My Tiny Senpai (Uchi no Kaisha no Chiisai Senpai no Hanashi, or Story of a Small Senior in My Company) is a rom-com series that features a company senior who is a bit on the short side doting on her junior. She’s cute, she’s adorable, and her height strictly contrasts with her cup size, as indicated by the manga covers that the trailer shows at the end.
The series is set to air sometime in July 2023. Until then, we can enjoy the cutely adorable trailer with at least one suggestive scene.
Project No.9 is adapting My Tiny Senpai to the anime format. Besides the trailer, they have set up a promotional home page, and an official Twitter page, for fans and potential viewers to check out for more information. Bonuses, such as the Key Visual below, can be found there.
My Tiny Senpai features a cute and funny love story between Shiori Katase, the titular senpai (voiced by Hina Tachibana), and Takuma Shinozaki, Shiori’s junior (played by Yuki Shin). Shiori is kind and beautiful, is gifted with a well-rounded figure, and knows how to praise her underlings. Takuma quickly falls for her and hopes her praise for him goes beyond her duty as his senpai.
Considering the series opens with Takuma being sick and Shiori going to his apartment to care for him, his dream may likely come true. Her line of “going to see a movie with a friend” excuse for being in the neighborhood falls apart as he points out that the movie theater is in the opposite direction from the office and far away.
My Tiny Senpai Origins
My Tiny Senpai began as a manga series written and illustrated by Saiso. Takeshobo began publishing the series on April 3rd, 2020, and it has five volumes for fans to pick up and read.
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