As the new season currently airs, it was announced that To Your Eternity Season 2 will add new members to its voice cast, including a Kaguya-sama: Love Is War star.
The new cast members were revealed via the series’ official Twitter account. Specifically, six new voice actors are joining the ongoing TV anime.
To Your Eternity Season 2 – Fushi's Journey Continues
To Your Eternity is an anime series that’s based on the manga of the same name by Yoshitoki Oima that’s currently serialized in Weekly Shonen Magazine. The author is also known for the critically acclaimed manga, A Silent Voice.
Much like her previous work, To Your Eternity received widespread critical acclaim. The manga also won the 43rd annual Kodansha Manga Awards in 2019 in the shonen category.
As for the anime, its first season was produced by Brains Base and aired from April to August 2021. While it’s more than one cour, it had an atypical release schedule given its unusual 20-episode count.
For Season 2, studio Drive replaced Brains Base when it comes to animation duties, with the direction being handled by Kiyoko Sayama.
In its story, the series follows a boy wandering the Arctic region. He soon meets a wolf and the two become dependent on each other to survive.
However, the wolf is no ordinary animal -- it’s an immortal creature from outside Earth.
The series then follows this immortal main character named Fushi through a long period of time as he meets various people from across cultures.
Kaguya Shinomiya's VA Joins To Your Eternity Season 2's Voice Cast
Aside from Kaguya, Koga is also the voice of Shouko Komi in Komi Can’t Communicate, Ange le Carré in Princess Principal: Crown Handler Movie 1, and Rokuta Kamado in Demon Slayer.
Meanwhile, the other cast members include:
- Megumi Han as Torta
- Mitsuaki Kanuka as Fen
- Hiroyuki Yoshino as Nickson
- Akeno Watanabe as Dodo
- Mitsuru Miyamoto as Cyrilla
To Your Eternity Season 2 Episode 1 was released on October 23, 2022. It premiered on NHK Educational in Japan and internationally on Crunchyroll.
New episodes are also released on Crunchyroll every week.
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