather trashed or get eaten by the supernatural creatures who work there. But Aoi isn’t the type to let spirits push her around, and she’s determined to redeem her grandfather’s IOU on her own terms!