Tokyo Revengers will return for the second season two years after the first season’s premiere in January. Hanagaki Takemichi, the brilliant time-traveling hero of Tokyo Revengers, will carry on with his mission to save Hinata Tachibana, Manjirou, and Ken.
When and Where to Watch Tokyo Revengers: Christmas Showdown?
The first episode of Tokyo Revengers season 2 will air in Japan on January 8th. However, the majority of viewers worldwide will see it on January 7 in accordance with their local time zones. Distinct time zones will have different domestic releases in Japan. The airing time in various time zones is as follows:
Saturday, January 7, 9:08 a.m. PST (Pacific Standard Time).
Indian Standard Time (IST): 10:38 PM on Saturday, January 7 Eastern Standard Time (EST): 12:08 PM on Sunday, January 8 British Standard Time (BST): 5:08 PM on Saturday, January 7 Greenwich Mean Time (GMT): 5.08 pm on Saturday, January 7 European Standard Time (EST): 6:08 PM on Saturday, January 7
For most international audiences, each episode will be accessible on the Disney Plus streaming service. Crunchyroll is unable to purchase the streaming rights this time. But in the US, Hulu owns streaming rights.
The Cast of Tokyo Revengers Season 2
The show’s cast has also been verified by the most recent trailer. This season, the majority of the familiar faces are back, along with some fresh voices. Cast members for Tokyo Revengers: Christmas Showdown include:
Yuki Shin portrays Takemichi a.k.a. Budo Hanagaki.
As Hinata Tachibana, Azumi Waki.
Naoto Tachibana is played by Ryota Osaka.
As Sano Manjiro, Isamu Hayashi.
As Ken Ryuguji, Masaya Fukunishi.
As Chifuyu Matsuno, Sho Kano.
As Mitsuya Takashi, Matsuoka Teijo.
As Shiba Hachikai, Yu Hatanaka.
Keisuke Bachi is played by Masaaki Mizunaka.
Haruki Hayashida, played by Subaru Kimura.
Playing Ryohei Hayashi is Yukihiro Notsuyama.
Nahoya Kawada, played by Kengo Kawanishi.
Yasuhiro Muto is played by Daisuke Ono.
Hitotora Hamiya is played by Shunichi Toki.
As Atsushi Sendo, Takuatsu Terashima.
Takuya Yamamoto is played by Yuya Hirose.
Makoto Suzuki, played by Shunsuke Takeuchi.
as Kazushi Yamagishi, Shota Hayama.
Emma Sano, played by Yumi Uchiyama.
Tetsuta Risaki, played by Shotaro Morikubo.
Shuji Hanma is played by Takuya Eguchi.
As Inui Seimune, Junya Enoki.
Hajime Kui as played by Natsuki Hanae
Shiba Daiju is played by Sugita Tomokazu.
Yuzuha Shiba is played by Mikako Komatsu.
But Masaya Fukunishi has taken over for Tatsuhisa Suzuki as the recognisable voice of Draken from season 1. Manabu Ostuzuki was replaced by Rumi Matsumoto, so the art director has also changed. But like in season 1, Liden Films will continue to produce the show.
What to Expect from Tokyo Revengers: Christmas Showdown?
According to the Disney+ show’s official synopsis, “Traveling back to middle school, Takemichi rewrites his life story to preserve his sweetheart.”
Season 2 of Tokyo Revengers will mostly centre on the Christmas Showdown arc of Ken Wakui’s manga of the same name, as the Shiba siblings are the major feature of this arc. This is in keeping with the manga, as this arc is the subject of the season. The conflicted relationship between Taiju Shiba and his younger brothers Yuzuha and Hakkai will be the main focus of the story. However, after appearing in the season’s last episode, Seishu Inui and Hajime Kokonoi will play significant roles.
One of the most watched shows on the 2021 spring and summer broadcasting schedules was Tokyo Revengers. The programme has since grown in popularity among viewers. In September 2021, the anime’s final episode was broadcast. It was only revived for its follow-up, Tokyo Revengers: Christmas Showdown, in December of that year.
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