This article is about the series. For other uses, see YuruYuri (disambiguation).
The series began serialization in Ichijinsha's Comic Yuri Hime S magazine from June 12, 2008, before being moved over to Comic Yuri Hime in September 2010. An anime adaptation by Doga Kobo aired in Japan between July and September 2011, with a second season (YuruYuri♪♪) aired between July and September 2012. An original video animation by TYO Animations was released on February 18, 2015, followed by two TV specials which aired in August and September 2015. A third season (YuruYuri San☆Hai!) by TYO Animations aired between October and December 2015. Another OVA (YuruYuri、) by Lay-duce, announced to celebrate the manga's tenth anniversary, was released on November 13, 2019.
- Main article: YuruYuri (manga)
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- Main article: YuruYuri♪♪
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- Main article: YuruYuri San☆Hai!
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Appearances in other media
Characters and songs from YuruYuri appeared alongside other anime characters in the rhythm game, Miracle Girls Festival, which was developed by Sega for the PlayStation Vita, and was released on December 17, 2015. YuruYuri also had a collaboration with Release the Spyce: Secret Fragrance, a mobile game based on the anime series Release the Spyce that Namori had a hand in creating.
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