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Tsukimichi Season 2 Release Date

Tsukimichi Season 2: Release Date, Plot And More

Great news for Tsukimichi fans! Tsukimichi is back after a year-long wait with the announcement of Tsukimichi Season 2. It deserves another season as Season 1 was such a massive hit that fans flooded social media asking for more.

We will be sharing exclusive information on Tsukimichi Season 2 which no one has yet covered before, so fasten your seatbelts and get ready to travel to Tsukimichi Season 2 land.

Tsukimichi Season 2
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Tsukimichi Season 2 Release Date

Kei Azumi and Mitsuaki Matsumoto’s Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy or Journey in an Alternate World Guided by the Moon Japanese fantasy light novel series was first serialized in 2012 on the Shosetsuka ni Naro website. Kotora Kino released the manga adaptation which is being serialized since 2015.

The first season of Tsukimichi was announced by C@C which aired from July to September 2021, and after a 1-year long break, they have announced another season. Although no exact date has been shared yet, we are expecting the release by July 2023.

Tsukimichi Season 1 Plot

The story of Tsukimichi follows a boy named Makoto Misumi whose parents formed a mysterious contract with the Goddess years ago and one day he finds himself thrown into another world where he meets the goddess. The deity calls him “hideous and ugly”, she refuses to even look at him.

Tsukimichi Season 1 Plot

The goddess gives him the ability to understand any language except human’s sends him far away from human civilization. No matter the circumstances, Makoto’s inherent physical and magical capabilities get awakened which attracts all kinds of demi-humans and creatures alike and with them, he desires to build a peaceful community where everyone can coexist together. To know what happens next you will have to watch the series.

Tsukimichi Season 2 Cast & Staff

The Japanese cast and staff list has been shared on the official website of Tsukimichi Season 2, and we have shared the same below.

Japanese Staff

  • Original: Kei Azumi (published by Alphapolis)
  • Original illustration: Mitsuaki Matsumoto
  • directed by: Shinji Ishihira
  • Series composition/screenplay: Kenta Inohara
  • Character Design: Yukie Suzuki
  • assistant director: Isshin Shimizu
  • action director: Yuji Suzuki
  • monster design: Hiroshi Arisawa
  • layout supervision: Hiroki Ikeshita
  • chief animation director: Yukie Suzuki and Yumiko Nakamura
  • key animator: Yushi Takagi, Ryo Haga
  • Total video supervision: Tomoya Takahashi
  • color design: Masato Takagi
  • Art director/setting: Masahiro Sato
  • art board: Yuki Nagayoshi
  • prop design: Koji Nagatomi, Akane Imada, Yoko Tanabe
  • Special effects: Yuuichi Furuichi
  • cinematographer: Masaaki Onodera
  • edit: Go Sadamatsu
  • sound director: Hata Shōji (Sound Team Don Juan)
  • music: Koji Takanashi
  • music production: sunshine
  • Animation production: C2C
Tsukimichi Season 2 Cast & Staff

Japanese Cast

  • Makoto Misumi – Natsuki Hanae
  • Tomoe – Ayane Sakura
  • Mio – Akari Kito
  • Emma – Saori Hayami
  • Belem – Shinpachi Tsuji
  • Toa – Yurika Kubo
  • Linon – Aiko Ninomiya
  • Goddess – Rena Ueda
  • Tsukuyomi life – Tomoaki Maeno
  • Hazar – Yuki Arata
  • Louisa – Arina Kamakura
  • Lanina – Saika Kitamori
  • Patrick = Rembrand – Kazuhiko Inoue
  • Morris – Shoji Sato
  • lime = latte – Taku Yashiro
  • aqua – Lynn
  • Ellis – Minami Tanaka

Tsukimichi Season 2 Cast Comments

Makoto Misumi – Natsuki Hanae

“I felt that the tempo of the story was good and the balance between gag and seriousness was exquisite. It’s a different world, so it’s good that it’s easy to accept unique settings that are impossible in reality. The characters don’t make that many appearances either, so I think it’s nice that each of them gets their spot on. Emma is cute lol”

“Makoto is an ordinary and gentle boy, but in fact, he has amazing bow skills and skills that can be used in a different world, which is nice. I’m worried about doing scary things naturally, but there are many funny scenes in acting, so I’m allowed to do it freely. Coupled with the gag scenes, the emotions are quite sharp, so I’d like to be able to properly express various truths.”

Tsukimichi Season 2 Cast Comments

Ayane Sakura – Tomoe

“It’s probably the first time that the main cast has been involved in a work born from the rumored “Shousetsuka ni Narou”, so I read it with a fresh feeling. I’m looking forward to being able to disturb you in a different world with dubbing.”

“She’s a beautiful girl with light blue hair, and I’m looking forward to seeing how she’ll be expressed in the animation. I will do my best to express not only strong but also pretty Tomoe.”

Is there any Tsukimichi Season 2 Trailer released yet?

Yes, there’s a trailer available on youtube if you wish to check out the visuals of Tsukimichi Season 2.

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Where to Watch Tsukimichi Season 2?

You will be able to watch it on local Japanese TV channels if you are in Japan, or else you can catch it on Crunchyroll or HIDIVE. The streaming platforms have not yet confirmed their streaming, once confirmed we will surely update the same.


We know that you want to know what happens next, and the hype for Tsukimichi Season 2 is back as we get to see fans from all over the world tweeting about its announcement. We must admit that the stage has been prepared, and we can’t wait for it to reach the screens.

Nadia Zabin
Nadia Zabin

Nadia Zabin is a dynamic writer interested in exploring different genres and writing styles. She has profound knowledge of anime and manga culture making her an indispensable source of information. She has been writing about anime since a coon's age and is always on the lookout for ways to share her knowledge and zest with others.

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