Bungo Stray Dogs Anime’s Highly Anticipated 5th Season Set to Premiere on July 12, According to Latest Promo Video

(Last Updated On: June 1, 2023)

Kadokawa unveiled exciting news on Thursday, announcing the highly anticipated premiere date for the fifth season of the anime adaptation of Kafka Asagiri and Sango Harukawa’s renowned manga, Bungo Stray Dogs. Mark your calendars for July 12, as that’s when the new season will make its debut. To further raise anticipation, the company has also released a captivating second promotional video, now available for streaming.

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The highly anticipated show is set to debut on July 12 across Tokyo MX, Sun TV, and TV Aichi, followed by BS11 and KBS Kyoto on July 13. Starting from July 12, fans can also stream the show on d Anime Store.

GRANRODEO has been chosen to deliver the electrifying opening theme titled “Kurogane no Ori” (Iron Cell), while Luck Life will grace the ending credits with their soulful track “Kiseki” (Trails).

Crunchyroll will be streaming the new season of the series as it airs, delivering an intense storyline where detective employees face successive captures. Kamui, the formidable leader of Tenjin Goshui, relentlessly closes in on the Armed Detective Agency. Can the Agency survive this imminent threat?

Bungo Stray Dogs

The anime’s fourth season premiered in Japan on January 4, and Crunchyroll promptly streamed it, including an English dub. The returning main staff for this thrilling season consists of director Takuya Igarashi, series script supervisor and writer Yoji Enokido, character designer and chief animation director Nobuhiro Arai, and the renowned animation studio BONES. Additionally, the talented main cast members, namely Yūto Uemura (Atsushi Nakajima), Mamoru Miyano (Osamu Dazai), Sumire Morohoshi (Kyōka Izumi), Kensho Ono (Ryūnosuke Akutagawa), and Kishō Taniyama (Chūya Nakahara), have reprised their roles. Excitingly, the same cast and staff are returning for the fifth season.

Yen Press takes charge of publishing the manga and novel series in English, offering fans an opportunity to delve into this captivating world. The manga initially debuted in Kadokawa’s Young Ace magazine back in December 2012 and has remained ongoing, captivating readers with its enthralling narrative.


Source | Crunchyroll official website / Press Release

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Monika Chopra is a Mumbai-based anime writer from a wealthy background. An open lesbian, she advocates for #LGBTQ+ rights through her globally loved narratives. Her work focuses on inclusivity and the slice-of-life anime genre, finding extraordinary in the ordinary.

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