The production of the season 2 of TV anime “To Your Eternity” is decided, and the broadcast is scheduled for fall 2022. Along with this announcement, the comments from Kawashima Reiji, Tsuda Kenjirou, and the original creator Oima Yoshitoki have been released.
This is a TV anime series that is based on the same-name manga by Oima Yoshitoki that is currently serialized on “Weekly Shounen Magazine” (Kodansha). The season 1 that consists of 20 episodes started broadcast in April 2021, and welcomed its last episode on August 30, 2021.
Along with the announcement of season 2, the comments from Kawashima Reiji (voice of Fushi), Tsuda Kenjirou (voice of The Beholder), and the original creator Oima Yoshitoki have been released. Kawashima mentioned “The 2nd series will be better! I will do my best in faithfully voicing his eternity story!” Do look forward to the new encounter of the immortal main protagonist, Fushi.
TV anime “To Your Eternity” season 2 is scheduled for fall 2022.
＜Below are the full comments＞
Fushi, voiced by Kawashima Reiji
Thank you for watching the anime “To Your Eternity”!
I would also like to apologize for making you cry for numerous times…!
I’m happy that the production of the 2nd series is confirmed.
This is because just like Fuji’s journey, I was able to meet various amazing actors as well as gained some unique experiences.
The 2nd series will be better! I will do my best in faithfully voicing his eternity story!
The Beholder, voiced by Tsuda Kenjirou
I’m honored to be able to be involved in the 2nd series of this profound life drama.
This all thanks to the support from everyone.
I will try my best so that the 2nd series will exceed everyone’s expectations.
Please do look forward to it.
Original Creator, Oima Yoshitoki
Due to the various professionals, the world setting of the 1st series was spread widely and more people are aware of “To Your Eternity” now.
In the 2nd series, Fushi is changing to a being that greatly influences the outside world, but I hope the work can grow at the same time, so that this work can influence various people.
(C) Oima Yoshitoki, Kodansha/ NHK, NEP