Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy’s 2nd Season Set for January 2024 Premiere, Teaser Trailer Released


The second season of Tsukimichi -Moonlit Fantasy- has received a teaser trailer and visual, as well as a January 2024 premiere date. The TV anime will have two continuous cours.

J.C.Staff is producing Tsukimichi -Moonlit Fantasy- Season 2 instead of C2C. Director Shinji Ishikawa, series composer Kenta Ihara, character designer Yukie Suzuki, and music composer Yasuharu Takanashi are reprising their staff roles.

The returning cast includes Hanae Natsuki as Makoto Misumi, Ayane Sakura as Tomoe, Akari Kitou as Mio, and Kenjirou Tsuda as Shiki.

The first season of the show aired in 2021 with 12 episodes. Crunchyroll describes the premise as:

Makoto Misumi was just an average teenager who suddenly was summoned to another world as a “hero.” But the goddess of this world called him ugly and took his hero status away from him, then sent him to the ends of the world. He meets dragons, spiders, orcs, dwarves, and many other non-human races in the wastelands. Makoto manages to show promise in the use of magic and fighting, which he wouldn’t have been able to do in his former world. He has numerous encounters, but will he be able to survive this new world? A fantasy where a guy who gods and humanity had abandoned tries to reset his life in this new world is about to begin!


The AlphaPolis-published Tsukimichi -Moonlit Fantasy- light novels that inspired the anime began publication in 2013 and have 19 volumes (including a side story volume) as of August 2022. The book are penned by Kei Azumi and illustrated by Mitsuaki Matsumoto.

Tsukimichi -Moonlit Fantasy- has also inspired a manga by Kotora Kino. The story began as a Shousetsuka ni Narou web novel.

Source: @tsukimichi_PR

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