Shaman King: Flowers Anime Coming in 2024, Teaser Trailer and Visual Released

©武井宏之・講談社/SHAMAN KING FLOWERS Project.

The Shaman King anime sequel, which has been revealed to have the title of Shaman King: Flowers, is set to premiere in Japan in January 2024. A teaser trailer and visual were released as well.

The follow-up to 2021’s Shaman King adaptation was first announced last April, where it was revealed that the story will revolve around Hana, the son of Yoh Asakura and Anna Kyoyama. 

Shaman King: Flowers is based on the manga of the same name by Hiroyuki Takei, which ran from 2012 to 2014 in Shueisha’s Jump X before being followed up by the ongoing Shaman King: The Super Star. Kodansha describes the plot as:

The action returns in this brand-new sequel to SHAMAN KING! Hana Asakura finds that being the son of Yoh & Anna Asakura isn’t all it’s cracked up to be, and his boredom has him itching for any kind of excitement. But when a fight comes straight to his doorstep, it’s from a place he least expects—his own family? The battle for Asakura supremacy begins!

Like Yoh, Hana is voiced by Youko Hikasa. The other cast members of Shaman King Flowers are Katsuyuki Konishi as Amidamaru, Sumire Uesaka as Alumi Niumbirch, Shun Horie as Yohane Asakura, Michiko Kaiden as Gakko Ibuki, and Romi Park as Tao Men.

©武井宏之・講談社/SHAMAN KING FLOWERS Project.

Meanwhile, the staff includes:

• Director: Jouji Furuta (Shaman King

• Series composer: Shouji Yonemura (Shaman King

• Character designer: Mayuko Yamamoto (Lycoris Recoil animation director) 

• Over Soul designer: Toshiomi Iizumi (Shaman King animation director) 

• Over Soul designer: Satoshi Mutsuda (Shaman King animation director) a

• Color designer: Natsuko Ootsuka (Shaman King

• Compositing director: Teruyuki Kawase (Shaman King)

• Art director: Jinya Kimura (Shaman King

• Music composer: Yuuki Hayashi (Shaman King

Bridge is once again the animation production company.

The original Shaman King manga ran from 1998 to 2004 with 32 tankoubon volumes. It was originally published by Shueisha before being republished by Kodansha in 2018. It later inspired the 2011 Shaman King: Zero manga, Shaman King: Flowers, and Shaman King: The Super Star. There was an earlier 2001 anime adaptation prior to the 2021 show.


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