Mononogatari Season 2 Adds Hidenori Takahashi as Tenjitsu to Its Cast

(Last Updated On: September 5, 2023)

The official Twitter account for the anime adaptation of Onigunsō’s Malevolent Spirits: Mononogatari manga has unveiled exciting news. Hidenori Takahashi, who already lends his voice to the character Hayate in both seasons of the anime, will now take on the role of Tenjitsu.

The highly-anticipated second season of the series made its debut on July 3, following the successful premiere of the first season on January 9, which aired on Tokyo MX, BS11, and other networks. Global viewers can catch the anime on Crunchyroll, with the exception of Asia.

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The creative team behind the series is equally impressive. Ryuichi Kimura, known for works like Kemono Friends 2 and Aikatsu!, is directing the project at BN Pictures. Keiichirō Ōchi, the mastermind behind series like The Quintessential Quintuplets and The Demon Girl Next Door, is overseeing the series composition. Shiori Fujisawa is responsible for character design, while John Kanda and XELIK collaborate on the music composition.

Mononogatari Season 2 Adds Hidenori Takahashi

The second season treats fans to an exhilarating opening theme song titled “Ta ga Tame” (For Whose Sake), performed by Megatera Zero, while Azusa Tadokoro graces the anime with the melodious ending theme song “Private Room.”

Mononogatari Season 2

For English-speaking manga enthusiasts, Seven Seas is your go-to source for the manga adaptation. The story delves into a world where spirits transcend into the human realm, inhabiting ancient objects to take on physical forms known as tsukumogami.

The Saenome clan plays a vital role in aiding these spirits’ return to the supernatural realm, averting potential havoc. However, Kunato Hyouma, a clan member, harbors deep-seated anger stemming from a past tsukumogami encounter.

Fearing the consequences of Hyouma’s impulsive actions, his grandfather sends him to live in Kyoto with Nagatsuki Botan, a peculiar young woman who shares her life with tsukumogami as if they were family. Can Hyouma conquer his inner turmoil when dealing with these spirits, or will he forever be haunted by his own raging spirit?

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Onigunsō commenced the manga’s journey in Shueisha’s Miracle Jump magazine back in April 2014, later transitioning to Ultra Jump in January 2016. Additionally, the manga continues to captivate readers on Shueisha’s Shonen Jump+ website.


Sources | Malevolent Spirits: Mononogatari anime’s Twitter accountComic Natalie

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