Tsukiuta is one of the most long-awaited series for its season two. It was set to release in 2019. But for some reason, it was pushed to April 2022. Now, due to the COVID-19 situation, everything is on delay.
Thus, the second season of Tsukiuta again was in hold. The series was now estimated to premiere in July 2022. But is it going to release in July 2022? Let’s know in this page.
The Story of Tsukiuta:
The series is similar to the idol anime, bang dreams. It generally gets a lot of attention from girls and especially the BL lovers. Tsukiuta is a character in the CD series. It started as a music collaboration between Vocaloid producers and popular voice actors.
As of now, it has extended in a large version. Now it is a media franchise with a range of relevant merchandise. It also composes animation, multiple stage plays, manga anthologies, and video games.
The Official Announcement:
The official website for ‘Tsukiuta The Animation’ revealed the release date. The anime is going to release in April 2022. The Tsukiuta The Animation, the second season, is exposing on Saturday.
The website has also posted two poster visuals announcing the premiere date. It also featured the units Six Gravity and Procellarum.
The anime is part of the Tsukino Talent Production (TsukiPro) franchise. It has also issued the TsukiPro the Animation television anime. This has the basis of four groups. Those are likely, SOARA, Growth, SolidS, and QUELL.
The Characters: Tsukiuta The Animation: Season 2
The characters of Tsukiuta have four idol groups. Among them, two are male, and two are female idol groups.
Idol is with twelve men and women each. Every person symbolizes their selective months. The upcoming anime is going to feature the men and female groups in the following patterns-
- Yuuki Kaji as Kakeru Shiwasu
- Kousuke Toriumi as Hajime Mutsuki
- Toshiki Masuda as Koi Kisaragi
- Tomoaki Maeno as Haru Yayoi
- Yoshimasa Hosoya as Arata Uzuki
- KENN as Aoi Satsuki
- Shouta Aoi as Rui Minazuki
- Wataru Hatano as Kai Fuzuki
- Tetsuya Kakihara as Yō Hazuki
- Takashi Kondo as Yoru Nagatsuki
- Kensho Ono as Iku Kannazuki
- Ryohei Kimura as Shun Shimotsuki
- Masahiro Yamanaka as Kanade Tsukishiro
- Yasuhiro Mamiya as Hiroshi Kurotsuki