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Tonikaku Kawaii confirms its second season and a new episode

On the official site for the anime adaptation of the manga written and illustrated by Kenjirou hata, Tonikaku Kawaii (Fly me to the moon), the first promotional video for the second season of the project was published. The press release did not confirm production details or a premiere date, but did add that the animated franchise will also have an additional episode that will likely premiere before the second season.

Hata began publishing the manga through the magazine Weekly Shonen Sunday from the publisher Shogakukan in February 2018. The publisher published the 16th compiled volume in July 2021, followed by the 17th on August 18 in Japan. The literary franchise already has more than 3.7 million cumulative copies in circulation.

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Cast of voices

  • Akari Kitou as Tsukasa Yuzaki.
  • Junya Enoki like Nasa Yuzaki.
  • Yuu serizawa as Kaname Arisugawa.
  • Sumire Uesaka as Aya Arisugawa.
  • Hitomi oowada like Charlotte.
  • Konomi kohara as Chitose Kaginoji.

Production team

  • Hiroshi ikehata (Kiratto Pri ☆ Chan, Seton Academy: Welcome to the Pack) is in charge of directing this second season at the studios Seven arcs.
  • Kazuho hyodo (Kiratto Pri ☆ Chan) is in charge of writing and supervising the scripts.
  • Masakatsu sasaki (Saki, We Never Learn: BOKUBEN) is in charge of character design while Goichi Iwahata is responsible for the design of promotions.
  • Endou (Akiba’s Trip: The Animation) is in charge of the composition of the soundtrack.

Tonikaku Kawaii Synopsis

Nasa Yuzaki is determined to leave his name in the history books. By ranking first in the mock national exam and targeting a distinguished high school, you are confident that you have your whole life planned. However, fate is a fickle lover. On the way home one snowy night, Nasa’s eyes fall on unparalleled beauty across the street. Spellbound, Nasa tries to get close to her, only to be surprised by an oncoming truck.

Fortunately, his life is saved due to the girl’s quick action. Bleeding beside an ambulance, he watches the girl walk away under the moonlight, reminiscent of Princess Kaguya setting off for the moon. Refusing to let this chance encounter end, she forces her crippled body to chase her and asks her out. Surprised by his recklessness and sheer resolve, the girl accepts his confession on one condition: they can only be together if he marries her!

Source: Comic Natalie

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