Manga: Engaged To The Unidentified
aka: Mikakunin De Shinkoukei
Benio, Kobeni, and Mashiro.
Kobeni has just turned 16 years old, and gets more than she bargained for on her birthday when she’s introduced to her new fiancé—and his younger sister. Now all of a sudden she now has to deal with having Hakuya and his sister Mashiro living together with them. Apparently Kobeni and Hakuya met as kids, though Kobeni can’t seem to remember anything because she suffered an accident shortly after. Their engagement was mandated by her grandfather, though Kobeni is unsure how to feel about all this. For now, it seems she’s just going to go with the flow until things smooth over.Engaged to the Unidentified
(a.k.a Mikakunin de Shinkōkei (未確認で進行形)) is a 4koma by Cherry-Ai, and serialized in Ichijinsha's Manga 4-Koma Palette
magazine. An adaptation aired during the Winter 2014 Anime
Two OVAs were produced for the series: the first one, included in the first Blu-Ray volume as an extra, tells of the Yonomori and Mitsumine siblings' (with Mayura tagging along) trip to the UMA village for some rest and relaxation at some hot springs after Hakuya wins the grand prize at a shopping district draw; the second one, packaged with volume 5 of the manga, gives a glimpse of Benio and Kobeni's childhood, while its second half gives a glimpse at Mashiro and Hakuya's life at their mountain village prior to moving to the city... And some surprising
implications about the origins of the Yonomori family itself.
Crunchyroll is streaming the anime, and it can be viewed here
for viewers in the US and Canada.
Mikakunin de Shinkoukei gives examples of the following tropes: