Tying The Knot With An Amagami Sister TV Anime’s Promo Video Reveals The Main Cast

On Thursday, the official website for the television anime adaptation of Marcey Naito’s manga Tying the Knot With an Amagami Sister (Amagami-san Chi no Enmusubi) announced the anime’s primary cast in a teaser promotional video.

Tying The Knot With An Amagami Sister TV Anime's Promo Video Reveals The Main Cast

Tying The Knot With An Amagami Sister

Marcey Naito wrote and drew the Japanese manga series Tying the Knot with an Amagami Sister (甘神さんちの縁結び, Amagami-san Chi no Enmusubi, lit. Matchmaking of the Amagami Household).

The story was first published as a one-shot in Kodansha’s Weekly Shōnen Magazine in December 2020, then serialized in the same magazine in April 2021. The drive is producing an anime television series adaptation, which will be broadcast in 2024.


The story follows Uryū Kamihate, a high school student seeking to pass the admission examinations for Kyoto University’s medical school. After spending much of his youth in an orphanage following his mother’s death, he moves to Amagami Shrine, where the head priest urges him to marry one of his three granddaughters.

Uryū and the Amagami sisters face several challenges, including the shrine’s potential closure owing to financial issues. The flashforwards suggest that Uryū will eventually marry one of the sisters.


An anime television series adaptation was announced during a webcast commemorating the manga’s second anniversary and Naito’s birthday on April 21, 2023. It will be produced by Drive and directed by Yujiro Abe, with Hiroshi Watanabe as assistant director, Yasuko Aoki authoring the screenplays, Haruko Iizuka designing the characters, and Ryo Kawasaki and Tomoyuki Kono composing the soundtrack. The series is scheduled to premiere in 2024.


Marcey Naito, a former assistant to Negi Haruba on The Quintessential Quintuplets, wrote and drew Tying the Knot with an Amagami Sister. On December 2, 2020, it was published as a one-shot in Kodansha’s shōnen manga magazine Weekly Shōnen Magazine, as part of a competition alongside three other one-shots. Readers voted on which would be serialized.

It won the most votes from readers and will be serialized in the same magazine beginning April 21, 2021. On April 8, 2021, Weekly Shōnen Magazine’s official YouTube channel shared a spoken comic video to promote the manga.

Kodansha organized its chapters into tankōbon volumes. The first volume was released on July 16, 2021, and commercials featuring Ai Kayano, Sora Amamiya, and Ayane Sakura were released to commemorate it. As of December 15, 2023, thirteen volumes had been issued.

Kodansha USA has licensed the series in English for digital distribution. During their panel at Anime NYC 2022, Kodansha USA revealed a Fall 2023 print release date.

TV Anime’s Promo Video Reveals The Main Cast

The anime will include (in the sequence they are introduced in the above video):

  • Sumire Uesaka is Yae Amagami.
  • Kaede Hondo portrays Yuna Amagami.
  • Shion Wakayama as Asahi Amagami.

Tying The Knot With An Amagami Sister TV Anime's Promo Video Reveals The Main Cast

In addition, Ryōta Suzuki will portray Uryu Kamihate.

The Anime Will Debut This Year.

Yujiro Abe (KonoSuba) – God bless this glorious planet! 3, Konosuba: An Explosion on This Wonderful World!) is directing the anime at Drive, with Hiroshi Watanabe serving as an associate director. Yasuko Aoki (The Demon Prince of Momochi House, Phantom of the Idol) is in charge of the series writing, while Haruko Iizuka (Horimiya, Little Busters!, Tamayura) designs the characters.

The manga is licensed by Kodansha USA Publishing, which summarises the tale as follows:

Uryu Kamihate has had a difficult start in life, but he hopes to forget it all by pursuing his ambition of attending medical school. However, when he arrives at his new foster home, a functioning shrine, his hope of a calm study environment is dashed. Not only will he live with the three gorgeous, active Amagami sisters, but he will also learn that he must marry one of them to take over the temple!

Naito debuted the manga Weekly Shōnen Magazine in April 2021, which is continuing. Kodansha’s K MANGA service will also release the manga in English digitally.

Sources: Tying the Knot With an Amagami Sister anime website, Comic Natalie.

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