Uzaki-chan Wants to Hang Out! Season 2 Promo

Uzaki-chan Wants to Hang Out

The production  team behind the television anime Uzaki -chan Wants to Hang Out!) The second promo video for the show’s second season is on Thursday. The trailer previews the finale music track “Happy Life” by YouTuber MKLNtic, the virtual unit that sings.

The anime premieres on October 1 through AT-X along with ABC TV, October 2 on Tokyo MX, and October 3 on TV Aichi and BS11. In addition, the d’Alene Store services will be streaming the show in Japan from October 1. According to reports that next season is expected to include 13 episodes.

Uzaki-chan Wants to Hang Out! Season 2 Promo Video

YouTuber MKLNtic, the virtual singing unit of MKLNtic, will perform the final theme tune, “Happy Life” . Kano, as well as Uzaki-chan, are returning to perform the brand-new opening song, “Ichigo Ichie Celebration” (Once-in-a-Lifetime Celebration).

One of the directors of episodes for the initial season Shinichi Fukumoto is now an associate director for the second season. The new series will see Masahiko Suzuki and Shinpei Koikawa join Manabu Kurihara as animators.

Satoshi Okubo is the new art director and scenic artist. Haruko N. and Yusuke Yamamoto are brand new color key artists and compositing cinematographers and compositing cinematographers, respectively. INCS toenter Co.,ltd. is working with zuvo on the production of sound. Satoshi Igarashi is working with Tatsuya Yano Yuri Morita and Naoki Tani (HANO) on music.

Summary Uzaki-chan Wants to Hang Out! Season 2

Seven Seas will release this manga in English, and the manga describes the story as follows:

Sakurai Shinichi’s main desire is tranquility and peace. However, Uzaki Hana, the vivacious and gifted student, has other ideas. She just wants to get out and ridicule him. With your charm and determination, This could begin a fantastic relationship!

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