Tonikawa Season 2 Release Date, Story, and Latest News!


The season’s rom-com is back! The second season of Tonikawa: Over The Moon For You has been renewed.

The successful series was a huge success on Crunchyroll in 2020, garnering praise from both critics and audiences.

Tonikawa is back, but when and where will it air? Everything you need to know is right here.

Tonikawa Season 2 Release Date 

Season 2 of Tonikawa was announced in November 2021, reaffirming the original anime staff and returning cast.

On top of the second season announcement, it was also confirmed that Tonikawa will receive more episodes.

Along with the introduction of the second season, new art for the series featuring the lead characters Nasa and Tsukasa was shown.

An official release date is not yet known, however, this article will be updated as soon as one is released. It is expected that Season 2 will premiere in mid-2023.

Crunchyroll has confirmed that when the series airs, it will be accessible to stream on their site.

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Tonikawa Season 2 Story

Tonikawa: Over The Moon For You (also known as Fly Me to the Moon, Tonikaku Kawaii, and just Tonikawa) is a Kenjiro Hata slice-of-life rom-com manga series.

The plot revolves around Nasa Yuzaki, a young genius who meets a lovely classmate during his high school entrance tests.

He is awestruck by her beauty and gets tragically hit by a moving automobile in the process!

Nasa is saved by the girl and confesses to her in his zeal. Tsukasa Yuzaki, the girl, agrees to date on one condition: Nasa must first marry her!

Tsukasa appears on Nasa’s doorstep on his 18th birthday, and their new married life starts.

Tonikawa has achieved exceptional popularity; the manga series has sold over 4 million copies. It was one of the 2019 “Next Manga Award” winners.

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The series has almost 20 volumes in print and issued as of 2022.

Before releasing Tonikawa, the creator, Kenjiro Hata, wrote the series Hayate the Combat Butler.

Seven Arcs, best known for producing Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha, created the first season of the anime adaption, which premiered in 2020.

Hiroshi Ikehata, who has directed episodes of Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, and FLCL Progressive, and Gurren Lagann directed the anime.

Viz Media has licensed the Tonikawa manga (published as Fly Me to the Moon), and the animation is available to view on Crunchyroll.

Tonikawa Season 2 Trailer

Tonikawa’s Season 2 trailer has been uploaded on Crunchyroll! Season 2 of the show is currently under production, according to the studio.

The clip features iconic scenes from Season 1 as well as a new aesthetic for Season 2.

Tonikawa Season 2 Latest News

Fans of Tonikawa have a lot to look forward to in late 2022 and early 2023!

Along with the announcement of the second season, it was revealed that Tonikawa will receive additional episodes for Season 1!

According to the Tonikawa website, the twelfth episode will premiere on November 22, 2022. The episode is titled “Seifuku,” and it features all of the first season’s returning staff and actors.

The episode will be available on Crunchyroll, along with the original series for North American fans.

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Tonikawa Season 1 Ending

Tonikawa’s first season finished with several really warm and fuzzy moments. Nasa becomes ill after overworking himself, which concerns Tsukasa. She looks after him while he is sick, but NASA is only concerned that he will transfer it to her. He does, however, rest on Tsukasa’s guarantee.

The next day, Nasa feels better, and the pair travels to the summer festival. They have a lot of fun and spend a lot of valuable time there. During the event, they also meet Kaname, Aya, Chitose, and her maids. Tsukasa also receives her first smartphone, which Nasa assists her in configuring. She uses her new phone to send emails to her pals and, of course, Nasa.

As Nasa goes to work, the pair returns to their normal routine. Tsukasa is feeling lonely at home. When he returns, the two lie down on the futon and embrace. The anime ends with the two sleeping together on the same futon, embracing each other.

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