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Yuru Camp△ (ゆるキャン△), also known as "Laid-Back Camp", is an anime by C-Station that debuted on January 4th, 2018 (January 11, 2018 for free Crunchyroll viewers)[2] and had its finale on March 22nd, 2018 for Season 1. It was originally a manga series by Afro.

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.[3]

With the release of the Season 1 BD/DVD, 3 special 8 min. episodes were aired from March 28, 2018, to July 25, 2018.

In October 2018, a Yuru Camp△ Secret Society Blanket Enrollment Briefing event announced plans for a second season, a movie, and an anime short-form mini-series called Heya Camp,[4] but not much other detail was released. Later it was announced that Heya Camp△ would premiere on January 6, 2020 on several Japanese TV stations as well as simulcast on Crunchyroll (where it will be called ROOM CAMP).[5]

On March 23, 2020, Season 2 was given a premiere date of January 7th, 2021[6][7] and some key visuals.[8]

In November 2020, both singers from Season 1 were announced to return for Season 2 with the opening theme song, Seize The Day, performed by Asaka and the ending theme song, Haru no Tonari (はるのとなり; Next to Spring), performed by Eri Sasaki.[9]

On April 1, 2021 (Ena Saitō's seiyuu, Rie Takahashi insists it is not an April Fools' Joke),[10] crew and production details, a planned 2022 release, and some concept art were revealed for the previously announced movie.[11]


In late September 2021, the official site announce that BS11 would rebroadcast the first season starting October 7, 2021.[12]

In mid December 2021, it was announced that the anime will be re-broadcast on 6 stations throughout Japan (not clear if it is Season 1 only):[13]

Rebroadcast stations and schedules
  • TOKYO MX every Thursday from 23:30 on Thursday, January 6, 2022
  • BS11 every Thursday from 23:30 on Thursday, January 6, 2022
  • MBS TV every Thursday from January 13, 2022 (Thursday) 26: 30-
  • TV Aichi From Thursday, January 6, 2022, every Thursday from 26:35
  • TVQ Kyushu Broadcasting every Wednesday from Wednesday, January 12, 2022 26: 05-
  • Shizuoka Broadcasting System every Thursday from 26:25 on January 11, 2022 (Tuesday)

In January 2022, ABEMA TV (video streaming service) announced it would do a marathon, one-day rebroadcast of Yuru Camp Season 2 on January 24 (starting 4:30 pm).[14]

In late March 2022, it was announced that Season 2 would be rebroadcast starting in April on TOKYO MX, BS11, and Hokkaido Television.[15]

Rebroadcast stations and schedules
  • TOKYO MX - Every Thursday from 23:30 on April 7th*
  • BS11 - Every Thursday from 23:30 on April 7th*
  • Hokkaido Television - From April 13th, every Wednesday from 25:55*
* Broadcast dates and times are subject to change.


Season 1

Season 1 broadcast schedule in Japan:[16][17]

  • AT-X: every Thursday during the 23:00 time slot beginning on January 04, 2018.
  • Tokyo MX: every Thursday during the 23:30 time slot beginning on January 04, 2018.
  • Sun TV: every Thursday during the 24:30 time slot beginning on January 04, 2018.
  • KBS Kyoto: every Thursday during the 25:00 time slot beginning on January 04, 2018.
  • BS11: every Thursday during the 25:30 time slot beginning on January 04, 2018.

Season 2

Season 2 was announced to premiere on January 7, 2021.[6]

Broadcast schedule in Japan:[6][18]

  • AT-X: every Thursday during the 23:00 time slot beginning on January 07, 2021.
  • Tokyo MX: every Thursday during the 23:30 time slot beginning on January 07, 2021.
  • BS11: every Thursday during the 23:30 time slot beginning on January 07, 2021.
  • Sun TV: every Thursday during the 24:30 time slot beginning on January 07, 2021 (technically January 08).
  • KBS Kyoto: every Thursday during the 25:00 time slot beginning on January 07, 2021 (technically January 08).
  • YBS Yamanashi Broadcasting: every Sunday during the 09:30 time slot beginning on January 09, 2021.
  • Hokkaido TV: every Monday during the 25:20 time slot beginning on January 11, 2021 (technically January 12).
  • SBS: every Tuesday during the 25:55 time slot beginning on January 12, 2021 (technically January 13).

