Wed. Sep 27th, 2023

The editorial takarajimasha revealed the results of the listing “Kono Light Novel ga Sugoi! 2023 (This Light Novel is Amazing!)”, which compiles the most popular light novels among Japanese readers. The light novels written by Shougo Kinugasa and illustrated by shunsaku tomose, Classroom of the Elite (Youkoso Jitsuryoku Shijou Shugi no Kyoushitsu e), they got four decorations within the list. The most important, of course, is that they rose to the first position in the ranking of bunkobon books (small books).
Additionally, the franchise also got the first position in the popularity poll conducted on the official site from the publisher, while Kiyotaka Ayanokōji got the first position in the ranking of the best male charactersY Shunsaku Tomose got the first position in the ranking of the best illustrators of the year.

For his part, Shougo Kinugasa Y shunsaku tomose began publishing the light novels through the publishing label MF Bunko J from the publisher Media Factory in May 2015. The publisher published a total of fourteen volumes (including the intermediate ones: 4.5, 7.5 and 11.5) for the “First Year Arc“, and the “Second Year Arc” is currently in publication. Regarding the anime adaptation, the first season of twelve episodes was produced by the studios lerche and premiered in Summer-2017 (July-September)followed by a thirteen-episode second season premiering on Summer-2022 (July-September). Additionally, a third season is in production and will premiere in 2023.

Synopsis for Youkoso Jitsuryoku Shijou Shugi no Kyoushitsu e (Classroom of the Elite)

Funded by the government to educate the new generations, Metropolitan High School for Advanced Education brings together Japan’s brightest youth on a single campus. In this seemingly perfect institution, the reserved Kiyotaka Ayanokouji arrives as an incoming member of class 1-D, where he befriends one of his classmates, the antisocial Suzune Horikita. At first, his classmates revel in the academy’s leisurely lifestyle, taking advantage of all its state-of-the-art facilities. Very soon, however, the facade of the Metropolitan High School for Advanced Education gives way to its true nature: only the classes with the best grades can fully utilize the school’s offerings, and class D is the furthest from that status. Class D, which is at the bottom of the hierarchy, houses all the “worst” students in the school. Following this rude awakening, Ayanokōji, Horikita, and the rest of Class D must overcome their differences and face off against other classes in order to ascend to the coveted position of Class A by any means. Font: Mantan Web

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