Season 1 of Yuru CampΔ consists of 12 episodes plus 3 specials included with the BD/DVD volumes.

For Season 1, the opening theme song, SHINY DAYS, was performed by Asaka and the ending theme song, Fuyu Biyori (ふゆびより), was performed by Eri Sasaki.[1]

The season premiered on January 4, 2018.

Plot overview

Rin likes to go camping by herself along the lakes that provide a scenic view of Mt. Fuji. Nadeshiko loves to take cycling trips by herself to places where she can see Mt. Fuji. After they meet, Rin and Nadeshiko take camping trips, eat cup ramen together, and enjoy the scenery. Eventually Nadeshiko discovers The Outdoor Activities Club at her high school and learns more about camping from her new friends!

Episodes

Ep. # Episode Name Japanese Air Date
1 "Mount Fuji and Curry Noodles"
(「ふじさんとカレーめん」)[2]
January 4th, 2018
2 "Welcome to the Outdoor Activities Club!"
(「ようこそ野クルへ!」)[3]
January 11, 2018
3 "Mount Fuji and Relaxed Hot Pot Camp"
(「ふじさんとまったりお鍋キャンプ」)[4]
January 18, 2018
4 "The Outdoor Activities Club and the Solo Camping Girl"
(「野クルとソロキャンガール」)[5]
January 25, 2018
5 "Two Camps, Two Campers' Views"
(「二つのキャンプ、二人の景色」)[6]
February 1st, 2018
6 "Meat and Fall Colors and the Mystery Lake"
(「お肉と紅葉と謎の湖」)[7]
Feburary 8, 2018
7 "A Night on the Lake Shore and Campers"
(「湖畔の夜とキャンプの人々」)[8]
February 15th, 2018
8 "Exams, Caribou, Steamed Buns, Yum!"
(「テスト、カリブー、まんじゅううまい」)[9]
February 22nd, 2018
9 "A Night of Navigator Nadeshiko and Hot Spring Steam"
(「なでしこナビと湯けむりの夜」)[10]
March 1st, 2018
10 "Clumsy Travelers and Camp Meetings"
(「旅下手さんとキャンプ会議」)[11]
March 8th, 2018
11 "Christmas Camp!"
(「クリキャン!」)[12]
March 15th, 2018
12 "Mount Fuji and the Laid-Back Camp Girls"
(「ふじさんとゆるキャンガール」)[13]
March 22nd, 2018

Season 1 specials

These are also known as OVAs that are usually included as bonus material with BD/DVDs.
Ep. # Episode Name
1 "Heya Camp Episode 0" (「へやキャン△episode0」; included with BD/DVD volume 1)[14]
2 "Tall-Tale Camp" (「ほらキャン△」; included with BD/DVD volume 2)[15]
3 "Survival Camp" (「サバキャン△」; included with BD/DVD volume 3)[16]

Cast and crew

Cast
Crew[17]
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  • Director: Yoshiaki Kyougoku
  • Series Composition: Jin Tanaka
  • Script: Jin Tanaka (8 episodes), Mutsumi Ito (7 episodes)
  • Music: Akiyuki Tateyama
  • Original creator: Afro
  • Character Design: Mutsumi Sasaki
  • Art Director: Yoshimi Umino (Credited as Yoshimi Unno)
  • Chief Animation Director: Mutsumi Sasaki
  • Mechanical design: Daisuke Endo
  • Sound Director: Takeshi Takadera
  • Director of Photography: Hiroaki Tanaka
  • 3D Animation: Yoshifumi Hirakawa
  • Animation producer: Ryoji Maru
  • Chief Producer: Seiji Ando
  • Color design: Taeko Mizuno
  • Editing: Masayuki Kurosawa
  • Mechanical animation Director: Hajime Maruo
  • Mechanical Supervisor: Hajime Maruo
  • Music Director: Shinya Miahara (OP)
  • Music producer: Jun Murakami
  • Offline Editing: Masayuki Kurosawa
  • Online Editor: Haruka Yoshida (ep 11), Kana Sugiyama (eps 4-10), Ryuichi Inoue (eps 1-11)
  • Publicity: Toru Fujimoto
  • Publicity Producer: Yo Tokou
  • Recording Adjustment: Chiharu Kawasaki
  • Recording Assistant: Nobuto Kojima
  • Sound Effects: Yuka Kazama
  • Sound Production Manager: Chiyo Kagiyama
  • Theme Song Arrangement: Eri Sasaki (ED), Hero Nakamura (ED), Shin'ichi Yūki (OP)
  • Theme Song Composition: Eri Sasaki (ED), Hero Nakamura (ED), Show Aratame (OP)
  • Theme Song Lyrics: Eri Sasaki (ED), Kento Nagatsuka (OP)
  • Theme Song Performance: Asaka (OP), Eri Sasaki (ED)

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