Crunchyroll’s latest update to its anime lineup sees the addition of two new series, with Ganbare Doukichan and Tawawa on Monday now available on the streaming platform.

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Ganbare Doukichan is a net anime adaptation of Yomu’s doujinshi manga and is available now on Crunchyroll. The series is directed by Kazuomi Koga, with Yoshiko Nakamura overseeing the scripts for the anime. Yuki Morikawa serves as a designer for the characters, with Ryousuke Naya serving as sound director. The series is published on Yomu’s Twitter account and focuses on two work colleagues who get put into the same hotel room during a business trip.

Tawawa on Monday will see its second season hit the service today too, with the anime adaptation of Kisei Himura’s Getsuyōbi no Tawawa illustrations now all available on Crunchyroll. Initially starting as a collection of illustrations with mostly no dialogue, Tawawa on Monday began in February 2015 and has continued ever since. The first original net anime adaptation for the series premiered in October 2016, with its second season starting just earlier this month.

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Both series are available to stream now on Crunchyroll across North America, Central America, South America, Europe, Africa, Oceania, the Middle East, and CIS.

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