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‘YuruYuri’ Characters Are Being Used To Encourage Social Distancing in Japan

The girls from YuruYuri want you to stay safe!

(Featured Image: Ichijinsha’s Twitter Account)

As the world continues to work together to battle COVID-19, efforts to promote proper actions such as wearing a mask or social distancing has taken some unique forms. Well, anime fans have spotted a billboard using two characters from the anime/manga series YuruYuri to promote social distancing.

YuruYuri follows a group of girls who form an ‘Amusement Club’ for their school. Wacky hijinks and energetic adventures are what these girls experience. It is based on a manga by Namori and serialized by Ichijinsha.

The billboard was posted by Ichijunsha, as revealed by their Twitter account, to encourage social distancing. A unique way to promote important measures.

YuruYuri is streaming now on Crunchyroll.

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