Engaged to the Unidentified

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  • TV-14
  • 2014
  • 1 Season
  • 7.0  (296)

Engaged to the Unidentified is a Japanese 4-koma or four-panel comic-strip format that generally includes gag comics within a four panel setting of equal size from top to bottom. The comic strip manga was developed by Cherry-Arai. It began running in 2009 in Ichijinsha's Manga Palette magazine. A Japanese television series picked it up and adapted it to Dogakobo for airing. Kobeni Yonomori is the youngest of two sisters living with their mother. Kobeni is about to turn 16 and has recently found out that upon her 16th birthday, she has been betrothed by her late grandfather to a boy Hakuya Mitsumine, who is going to live with Kobeni along with his little sister Mashiro. Kobeni is a very responsible girl, cleaning, cooking and keeping the home in order, but as she begins to adjust to this new life, she is starting to learn that there is much more to Hakuya and Mashiro than the sudden arrangement. It seems that years before, Kobeni had a fall, but was saved by Hakuya. The accident left her with little memory of the incident and a small scar, but she is starting to remember bits and pieces of Kobeni and the fall.

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You Understand? I Understand
12. You Understand? I Understand
March 27, 2014
As Kobeni worries about Hakuya and Mashiro, the only clue she has being a text saying they had gone back to the mountains, Mayura encourages her to go to the mountains herself to learn the true story. Taking refuge from the snow, Kobeni is eventually found by Hakuya and Mashiro, who had only returned home to harvest some edible plants that only grow on their mountain. Kobeni comes down with another fever as a snowstorm picks up, with Hakuya heading off to look for help whilst Mashiro uses an opportunity to look for firewood. Delirious from her fever and worried about people leaving her, Kobeni heads off on her own in search for them, with Hakuya managing to save her from falling off a cliff. After Hakuya agrees to be more open with Kobeni, everyone returns home to their everyday lives.
I'm Enjoying My Handkerchief
11. I'm Enjoying My Handkerchief
April 20, 2014
Looking to make up for missing White Day, Hakuya is torn on what gift he should get for kobeni.
I'm Enjoying My Handkerchie
11. I'm Enjoying My Handkerchie
March 20, 2014
Hakuya is troubled over what gift he should get for Kobeni to make up for White Day. Meanwhile, Mashiro is almost spotted using her powers by Niko, who becomes determined to investigate the existence of a 'flying humanoid'. Later, Mashiro suggests that Kobeni and Hakuya go on a date, though Kobeni turns it into an outing with Mashiro. On the way home, Kobeni discovers Hakuya has a scar over his right eye, quickly coming to the conclusion that he got it from saving her. The next morning, after Hakuya and Mashiro receive another letter from their clan, Kobeni discovers they have disappeared, along with their belongings.
I Looked up the Term
10. I Looked up the Term "Time of Dere"
March 13, 2014
Benio seems to grow colder towards Hakuya, who seems a bit downhearted when Kobeni denies confessing. Meanwhile, Kobeni clears up the misunderstandings surrounding the engagement with Konoha, who attempts to stave off Niko's interest in Kobeni by giving her a plain article to write about. Later, Mashiro explains to Kobeni that Konoha's interest in marrying Hakuya was only because they are the same species, revealing that Kobeni is also similar to them due to having half of Hakuya's power. The next day, Kobeni decides to buy her and Hakuya matching handkerchieves, also buying some for Benio and Mashiro.
How Humiliating I'm So Embarrassed
9. How Humiliating I'm So Embarrassed
March 6, 2014
As Mashiro informs Konoha about Kobeni and Hakuya's engagement, Hakuya chases after Kobeni, assuring her that he is already engaged to her. When Niko overhears this and asks if they are dating, Hakuya denies it as he wanted to respect Kobeni's wishes about keeping the engagement a secret. Hearing about this from Niko, Konoha believes she is still in with a chance. As Kobeni asks Konoha to keep her engagement a secret, Konoha suggests that if she is against it, she should just break it off. Kobeni cries upon hearing this, and the conversation is soon interrupted by Benio. Later that night, Kobeni assures Hakuya that she isn't against their engagement, which Mashiro interprets as a love confession, encouraging Hakuya to get Kobeni something spectacular for White Day.
Only a Little Sister Can Soothe Sadness Over a Little Sister
8. Only a Little Sister Can Soothe Sadness Over a Little Sister
February 27, 2014
As Kobeni decides to keep Konoha's true identity a secret from Benio, Niko continues to investigate her, despite warnings from Hakuya. Later, Mashiro and Konoha find some time alone to confirm they are from the same species, with Konoha assuming they were trying to get close to Benio. After Mashiro and Hakuya confirm this isn't the case, Konoha tells Hakuya that, as a male of the same species, he should marry her, which Kobeni overhears.
That's One Thing, This Is Another
7. That's One Thing, This Is Another
February 20, 2014
Student Council secretary Konoha Suetsugi feels some hostility towards Kobeni and Mashiro because of their closeness to Benio. Newspaper Club member Niko ÅŒno offers to help get some dirt on them, though her overenthusiasm proves too much for Konoha to keep under control. Konoha becomes more paranoid as Kobeni keeps walking in on her private outbursts. After having a brief argument with her over Benio, Mashiro suspects that Konoha is part of the same species as they are, with Konoha coming to realise the same thing.
I Know! I'll Fill It With Sister-in-Law
6. I Know! I'll Fill It With Sister-in-Law
February 13, 2014
Kobeni's mother, Akane, who had always known the Mitsumines weren't human, tells Kobeni that she is no less thankful to them for saving her life. The next morning, Kobeni tries to learn more from Hakuya and Mashiro about their other forms, though Hakuya refuses to transform in front of her. As Kobeni turns her attention towards Valentine's Day, she ponders whether she should marry Hakuya or not. On Valentine's Day, Kobeni tries to work up the courage to give Hakuya some chocolate, but has trouble finding the chance. She finally gets the opportunity after her friend, Mayura Momouchi, comes over.
This Woman Has Given Birth?
5. This Woman Has Given Birth?
February 6, 2014
A lovely young girl in Japanese clothing arrives. Although she seems too young for it to be true, she is apparently Mashiro's mother, Shirayuki. Kobeni is nervous while Mashiro is tense. Benio is in anguish over Shirayuki's youthful appearance, but eventually decides that "she's got it." Meanwhile, a shocking truth comes from Shirayuki's lips. Kobeni is distraught, uncertain of whether what she's been told is the truth or not.
That's Just Her Being a Pervert
4. That's Just Her Being a Pervert
January 30, 2014
Benio reveals information about Kobeni's past. The sudden revelation causes a short in Kobeni's mind and the shock leaves her bedridden. Benio takes over in the kitchen, and after a progression of nightmarish meals, Mashiro comes to appreciate what she's lost in Kobeni.
I Can Feel the Love Comedy Waves
3. I Can Feel the Love Comedy Waves
January 23, 2014
In gym class, Kobeni struggles with the vault. Her classmate Mayura claims "she does have a handicap, after all." Eventually Sunday rolls around, and while Kobeni busies herself with housework, Benio offers to help.
It's Not Bad Having a Loli Sister in Law
2. It's Not Bad Having a Loli Sister in Law
February 16, 2014
Mashiro becomes terrified of the thought of alien abductions. Benio continues to torment Mashiro with her love.
It's Not Bad Having
2. It's Not Bad Having
January 16, 2014
The sudden arrival of a fiancee and a sister-in-law has Kobeni at a loss, with. Her fiancee Hakuya is one thing, but despite her sister-in-law Mashiro definitely being a little girl, she somehow ends up in the same class at school.
It's Important to Start Off On the Right Foot
1. It's Important to Start Off On the Right Foot
February 9, 2014
Kobeni has been married off at the young age of 16 to honor her grandfather's wishes. Not only is her "fiance" moving in with her family, but he's bringing his little sister along with him.
Description