* Broadcast dates and times are subject to change.[18]

It will also be available on the NTT Docomo Anime Store[19] and Abema TV services simultaneously with the television broadcast, as well on other services later.[6]

Streaming schedule in Japan:[18]

  • D Anime Store: every Thursday during the 23:30 time slot beginning on January 07, 2021.
  • Abema TV: every Thursday during the 23:30 time slot beginning on January 07, 2021.

* Delivery date and time are subject to change.[18]


The anime did very well at the Anime Trends Winter 2018 Anime Awards and won Anime of the Season, Favorite Comedy, Favorite Slice-of_life, and Favorite Opening Theme Song.[20] Also, Rin and Nadeshiko came in 2nd and 3rd place respectively for Best Girl.[20] Later in the year, the anime won top honors for best anime of first half of 2018 according to Japanese AT-X (a 20-year-old Japanese premium anime channel available via satellite and cable) subscribers.[21]

In January 2019, Polygon rated the anime as one of the best of Winter 2018[22] and Crunchyroll nominated the anime for Best Character Design for 2018 in its Anime Awards.[23]

Laid-Back Camp was one of the nominees for Anime Trends 2019 (for shows aired in 2018 as qualifiers) Anime of the Year (of 17), Comedy Anime of the Year, Slice of Life Anime of the Year, Best Adaptation, Best in Character Design, Best in Sceneries and Visuals, Best in Soundtrack, and Opening Theme Song of the Year.[24] Nadeshiko Kagamihara and Rin Shima were nominees for Girl of the Year.[24] Unfortunately, none were winners, but SHINY DAYS did come an extremely close second in the Opening Theme Song of the Year race at 20.83% behind the winning 20.87% and Slice of Life Anime of the Year at 35.78% behind the winning 36.61%.[25]


Yuru Camp is the story of Rin Shima and her friend Nadeshiko Kagamihara. Rin is a high-school girl who likes camping by herself. Nadeshiko is a member of their school’s Outdoor Activities Club, and likes camping with others. In each episode they do such camping activities such as travelling to the campsite, setting up a tent, cooking food, eating food, and enjoying the scenery.

