| Kei Murayama|
| Tokuma Shoten|
Monthly Comic Ryū
| Seven Seas Entertainment|
February 2011 – present
Slice of life, Comedy, Supernatural
Seven Seas Entertainment, Tokuma Shoten
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A Centaur's Life, known in Japan as Centaur's Worries (Japanese: セントールの悩み, Hepburn: Sentōru no Nayami), is a Japanese slice of life comedy manga series by Kei Murayama. The series began serialization in Tokuma Shoten's Monthly Comic Ryū magazine from February 2011, and is published in English by Seven Seas Entertainment. An anime adaptation has been announced.
The series takes place in a world where various mythological creatures, such as centaurs, angels, and mermaids, live normal lives together. The story largely focuses around a centaur girl named Himeno Kimihara, as she goes about her daily life with her friends and family.Himeno Kimihara (君原 姫乃, Kimihara Himeno)
Nozomi Gokuraku (獄落 希, Gokuraku Nozomi)
Kyouko Naraku (名楽 羌子, Naraku Kyōko)
Manami Mitama (御魂 真奈美, Mitama Manami)
Mitsuyo Akechi (朱池 美津代, Akechi Mitsuyo)
Makoto Komori (小守 真, Komori Makoto)
Chidori Hyappo (百歩 千鳥, Hyappo Chidori)
Yutaka Nekomi (猫見 豊, Nekomi Yutaka)
Kousaka Fujimoto (藤本 公作, Fujimoto Kōsaka)
Quetzalcoatl Sassassul (ケツァルコアトル・サスサススール, Ketsarukoatoru Sasusasusūru)
The original manga illustrated by Kei Murayama began serialization in Tokuma Shoten's Monthly Comic Ryū from February 2011. Fourteen tankobon volumes have been released as of December 13, 2016. The series is licensed in English by Seven Seas Entertainment, who began releasing it in North America from November 5, 2013.
An anime adaptation was announced on the wraparound of the manga's 14th volume, released on December 13, 2016.
On Anime News Network, Rebecca Silverman gave volume 1 an overall grade of B-.
A Centaur's Life Wikipedia