Engaged to the Unidentified is a Japanese 4-koma or four-panel comic-strip format that generally includes gag comics within a four panel setting of equal size from top to bottom. The comic strip manga was developed by Cherry-Arai. It began running in 2009 in Ichijinsha's Manga Palette magazine. A Japanese television series picked it up and adapted it to Dogakobo for airing.

Kobeni Yonomori is the youngest of two sisters living with their mother. Kobeni is about to turn 16 and has recently found out that upon her 16th birthday, she has been betrothed by her late grandfather to a boy Hakuya Mitsumine, who is going to live with Kobeni along with his little sister Mashiro.

Kobeni is a very responsible girl, cleaning, cooking and keeping the home in order, but as she begins to adjust to this new life, she is starting to learn that there is much more to Hakuya and Mashiro than the sudden arrangement. It seems that years before, Kobeni had a fall, but was saved by Hakuya. The accident left her with little memory of the incident and a small scar, but she is starting to remember bits and pieces of Kobeni and the fall.

Engaged to the Unidentified is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (14 episodes). The series first aired on February 9, 2014.

Where to Watch Engaged to the Unidentified

Engaged to the Unidentified is available for streaming on the Anime Network website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Engaged to the Unidentified on demand at Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    February 9, 2014
  • IMDB Rating
    7.0  (296)