Featured Characters

Main article: List of Characters

Main characters

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Supporting Characters

  • Sakura Kagamihara (Nadeshiko's older sister; ? eps; S2 7 eps) portrayed by Marina Inoue (JP) and Robin Clayton (EN)
  • Shizuka Kagamihara (Nadeshiko's mother; ep 1, 9; S2 4, 7 - 9, 13) portrayed by Nozomi Yamamoto
  • Narrator (? eps; S2 8 eps) / Rin's Grandfather (ep 6, 7; S2 ep 3, 9) portrayed by Akio Ōtsuka
  • Chikuwa (Ena's dog; ep 1, 11; S2 ep 4) portrayed by ?
  • Minami Toba/Drunk camper (teacher/advisor to The Outdoor Activities Club; ep 7; S2 9 eps) portrayed by Shizuka Itō
  • Saki Shima (Rin's mother; ep 4, 6 - 8; S2 1, 2, 9) portrayed by Kaori Mizuhashi
  • Ayano Toki (Nadeshiko's middle school friend; S2 ep 1, 3, 12) portrayed by Tomoyo Kurosawa
  • Ryōko Toba / Androgynous camper (Minami's younger sister; ep 7; S2 9, 11, 12) portrayed by Sachi Kokuryu
  • Akari Inuyama (Aoi's younger sister; ep 9, 11) portrayed by Risae Matsuda
  • Itō-san (Lake Motosu caretaker; ep 1, 3) portrayed by Shōto Kashī
  • Shūichirō Kagamihara (Nadeshiko's father; ep 9) portrayed by Shintarō Ōhata
  • Ōmachi-sensei (teacher at Motosu High School; ep 10) portrayed by Kunihiro Kawamoto
  • Wataru Shima (Rin's father; S2 ep 1, 9) portrayed by Takahiro SakuraiSeiyuu Wiki
  • Nadeshiko's Grandmother (S2 ep 3) portrayed by Masumi Taira
  • Iida-san (S2 ep 6, 10, 13) portrayed by Tadahisa Fujimura
  • Iida-san's daughter (S2 ep 6, 7, 13) portrayed by Mai Fuchigami
  • Choko (Iida family dog; S2 ep 6, 13) portrayed by ?
  • Haruka Ichinomiya (child; S2 ep 8) portrayed by Akira Sekine
  • Hiroto Ichinomiya (child; S2 ep 8) portrayed by Natsumi Kawaida
  • Mineko Inuyama (Aoi's mother; ep 11) portrayed by Naomi Shindō
Named, but imagined
  • Hayatarō (the legendary dog from 700 yrs ago dreamed by Rin)
  • Caretaker (ep 2) portrayed by Hayato Fujī
  • Caretaker (ep 5) portrayed by Nobuaki Kanemitsu
  • Caretaker (ep 6) portrayed by Katsuhiro Tokuishi
  • Part-time job girl (ep 6) portrayed by Asami Yano
  • Caribou store clerk (Seki; ep 8, S2 ep 4) portrayed by Nako Eguchi
  • Japanese sweet shop clerk (ep 8) portrayed by Himari Mochida
  • Climber (Ocha no Oneesan/Tea girl; ep 9), Tea shop worker (S2 ep 2) portrayed by Ayako KawasumiSeiyuu Wiki
  • Climber's friend (ep 9) portrayed by Manami Numakura
  • Vice principal (ep 10) portrayed by Yū Wakabayashi
  • Liquor store manager (S2 ep 1) portrayed by Hidenari Ugaki
  • Child (S2 ep 1) portrayed by Kozue Harashima
  • Postal worker (S2 ep 1) portrayed by Tomohiro Tsuboi
  • Pizza shop worker (S2 ep 2) portrayed by Akari Tadano
  • Shrine maiden (S2 ep 2) portrayed by Minako Satō
  • Cafe worker (ep 2) portrayed by Rin Kusumi
  • Woman (S2 ep 3) portrayed by Ayano Hamaguchi
  • Ōban-yaki shopkeeper (S2 ep 3) portrayed by Keiichi Sonobe
  • Eel shopkeeper (S2 ep 3) portrayed by Mitsuru Ogata
  • Japanese sweets shop worker (S2 ep 3) portrayed by Saiko Moriya
  • Receptionist (S2 ep 3) portrayed by Satsuki Miyahara
  • Caribou worker (Ibigawa; S2 ep 4) portrayed by Konomi Kohara
  • Soba shop customer (S2 ep 5) portrayed by Kana Uetake
  • Caribou worker (S2 ep 5) portrayed by Yoshino Aoyama
  • Foreign man (S2 ep 5) portrayed by Wataru Komada
  • Okonomiyaki shop boss (S2 ep 7) portrayed by Hiroshi Naka
  • Okonomiyaki shop proprietress (S2 ep 7) portrayed by Kozue Harashima
  • Cafe worker (S2 ep 7) portrayed by Yūka Takeuchi


Season 1

Ep. # Episode Name Japanese Air Date
1 "Mount Fuji and Curry Noodles"
January 4th, 2018
2 "Welcome to the Outdoor Activities Club!"
January 11, 2018
3 "Mount Fuji and Relaxed Hot Pot Camp"
January 18, 2018
4 "The Outdoor Activities Club and the Solo Camping Girl"
January 25, 2018
5 "Two Camps, Two Campers' Views"
February 1st, 2018
6 "Meat and Fall Colors and the Mystery Lake"
Feburary 8, 2018
7 "A Night on the Lake Shore and Campers"
February 15th, 2018
8 "Exams, Caribou, Steamed Buns, Yum!"
February 22nd, 2018
9 "A Night of Navigator Nadeshiko and Hot Spring Steam"
March 1st, 2018
10 "Clumsy Travelers and Camp Meetings"
March 8th, 2018
11 "Christmas Camp!"
March 15th, 2018
12 "Mount Fuji and the Laid-Back Camp Girls"
March 22nd, 2018

Season 1 specials

These are OVAs included with Season 1 discs.

