Title:Midori no Hibi
Also Called:Midori Days | My Days With Midori | 美鳥の日々
Released on year:2019
Rifle-shooting sports are competitive activities that use a rifle to test accuracy and precision. Because firearms are illegal in Japan, the majority of the participants are members of the defense force. When light-beamed rifles replaced real bullets as ammunition, rifle-shooting competitions became more accessible to the younger population, giving way to school competitions.
Hikari Kokura, a first-year high school student who enjoys marksmanship, has recently transferred to Chidori High School. She tries to join the club of her choice, only to discover that it no longer exists due to the sport's low popularity. Disgusted, she attempts to resurrect the club and recruits three new members: her childhood friend Izumi Shibusawa, half-Russian Erika Meinohama, and the stoic Yukio Igarashi.
This is the start of the Chidori Rifle-Shooting Club, which has only one goal in mind: to compete on a national level!
Kazurou Inoue's manga Midori Days (Japanese:, Hepburn: Midori no Hibi) is a Japanese manga series. From September 2002 to July 2004, Shogakukan published it in the magazine Weekly Shnen Sunday, with the chapters collected in eight tankbon volumes. Viz Media has licensed it in English in North America. The series follows Seiji Sawamura, who one day discovers that his right hand has been replaced by a young woman named Midori Kasugano, and his efforts to restore her to her original body. Pierrot produced a 13-episode anime television series based on the series. It aired on the anime television network Animax in Japan from April to June 2004, and the series was also broadcast on Animax's networks around the world, including Southeast Asia, East Asia, South Asia, and other regions. Media Blasters was the North American distributor.