To Your Eternity Season 2 Reveals October 23 Release Date, More Cast

The official website of To Your Eternity anime announced on Sep 6, 2022, that the second season of the anime will start broadcasting on Oct 23, 2022, every Sunday at 7 p.m. JST. A brand new key visual was unveiled to commemorate the announcement.

The staff also revealed three new cast members for the upcoming season.

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The newly announced cast for To Your Eternity Season 2 are:

Tomori Kusunoki will voice Hisame

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Hisame

Mitsuki Saiga will voice Kahaku

Kahaku

Takehito Koyasu will voice Bonchien

Bonchien

Kiyoko Sayama will replace Masahiko Murata as the new director of the upcoming season, with the rest of the main staff reprising their roles, including Shinzō Fujita as the scriptwriter, Koji Yabuno as the character designer, Ryo Kawasak and Takeshi Takadera serving as the music composer and sound director respectively.

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To Your Eternity Season 2 will also see a change in animation studio, Drive will replace Brain’s Base.

The first season of the anime aired from April 12 to August 30, 2021, and ran for 20 episodes.

To Your Eternity is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Yoshitoki Ōima. It has been serialized in Weekly Shōnen Magazine since November 2016, with individual chapters collected by Kodansha into seventeen tankōbon volumes as of February 2022.

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The story is about an immortal being, Fushi, who takes on multiple forms, including that of an abandoned white-haired village boy and his white wolf in order to stimulate as it learns what it is to be truly human.

Ōima, inspired by her own grandmother’s death, aimed to write about survival and the character Fushi, who initially is an emotionless stone but gradually develops a self and personality as a result of interacting with humans, young and old alike. In contrast to her previous work, A Silent Voice, To Your Eternity puts little focus on the cast’s past but instead, upon the future.

In North America, the manga is licensed by Kodansha USA for a digital and printed English release.

Source: Official Website

© Yoshitoki Oima/Kodansha/NHK/NEP

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