Ep. # Episode Name
1 "Heya Camp Episode 0" (「へやキャン△episode0」; included with BD/DVD volume 1)[38]
2 "Tall-Tale Camp" (「ほらキャン△」; included with BD/DVD volume 2)[39]
3 "Survival Camp" (「サバキャン△」; included with BD/DVD volume 3)[40]

Heya Camp

Main article: Heya Camp

Not named Yuru CampΔ, but basically a series of 12 shorts (approx. 3.5 min each) between the two seasons from January 6, 2020 to March 23, 2020.

Season 2

Main article: Season 2
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New logo for Season 2

Another new logo from the opening sequence

A season 2 for the anime was announced back in October 2018 and premiered in early January 2021. There were many promotional events in the leadup to the new season plus several new characters were announced (primarily Nadeshiko's middle school friend, Ayano Toki and Aoi's younger sister, Akari Inuyama). With the new season, the girls will be venturing outside of Yamanashi prefecture toward the coast and Nadeshiko's old home region. They will also be gearing up for more camping adventures as they have money to spend from part time jobs.

We'll also get to see a few scenes of a younger Nadeshiko, who has apparently gone through a few changes. Also, while Rin continues to focus on solo camping, Ena joins the Outdoor Activity Club for camping sooner than previously.

Ep. # Episode Name Japanese Air Date
1 "Curry Noodles Are the Best Travel Companion"
January 7, 2021
2 "New Year's Solo Camper Girl"
January 14, 2021
3 "Surprise Camping and Some Deep Thoughts"
January 21, 2021
4 "What Are You Buying With Your Temp Job Money?"
January 28, 2021
5 "Caribou-kun and Lake Yamanaka"
February 4, 2021
6 "Cape Ohmama in Winter"
February 11, 2021
7 "Nadeshiko's Solo Camp Planning"
February 18, 2021
8 "Camping Alone"
February 25, 2021
9 "Winter's End and the Day of Departure"
March 4, 2021
10 "The Izu Camp Trip Begins!"
(『伊豆キャン! はじまり』)[50]
March 11, 2021
11 "Izu Camping!! On the Way"
(『伊豆キャン!! みちゆき』)[51]
March 18, 2021
12 "Izu Camping!!! Birthdays!"
(『伊豆キャン!!! バースデー!』)[52]
March 25, 2021
13 "I'm Home"
April 1, 2021

Events not tied to specific seasons

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Many events are tied to specific seasons, but some have no obvious connection:

