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Wakakozake (ワカコ酒, lit. "Wakako Sake") is a Japanese manga series by Chie Shinkyu. It has been serialized by Tokuma Shoten in the seinen manga magazine Monthly Comic Zenon since the September 2011 issue;[3] it is also available on Web Comic Zenyon.[4] The series has thirteen volumes so far; the first volume was released in May 2013,[5] and the latest upcoming release in August 2019.[6]

It was adapted into a Japanese television drama[7] by North Stars Pictures starring Rina Takeda, and an short-length anime television series by Office DCI aired from July 5, 2015, to September 20, 2015.[8][9] Season 1 of the live action adaptation was aired April 3, 2015, followed by the second season, released on January 8, 2016, and the third season, released on April 7, 2017. After a year hiatus, the fourth season aired on January 7, 2019.[10] On October 24, 2019, TV Tokyo and Monthly Comic Zenon simultaneously announced that the Season 5 of the live-action adaptation will air in January 2020.[11][12]

All adaptations, both anime and live-action of Wakakozake was broadcast on TV Tokyo and BS Japan. The anime is currently streaming on Crunchyroll, with the platform also streaming two early seasons of the live-action adaptation, both are distributed by SPO Entertainment.[13] As of 2019, it is unknown when Crunchyroll will release Season 3, 4, and 5 of the live-action Wakakozake.

The series follows the daily adventures of Wakako Murasaki, an ordinary 26-year-old salary woman. After a tiring day's work, she goes off alone to explore various local restaurants, pubs, food stalls and the like and tries out random Japanese food that she usually pairs up with an alcoholic beverage.

She is said to be a drinker girl with a taste for liquor. Whenever her drink compliments her food, Wakako shows her contentment with a sigh of "pshuu" (プシュー).[14]

Oftentimes, Wakako goes to faraway cities as well to try out cuisines or even go out with her close friends. In the first few seasons of the live action, she also stays at home or visits others to cook with her friends or try out cuisines from venues rather than actual restaurants.

"Wakako Sake" by Chie Shinkyu (新久千映), 8 volumes already published (as of January 20, 2017)

It was ranked 10th in 2014 Recommended comic selected by nationwide writing clerk (全国書店員が選んだおすすめコミック).[15]

Season 2Jan 8 – Apr 1, 2016BS JapanFriday 23:30 – 24:00TV TokyoWednesday 03:25 – 03:55

Season 3Apr 7 – Jun 23, 2017 BS JapanFriday 23:30 – 24:00

The live-adaptation of manga series Wakakozake (ワカコ酒) is produced by North Stars Pictures, TV Tokyo and RCC Broadcasting. Released from 2015 to 2019 (hiatus in 2018), the drama series consists of 12 episodes of 30-minutes each. Followed by the announcement from the volume 3 of the manga,[16] which began selling on August 24, 2014, casts was announced in October that same year.[17][18]

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