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Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy Gears Up for Season 2 with a Stunning New Trailer

The much-anticipated second season of the beloved isekai anime, “Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy,” has just unveiled a captivating new trailer and a mesmerizing visual ahead of its imminent debut.

Straight from the anime’s official portal, fans were treated to a sneak peek of what’s to come in “Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy Season 2.” Produced by the acclaimed J.C. Staff, the upcoming season will feature the vocal talents of Ai Kakuma as Hibiki Otonashi and Ami Koshimizu breathing life into the character Navarre Polar.

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But that’s not all on the casting front. The new season will welcome an ensemble of voices including Yuji Murai as Woody Baila, Chiharu Sawashiro playing Belda Nortst Limia, Nao Tamura taking on the role of Chiya Hazuki, with Ryohei Arai, Mai Nakahara, and Sayumi Watabe portraying Tomoki Iwahashi, Lily Front Gritonia, and Guinevere Shlesha, respectively. Rounding out the cast, Ami Tsukishiro and Natsue Sasamoto will be voicing Mora and Yukinatsu Kazusa. Incase you are a solo leveling fan, check out best anime like Solo Leveling.

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After a cliffhanger ending in September 2021, fans have been eagerly awaiting this continuation since the announcement shortly after the finale of the inaugural season, which was crafted by C2C and debuted in July the same year.

Crunchyroll, the renowned streaming platform, has secured the rights to air the upcoming season. For the uninitiated, “Tsukimichi” spins the tale of Makoto Misumi, an ordinary teenager who finds himself in another realm expected to play the role of a ‘hero.’ Yet, facing rejection from the world’s goddess due to his looks, he’s cast to its fringes, embarking on a journey filled with dragons, orcs, and magic, seeking a fresh start in a world that has otherwise forsaken him.

This captivating narrative springs from the brilliant mind of Kei Azumi, penned in the original light novel series and beautifully illustrated by Mitsuaki Matsumoto. Originally serialized on Shōsetsuka ni Narō in 2012, it found a new home at AlphaPolis in 2016. Fans can also delve into the “Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy” manga adaptation available on AlphaPolis’s manga portal, with Kotora Kino delivering its stunning artistry.

Mark your calendars! “Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy Season 2” is set to captivate audiences once again, launching on Crunchyroll this January 2024.


Source: Anime’s Official Website

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