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  • On March 10, 2022, a collaboration event with "Yuru CampΔ" x "Nissin Curry Meshi" (『ゆるキャン△』×『日清カレーメシ』) aka "Outside Curry Meshi Campaign" (「外でカレーメシキャンペーン」) was announced starting that day[58][59] which will include a music video titled "Easy Life, Easy Curry -Curry Rice Song-" (『Easy Life,Easy Curry -カレーメシのうた-』).[60] The collaboration song is sung by Asaka, who sings the opening theme of the anime series, written by Eri Sasaki, and composed by Akiyuki Tateyama, just like the ending theme.[61] In addition, "Special Solo Camp Video" set (「スペシャルソロキャンプ動画」; 3 episodes) supervised by camping video creator "Izu no Nushi Fishing" (「伊豆のぬし釣り」) will start on March 11th with episodes coming each following day.[58]
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  • On February 4, 2022, a collaboration event Yuru CampΔ x Oigawa Railway (「ゆるキャン△×大井川鐵道」)[62] was announced to run from February 24 to March 27, 2022 for travel with a special "Oigawa Main Line Free Ticket" (valid for 2 days) with an illustration design drawn by the original Yuru CampΔ author Afro-sensei at a significant discount. Trains will have themed artwork and life-sized character are will appear in the stations.
  • On February 1, 2022, a collaboration event Yuru CampΔ × Tenryū Hamanako Railway (「ゆるキャン△×天竜浜名湖鉄道」)[63] was announced that enables smartphone users to download an app to view and listen to Yuru CampΔ characters via AR (Augmented Reality) around stations via QR codes with the ability to take selfies. Depending on the time of day, the dialog of the characters will change. The event will run from February 1 to 20, 2022.
    The following character panels will be installed in five station buildings:[63]
    • Shinjohara Station - Ena Saito
    • Hamanako Sakume Station - Nadeshiko Kakamigahara
    • Kiga Station - Aoi Inuyama
    • Tenryu Futamata Station - Chiaki Ogaki
    • Kakegawa Station - Rin Shima
  • Starting January 21, 2022, there will be a continuation of the Yuru CampΔ × Shizuoka Stamp Rally into Izu peninsula as an "Izu edition" that will run until March 21, 2022.[64]
    • Over the same time period a separate "Rin and Nadeshiko's Western Shizuoka Travel Stamp Rally" (「リンとなでしこの静岡西部の旅スタンプラリー」) will also be running.[65]
  • On November 17, 2021 it was announce that starting November 29, 2021, Maruzen Publishing company will be publishing its Science Chronology (『理科年表』) for 2022 as a Science CampΔ Project (“りかキャン△プロジェクト”) featuring Yuru CampΔ.[66]
  • On November 12, 2021, NEXCO Central Japan (an expressway and toll road operator) announced a 'Chubu Odan Expressway Opening "Yurucamp △" Stamp Rally 2021' (「中部横断道開通『ゆるキャン△』スタンプラリー2021」) collaboration with Yuru CampΔ to commemorate the opening of the entire Shizuoka-Yamanashi section of the Chubu Odan Expressway in August 2021.[67] The event will start November 206, 2021 via the related smartphone app and run until February 27, 2022.[68]
  • On November 12, 2021, the second Yuru CampΔ × FUJI SPEEDWAY event was announced as part of the 「2021 AUTOBACS SUPER GT Round 8 FUJIMAKI GROUP」 portion of the 「FUJI GT 300Km RACE」.[69]
  • From November 2, 2021 to December 15, 2021, the FANTOS part of some SOYU game arcade centers will have a "FANTOS with Yuru CampΔ" (「FANTOS with ゆるキャン△」) collaboration event where they will offer food and goods inspired by the anime.[70] Although it started on a couple weeks earlier, the Yuru CampΔ official Twitter did not mention it until November 18, 2021.[71]
  • In early November 2021, the Yuru CampΔ × Shizuoka Stamp Rally was announced to run from November 12, 2021 to January 10, 2022 in and around Shizuoka Prefecture.[72][73]
  • In June 2021, the Yuru CampΔ Outdoor Music songbook by Yamaha was announced to be released on July 28, 2021.[74][75]
  • In May 12, 2021, the first Yuru CampΔ × FUJI SPEEDWAY event was announced as part of the "Super Taikyu Series 2021 Powered by Hankook Round 3 NAPAC" (「スーパー耐久シリーズ 2021 Powered by Hankook第3戦 NAPAC」) portion of the "Fuji SUPER TEC 24 Hours Race" (「富士SUPER TEC24時間レース」).[76]


Radio Onsen

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Radio Onsen (an internet radio station in Japan) hosts a regular Yuru Camp-based radio show called "Radio CampΔ Yuru CampΔ Information Station" (「らじキャン△~ゆるキャン△情報局~」) starting around June 10, 2018 and occurring around once per month.[77] It is hosted by Nadeshiko Kagamihara's seiyu, Yumiri Hanamori.[77] As of February 2020, it is still ongoing.[77] The radio program feature was announced and said to include a "Heya Camp△ Talk Event" (「へやキャン△トークイベント」) on May 24, 2018.[77]

Heya Camp△ shorts

Main article: Heya Camp

An short-form, spin-off mini-series expected to premiere on January 6, 2020[5] starting with an anime short that was expected to be released after Season 1[78] in January 2020.[79] A director and several crew member have been identified as well as a key visual being released.[79] The preview Episode 0 was released on YouTube for free viewing on December 12, 2019.[80]

Season 2 confirmed

Camping adventures continue for The Outdoor Activities Club (plus Rin and Ena)! A new character and middle school friend of Nadeshiko's will be introduced, Ayano Toki!

