Today at the “Hello!! Kiniro Mosaic & Yuyushiki Joint Class Reunion” event at AnimeJapan 2016, new episode specials have been announced for both the second season of Kiniro Mosaic, titled “Hello!! Kiniro Mosaic” and Yuyushiki. For Hello!! Kiniro Mosaic the animes website messages from the creator of the series Yui Hara and the returning staff for the anime series as well, such as director Tensho, character designer Kazuyuki Ueda and Studio Gokumi producer Tetsuya Tomioka. Later in the article the images will be showcased along with the image which was also released regarding the special episode announcement for Yuyushiki. Information for each of the series will also be stated later as well for those unfamiliar with either. Below are the images released along with the special episode announcement for both series:
The series Kiniro Mosaic began as a manga which first started April 19th 2010 and has since then been ongoing, its first season began July 6th 2013 and ended September 21st 2013 with 12 total episodes airing. Its sequel which has gotten the new special aired April 6th 2015 and finished June 22nd 2015 with 12 episodes releasing, specials for the series would also release for it. Following this is the story for the series quoted from MAL:
The story follows the school life of the three girls, Yuzuko, Yukari, and Yui, who join their high school’s Data Processing Club. The odd friendship between the three make for wacky humor in even the most mundane of events.
For Yuyushiki it began January 9th 2008 and is still continuing its publication. The series would later get an anime that started April 10th 2013 and ended January 26th 2013 with 12 episodes airing, other specials would also release for it. Finally is its plot summary which is quoted from MAL:
The story begins with Oomiya Shinobu, a 15-year-old, seemingly pure Japanese girl who actually did a homestay in Great Britain. Even after coming back to Japan, she still misses her time overseas. One day, an airmail letter arrives from Alice, the girl in Shinobu’s host family in Great Britain. The letter reads: Shinobu, I’m coming to Japan! The Japanese/British girls’ mixed comedy follows the lives of Shinobu, Alice, and other girls from both Japan and Great Britain.