The Barakamon manga by Satsuki Yoshino is set to return for a new limited serialization. The announcement was made on Saturday, March 11th in Square Enix's Monthly G Fantasy magazine, where the manga will be published. The limited serialization will consist of three chapters and will be titled "Barakamon: Natsu no Shima" (Barakamon: Summer Island).

The original Barakamon manga was serialized in Square Enix's Monthly Gangan Joker magazine from 2009 to 2018 and was later adapted into an anime series, which aired in 2014. The story follows a calligrapher named Seishuu Handa who moves to a rural island to find inspiration for his work, and his interactions with the locals, including a young girl named Naru.

The new limited serialization will take place after the events of the original series and will focus on Handa's return to the island during the summer season. The first chapter of "Barakamon: Natsu no Shima" will be published in the May issue of Monthly G Fantasy, which will be released on April 18th.

Barakamon has been well-received by both manga and anime fans, with its heartwarming story and charming characters. The announcement of a new limited serialization is sure to excite fans of the series who have been eagerly waiting for more content.