  • On March 23, 2020, a teaser video and some new visuals were released for Season 2 with a planned release time of around January 2021.[8]
  • On October 6, 2018, it was confirmed that Yuru Camp△ was slated to receive a second season.[81] Additionally, on April 24, 2019, a key visual for the second season (although it might have been for Heya Camp) was released via the Yuru Camp△ Twitter page.[82]
  • The second season will air in January 2021.[83]
  • In Japan, there will be a special pre-screening of the first episode on November 29, 2020, at Tokyo's Marunouchi Piccadilly. The main voice cast will be in attendance, and 36 theaters across Japan will Livestream both the cast appearance and the premiere.[84]
  • A promotion for Season 2, called "I'm in Yamanashi on Weekends. Yuru Campaign", was set up for the fall of 2020. It has a number of fan events including a stamp rally.[85]
  • A Yuru CampΔ x Hello Kitty (『ゆるキャン△』×『ハローキティ』) is a crossover event where Hello Kitty will guide viewers through Yuru Camp△ locations in Yamanashi prefecture.[86]
  • A Yuru CampΔ x Hachinai (『ゆるキャン』×『ハチナイ』) is a crossover event that will happen in the smartphone game for Hachigatsu no Cinderella Nine in late November 2020.[87]
  • Both singers from Season 1 return for Season 2, the opening theme song, Seize The Day, performed by Asaka and the ending theme song, Haru no Tonari (はるのとなり; Next to Spring), performed by Eri Sasaki.[9]
  • Yuru CampΔ Special Event (Tentative) is an event apparently centered around Heya Camp to be held at Yomiuri Hall on April 11, 2021 (Sunday). It will feature 4 of the 5 main seiyuu and priority ticket purchasing will be given to those with Heya Camp△ Blu-ray & DVD vouchers starting on November 29, 2020 10 PM JST.[88]
  • Yuru Camp x Sanrio Characters collaboration (which grew out of the Yuru Camp△ x Hello Kitty event) was announced on November 29, 2020, with visuals and indication that more goods are forthcoming.[89]


Main article: Yuru Camp Movie
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A potential movie was announced way back in late 2018.[78] However, in spring 2021, crew and production details were released along with a 2022 planned release and some concept art.[11] Apparently, its actual name is "Yuru CampΔ Movie" or "Eiga Yurukyan△" (映画 ゆるキャン△).[90]

