Title:Tsuki to Laika to Nosferatu
Also Called:Moon, Laika, and the Bloodsucking Princess | 月とライカと吸血姫
Released on year:2017
With a new school year comes a new set of classmates, and aspiring writer Kotarou Azumi and track team member Akane Mizuno find themselves in the same class for their final year of junior high. Despite the fact that they were initially strangers, a few chance encounters sparked an innocent desire in their hearts. As fate brings their paths to a cross, the hallmarks of young love—a yearning gaze, a fluttering heart—infiltrate their lives.
Despite the fact that love is patient and kind, Kotarou and Akane discover that it is not always easy. Heartache and anxiety go hand in hand with pursuing the feelings in their hearts, despite the comfort they find in each other's company. The road ahead is hazy, what with the uncertainty of how the other truly feels and the competing affections of those around them. Despite this, Kotarou summons the courage to ask Akane a single question under the bright light of a full moon, a question that will forever alter their quiet relationship.
Tsuki to Raika to Nosuferatu, "The Moon, Laika, and the Bloodsucking Princess"), Irina: The Vampire Cosmonaut ( is a Keisuke Makino-written and Karei-illustrated Japanese science fantasy light novel series. Shogakukan's Gagaga Bunko label has released seven volumes since December 2016. Seven Seas Entertainment's Airship light novel imprint has licensed the light novel in North America. Since March 2018, a manga adaptation with art by Sojihogu has been serialized on Kodansha's Comic Days website and collected in a single tankbon volume. Arvo Animation's adaptation of the anime television series premiered in October 2021.