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Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy Season 2 Release Date, Cast, Plot & Where to Watch

The majority of heroes in isekai anime are transferred to a fantasy realm by some type of divine favor. Regarding the main character of the anime “Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy,” however, the exact reverse is true. The fact that the show’s protagonist is genuinely detested by a deity makes him unusual among the isekai protagonists, despite the fact that his journey to another realm conforms to many cliches of the isekai subgenre of anime.

Nonetheless, this 2021 anime was successful enough for a second season to be commissioned. Based on the same-titled light novel and manga series by Kei Azumi (via Anime News Network), the series describes itself as a “social reform dream.” The novel premise of “Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy” has attracted the interest of at least some anime enthusiasts. Consequently, the series merits consideration as its second season nears release. Here is all we know so far regarding the release date, characters, and narrative of Season 2 of “Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy.”


Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy Season 2 Release Date

Unfortunately, animation company C2C has not provided many details on the release of Season 2 of “Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy.” The team stated on the official website for “Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy” that a second season will be produced. The update did not, however, specify when the series will resume broadcasting.

Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy Season 2 Release Date, Cast, Plot & Where to Watch

For comparison, C2C’s last series, “Wandering Witch — The Journey of Elaina,” was released almost one year after its October 2018 announcement. We may thus anticipate that Season 2 of “Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy” will follow a similar production schedule. In other words, the show is anticipated to begin broadcasting in late 2022 or early 2023.

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Crunchyroll owned streaming rights for the first season of “Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy” in all regions except Asia. This implies that Crunchyroll will likely be the only avenue for fans in the western hemisphere to view Season 2.


Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy Season 2 Plot and Summary

In the season one finale of “Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy,” Makoto faces and defeats the formidable adventurer Sofia Bulga (Miyuki Sawashiro) and the dragon Mitsurugi (Souma Saitou). Two individuals have chosen to join the demon army’s mission to destroy mankind. Makoto resists this, maybe playing right into the hands of the cruel goddess who summoned him in the first place.

It is unknown precisely what her goals are, but the fact that she is beginning to perceive Makoto as a competition due to his growing strength is probably not good news for our hero.

Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy Season 2 Plot and Summary

In spite of this, Makoto keeps doing what he does best: expanding the town of peasants, merchants, and adventurers that he has helped construct within Tomoe’s personal world. At the same time, he desires a deeper connection with the humanity of this planet, something the goddess has done everything she can to prevent. The second season of “Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy” will show whether or not Makoto accomplishes any of these objectives.

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Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy Season 2 Cast

As with much isekai anime, “Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy” follows an average Japanese guy who is sent by a goddess to a new and magical fantasy realm. In “Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy,” this common guy is Makoto Misumi (Natsuki Hanae), who originally believes he would have a great new life after being summoned (via Myanimelist). That is until the goddess who summons him finds Makoto so repulsive that she sends him to the desert’s furthest reaches. Despite this setback, Makoto is more strong and more successful in this world than practically everyone else.

However, his prosperity is not just due to his enormous magical might. Additionally, Makoto has a few pals, most notably Tomoe and Mio, whose voices are provided by Ayane Sakura and Akari Kitou, respectively (Myanimelist). Tomoe and Mio are strong enough on their own as a formidable dragons and spider-monster, but they sign servitude contracts with Makoto after suffering separate losses at his hands. Together, they engage in exploration, commerce, and efforts to enhance the globe.

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Season 2 of Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy: Is there a trailer?

The first trailer for Season 2 of “Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy” is as tantalizing as it gets. It is a short promotional clip that does not reveal anything about the new season. It is totally in Japanese and has been available for over a year. Since the premiere of the trailer, there have been no updates, but we anticipate a longer and more comprehensive teaser in the coming months. Hopefully, once that trailer arrives, a release date will accompany it.


Where can I stream the first season of Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy?

The beautiful thing about anime series is that they are typically streamable on several platforms and are generally accessible online. The first season of “Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy” is available on both Crunchyroll and HBO Max. Both streaming services include all twelve episodes of the first season, which run around 23 minutes each. Both platforms lack dubbed episodes, although English subtitles are available.

Crunchyroll is always free for users, however, a membership is required to eliminate annoying advertisements. If you are a new member, you may try out the premium access function for free for 14 days, after which you will be required to pay. Crunchyroll provides its United States users with three subscription packages for $7.99, $9.99, and $14.99 per month. Each has ad-free streaming. There are no free choices for HBO Max, therefore if you want to view the first season of “Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy,” you must spend $9.99 each month.


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