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  38. yurucamp.jp - BD&DVD|TVアニメ「ゆるキャン△」公式サイト (for Vol. 1; in Japanese)
  39. yurucamp.jp - BD&DVD|TVアニメ「ゆるキャン△」公式サイト (for Vol. 2; in Japanese)
  40. yurucamp.jp - BD&DVD|TVアニメ「ゆるキャン△」公式サイト (for Vol. 3; in Japanese)
  41. 第1話 『旅のおともにカレーめん』
  42. 第2話 『大晦日のソロキャンガール』
  43. 第3話 『たなぼたキャンプと改めて思ったこと』
  44. 第4話 『バイトのお金で何を買う?』
  45. 第5話 『カリブーくんと山中湖』
  46. 第6話 『大間々岬の冬』
  47. 第7話 『なでしこのソロキャン計画』
  48. 第8話 『ひとりのキャンプ』
  49. 第9話 『冬の終わりと出発の日』
  50. 第10話 『伊豆キャン! はじまり』
  51. 第11話 『伊豆キャン!! みちゆき』
  52. 第12話 『伊豆キャン!!! バースデー!』
  53. 第13話 『ただいま』
  54. Crunchyroll News - Laid-Back Camp Anime Straps in for 3rd Fuji Speedway Collaboration by Daryl Harding May 21, 2022 12:53am PDT
  55. FUJI SPEEDWAY - 「ゆるキャン△ X FUJI SPEEDWAY」コラボレーションイベント第3弾を開催【FSWインフォメーション No.I-27】 2022/05/20
  56. Yurucamp.jp - 「わたしのゆるキャン△ 履歴書」配布 (in Japanese; in English: "My Yuru CampΔ Resume" distribution) 2022.04.29
  57. Yurucamp.jp - フマキラーとのコラボが決定! “キャンプにはフマキラー”キャンペーンが4月1日よりスタート (in Japanese; in English: Collaboration with Fumakiller is decided! "Fumakilla in Camp" campaign starts from April 1st)2022.03.25
  58. 58.0 58.1 Yurucamp.jp - 『ゆるキャン△』と『日清カレーメシ』のコラボが決定! 「外でカレーメシキャンペーン」を3月10日よりスタート (in Japanese; in English: Collaboration between "Yuru Camp" and "Nissin Curry Meshi" has been decided! "Outside Curry Meshi Campaign" starts from March 10th) 2022.03.10
  59. Twitter - @currymeshikun: △情報解禁③△
    全国のスーパーなど一部小売店 にて、各務原なでしこさん・志摩リンさんが描かれたオリジナル描き下ろしデザインのランチョンマットを、対象商品2個購入で1枚プレゼントするぞ!
  60. Twitter - @currymeshikun: アニメ『#ゆるキャン△』とコラボ「#外でカレーメシ」キャンペーンを今日から実施するぞ!このアカウントで情報発信していくからよろしくな。
    「Easy Life,Easy Curry -カレーメシのうた-」
  61. YouTube - File:『日清カレーメシ』×『ゆるキャン△』スペシャルコラボ動画 第1話『ふじさんとカレーメシ』 by NISSINchannel Mar 10, 2022
  62. Travel.Watch.Impress.jp - ゆるキャン△と大井川鐡道がコラボ。あfろ描き下ろしフリーきっぷ、スタンディなど (in Japanese ; in English: Collaboration between Laid-Back Camp and Oigawa Railway. Free tickets drawn by Afro, Standy, etc.) by Nozomi Yoshimoto (吉本希) 2022年2月4日 14:41
  63. 63.0 63.1 Tenhama.co.jp - ゆるキャン△×天竜浜名湖鉄道『ARで朝と昼と夜にオリジナルセリフが聞ける企画』 (in Japanese; in English: Laid-Back Camp △ × Tenryu Hamanako Railway "A project where you can listen to original lines in the morning, day and night with AR")
  64. Famitsu - 『ゆるキャン△』×静岡県スタンプラリー伊豆編が1/21開始。オリジナルイラストのクリアファイルがもらえる連動企画も開催! 2021.12.30 01:28 (in Japanese; in English: "Yuru CampΔ" x Shizuoka Prefecture Stamp Rally Izu edition started 1/21. We will also hold an interlocking project where you can get a clear file of the original illustration!)
  65. Travel.Watch.Impress.co.jp - ゆるキャン△×静岡デジタルスタンプラリー。抽選で50名にオリジナルマグボトル・バッグが当たる (in Japanese; in English: Laid-Back Camp△ × Shizuoka Digital Stamp Rally. 50 people will win the original mug bottle bag by lottery) by Nanako Otake 2022年1月20日 00:00
  66. Japan.cnet.com - 『理科年表2022』2021年11月29日発売! 理科年表×ゆるキャン△ コラボ企画スタート! - CNET Japan 2021年11月17日
  67. Yurucamp.jp - NEXCO中日本とコラボした「中部横断道開通『ゆるキャン△』スタンプラリー2021」の開催が決定! 2021.11.12
  68. TravelNews.co.jp - NEXCO中日本 11月26日から「ゆるキャン△」スタンプラリー 21/11/15
  69. FUJI SPEEDWAY - 『ゆるキャン△ × FUJI SPEEDWAY』コラボレーションイベント第2弾を開催!【FSWインフォメーション No.I-35】 2021/11/12
  70. fan-to-s.jp - FANTOS|ファントエス イオンモール秋田2F
  71. Twitter - @yurucamp_anime: 現在開催されておりますコラボレーションカフェ「FANTOS with ゆるキャン△」の様子をお届け!
    1:00 AM · Nov 18, 2021
  72. Yahoo! Japan - ゆるキャン△×静岡県のスタンプラリー、11月12日から! 先着でモバイルバッテリー/ステッカーなど (in Japanese; in English: Laid-Back CampΔ × Shizuoka Prefecture Stamp Rally, from November 12th! Mobile battery / sticker etc. on a first-come-first-served basis) 2021 11/5(金) 12:19
  73. PR TIMES - 「『ゆるキャン△』×静岡県 スタンプラリー」が11月12日からスタート (in Japanese; in English: "'Yuru CampΔ x Shizuoka Stamp Rally" starts on November 12th) 2021年11月5日 17時00分
  74. Newscast.jp - 『アウトドア音楽のすすめ with ゆるキャン△』 7月28日発売! 2021-06-25 11:30
  75. Yurucamp.jp - 『ゆるキャン△』とヤマハのコラボ! アウトドアで音楽を楽しもう。書籍の発売とイベントの開催が決定! 2021.06.25
  76. FUJI SPEEDWAY - NAPAC 富士SUPER TEC 24時間レース「ゆるキャン△ x FUJI SPEEDWAY」コラボレーションイベントを開催【FSWインフォメーション No.I-14】 2021/05/12
  77. 77.0 77.1 77.2 77.3 http://www.onsen.ag/program/yurucamp/
  78. 78.0 78.1 Crunchyroll News - Laid-Back Camp to Return for Season 2, a Movie, and a Short Anime by Joseph Luster October 07, 2018 8:49am PDT
  79. 79.0 79.1 Crunchyroll News - Laid-Back Camp's Short Anime Followup Set for January 2020 by Joseph Luster April 24, 2019 3:52am PDT
  80. Crunchyroll News - HeyaCamp Episode 0 Streamed in Lead Up to TV Anime Premiere by Daryl Harding December 12, 2019 3:42am CST
  81. Crunchyroll News - Laid-Back Camp to Return for Season 2, a Movie, and a Short Anime by Joseph Luster October 07, 2018 8:49am MST
  82. 2:00 AM · Apr 24, 2019 @yurucamp_anime: お待たせしました!ショートアニメ「へやキャン△」は2020年1月に放送開始です!

