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Everyone knows Takagi-san is a master of teasing. So what would you do if you found out she had a message for you?


Theatergoers will have that opportunity starting this week, as the Teasing Master Takagi-san anime film prepares to launch its second round of exclusive gifts. This time, you’ll get one of three postcards featuring Takagi-san on vacation on the front, and a message to you from the character on the back:


Teasing Master Takagi-san anime film postcards


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The postcards will be given out at random starting this Friday, June 17, at participating theaters across Japan.


The Teasing Master Takagi-san film debuted this past Friday in Japan, right on the heels of this spring’s third season. In the new film, we follow young protagonists Takashi and Nishikata during their summer vacation as they try to help a stray kitten.



Teasing Master Takagi-san film poster


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The first season of the KARAKAI JOZU NO TAKAGI-SAN anime adaptation premiered in 2018 and was simulcast on Crunchyroll, with Funimation streaming the anime with an English dub. The anime was followed by an OVA in the same year. The second season of the anime was acquired and streamed by Netflix in 2019. The manga is published in English by Yen Press under the title Teasing Master Takagi-san. Crunchyroll describes the series thus:


“I swear I’m going to tease and embarrass Takagi-san today!” Nishikata, a middle-schooler, keeps getting teased by the girl who sits next to him in class, Takagi-san. He tries every day to get back at her, but will he ever succeed? Takagi-san and Nishikata’s youthful teasing battle starts now!


© 2022 Soichiro Yamamoto / Shogakukan / Teasing Master Takagi-san Movie Production Committee


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