“Science Fell in Love So I Tried to Prove It” is a rom-com manga series by Alfred Yamamoto. It began serialization in 2016 online through Flex Comix’s Comic Meteor website. The chapters have been collected in 11 Tankobon volumes from 2022 onwards. It is serialized on Comic Meteor and published under the Meteor Comics label. It is serialized on Comic Meteor and published under the Meteor Comics label.
An anime adaptation of Zero-G aired in Japan from January to March 2020. There is also a four-episode live-action drama adaptation that aired from September 1 to September 22, 2018. Another live-action film adaptation premiered on February 1, 2019.
Luckily for fans of this series, the anime will be getting its second season in April this year. The story revolves around Shinya Yukimura and Ayame Himuro, researchers at Saitama University. They use data services to analyze the systems of the world. Ayame falls in love with Shinya and confesses her feelings to him. But if they do, they both agree that they should tackle the problem with scientific experiments, such as measuring their heart rate under different situations. Their enthusiastic colleagues sometimes join in too.
Short summary of season 1:
The series begins with Ayame Himuro confessing her feelings for her colleague Shinya Yukimura. Shinya isn’t sure how to respond to her, so he asks her to define love. The two set up various experiments to discover the true definition of love. Himuro shows him mathematical proof, such as the number of minutes she stared at him and her increased heart rate.
For them, love is based on a mathematical formula rather than something emotional. They set up an experiment where Yukimura does the “Kabedon” trap on Himuro and does this about 100 times. But the trap becomes less effective every time. But Shinya is still determined to prove the concept of love through scientific methods and give it a proper definition.
In the second episode, they do an experiment on Shinya instead of Himuro. They discover that Shinya’s heart rate increases when touching Himuro’s hair. However, his heart rate also goes up when his other female colleagues touch their hair as well. So it’s not out of love, but Shinya is just nervous around women. Himuro still gets mad at him and calls him a pervert. The two then cook for each other to find out if love makes the food taste better. But in the end, everyone is too embarrassed to calculate the data.
Their colleague Kotonoha wants them to go on a normal date instead of doing these science experiments. She successfully forces Yukimura to ask Himuro out on the third episode. This is how most of the season goes, they decide to do an experiment together before each episode, such as meeting other couples, finding the perfect moment to kiss, etc. But they are all interrupted in some way.
In the last episode, Himuro goes missing. Amid all the chaos, Yukimura says he will continue these experiments because he wants to prove the love between him and Himuro. He swears this to Yamamoto who wishes the best for the couple. Yukimura finds Himuro on a bridge. He criticizes her for not completing her thesis to which she has an emotional reaction and hugs him. The two share a kiss overlooking the sunset and it wasn’t even planned before. The two return to Saitama University with plans to continue their research into love.
Science Fell in Love So I Tried to Prove It Season 2 Trailer:
On October 17, 2020, a few months after the end of the first season, it was officially announced that we are getting a second season for this anime. Season 2 was announced to be given the go-ahead for production at an event for the anime. The exact release date was announced on March 7, 2022, along with the trailer for the new season.
The second season of this anime will premiere in Japan on April 1, 2022. Not only will this season be called “Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove Season 2”, but they have stylized the name to “Rikei ga Koi ni Ochita no de Shoumei Shite Mita. r=1-sinθ” (Heart in Japanese).
There was another announcement that Rena Hasegawa will be the voice actor for Haru Kagurano, one of the new characters introduced in the second season. We get to see a snippet of Kagurano’s performance in the trailer, along with plenty of romantic moments between Shinya Akimura and Ayane Himuro. We also get to hear snippets of the opening track, “Love Evidence” by Sora Amamiya, and the ending track. CHICO’s “Bibitto Love” with HoneyWorks meets Mafumafu.
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Science fell in love, so I tried to prove it Season 2 Staff and Cast Listing:
For Season 2 of Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It,” the returning staff includes almost all the people in the first season. We have Tooru Kitahat as director, Rintarou Ikeda as series composer and screenwriter, Yuusuke Isouchi as character designer and lead animation director. There’s also Yuuji Ushijima as the main animation director and Totonyan’s Hirofumi Sakagami as the art director. Aiko Matsuyama and Kousuke Tanaka return as color designer and photography director respectively. SUPA LOVE is also the producer of the background music this season. And Zero-G is the animation production studio this season as well.
Now for the cast, Yuuma Uchida and Sora Amamiya return as Shinya Yukimura and Ayame Himuro, respectively. Natsuko Hara speaks the voice of Kotonoha Kanade, Nichika Oomori speaks the voice of Ena Ibarada, Jun Fukushima speaks Kousuke Inukai, and Ryoutarou Okiayu speaks Professor Ikeda. Yui Ogura reprises the role of Arika Yamamoto and Momo Asakura plays Rikekuma. Marina Yamada as Suiu Fujiwara and Yuuki Kaji as Chris Floret are the new cast additions
Where to watch?
You can easily prove all 12 episodes of Science Fell in Love So I Tried Season 1 on Crunchyroll. Both the subtitled and English dubbed versions are available there for fans. While there have been no official announcements yet, the second season is also expected to be available on the same website. Check out the official Japanese website for the anime here. If you haven’t seen the anime yet, be sure to check it out. If you’re a fan of some good old romance and intellectuals chatting about random science facts, check it out.
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In June 2012, the original webcomic was able to surpass 7.9 millions hits. By April 2020 the manga's remake had sold more than thirty million copies.