  83. Anime News Network - Laid-Back Camp TV Anime's 2nd Season Reveals Visuals, January 2021 Premiere by Jennifer Sherman 2020-03-23 09:48 EDT
  84. Crunchyroll News - Laid-Back Camp Welcomes Us Back with New Trailer by Kara Dennison September 21, 2020 8:52am MST
  85. yurucamp.jp - 『週末も山梨にいます。ゆるキャンペーン△』開催決定! (in Japanese) 2020.10.08
  86. Crunchyroll News - Hello Kitty Explores Yamanashi in Comfy Laid-Back Camp Season 2 TV Anime Collaboration by Daryl Harding November 01, 2020 1:54am MST
  87. Dengeki Online - 『ゆるキャン』×『ハチナイ』コラボが復刻開催! (in Japanese) 2020年11月09日(月) (Monday, November 09, 2020) 22:00
  88. yurucamp.jp - 2021年4月11日(日)よみうりホールにて 『ゆるキャン△ スペシャルイベント(仮)』の開催が決定! (in Japanese) 2020.11.29
  89. yurucamp.jp - 『ゆるキャン△』×サンリオ 描き起こしコラボビジュアルが公開! さらにコラボグッズの販売も決定! (in Japanese) 2020.11.29
  90. Anime News Network - Laid-Back Camp Movie Reveals Returning Staff, 2022 Opening by Egan Loo 2021-03-31 23:17 EDT
  91. Anime News Network - Laid-Back Camp Joins Forces with Hokkaido Variety Show How Do You Like Wednesday? by Lynzee Loveridge 2019-08-28 19:45 EDT

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