Fans are still waiting for Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy Season 2. It is an isekai anime based on the light novel written by Kei Azumi. Unlike other isekai tropes, this anime has a unique plot where the Goddess despises the main character. After the first season, the messy journey of Makoto and his peers will continue to the next season.
There is no further news on the teaser for the second season. The teaser video indicated that C2C studio will keep handling the production of the second season. The official Twitter account of Tsukimichi started the second season in September 2021.
It has been a year since the post. Yet no new information has been released related to Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy Season 2. But, fans should not lose hope. The official Twitter page stated that they would rebroadcast the anime’s first season in October 2022. Hopefully, there will be some news about the second season in late 2022.
The official YouTube of Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy also released a teaser for the second season. But, the content of the teaser is only a promotional video clip from the first season of the anime with a bit of last-second confirmation.
Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy Plot
Most isekai anime has a general plot, which is transferred as heroes and then receives divine blessings from Gods. But for Makoto, it is far from the truth.
Instead of blessing, he received scorn. Unfortunately for him, the goddess is the embodiment of superficiality. She despises his ugly face and tosses him to the wasteland making his regular as an average teenager life upside-down.
Lucky for him, the God from his original world pities him and decides to give him a blessing. The start of the compelling story of Makoto in Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy begins.
What happened so far in the series?
In the final episode of Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy, Makoto confronts Sofia Bulga, who is a powerful adventurer, and Mitsurugi. It happens because the goddess kidnaps him when he is using the teleportation circle. She decides to use him as a pawn to stop the demon army’s scheme.
In the end, he defeats both of them with his combat skills. The huge magic power he releases from the sky obliterates the battleground resulting in a stalemate between the demon and the human army. Successfully escaping the war, Makoto continues his life.
The journey which starts from nothing becomes something to him. Building a community, becoming a trader, and connecting with other humans, he strives to be a better person. For better or worse, we can see Makoto’s character development. Could he achieve his goal? We can see it when the upcoming season of Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy is released.
How much source material is left for Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy Season 2?
The light novel Tsukimichi Moonlit Fantasy was written by Kei Azumi. It was first published by AlphaPolis on May 2013. 18 volumes of light novels have been released since. The manga adaptation was also released in 2015. Kotora Kino is responsible for drawing the manga series.
The first season of the anime covers 4 volumes of light novels and 59 chapters of manga series. It means Tsukimichi Moonlit Fantasy 2nd season will also cover at least the same number. If this series has amazing sales, we can expect more seasons for this series.
The popular streaming platform, Crunchyroll licensed this series worldwide excluding Asian territories. For Southeast Asia, Medialink took the right to stream it via their YouTube channel Ani-One Asia. Unfortunately, only fans who have premium access features can watch the anime.
For now, there is still no clear news from the series aside that the second season got a greenlit. Moreover, the staff only released a teaser trailer so far. Just stay tuned for more anime news of Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy.
The official Japanese name is Tsuki ga Michibiku Isekai Douchu. It is translated to Journey in an Alternate World Guided by the Moon in English.
We expect that in late December 2022 after the last episode of the Tsukimichi rebroadcast ends.
You can watch it on Crunchyroll. If you are in Asia, you can watch it on the Ani-One YouTube channel. But you need to be a member to watch this series.