NhK Anime World's official Twitter account announced that the anime adaptation of To Your Eternity (Jap.: Fumetsu no Anata e) will receive a second season (To Your Eternity Season 2), which will be broadcast in Japan in 2022. You can see a first visual further down in the article.
To Your Eternity Season 2 Release Date
The 20-part first season of To Your Eternity was produced under the direction of Masahiko Murata (Naruto Shippuden) at the studio Brain's Base. Shinzou Fujita (Berserk) wrote the screenplay, while Koji Yabuno (Space Brothers) contributed the character design.
The weekly broadcast of the series took place between April and August 2021 on Japanese television. The final episode will be released today at 6:30 p.m. in the original sound with English subtitles on Crunchyroll.
On the official Twitter account of the anime series “To Your Eternity” (jap.: “Fumetsu no Anata e”) it was recently announced that the second season will be aired on Japanese TV from October 23, 2022. You can find a new visual about it further down in the article.
The original manga was written by A Silent Voice author Yoshitoki Ooima and has been published in Japan since November 2016.
To Your Eternity Season 2 Visual
Characters, Cast and Staff To Your Eternity
I. Characters and Cast
|The Observer||Kenjiro Tsuda|
Fushi is an immortal being created by The Beholder and placed on Earth to preserve the world. His name can be written with the kanji 不死 literally meaning No Death/Undying. March, his mother figure, gave him this name. It was called “the Orb” in its original form.
Pioran is an old woman from Takunaha who was imprisoned in Yanome and enlisted as a shaman by to perform the Spirit Bear ritual. She escaped from Yanome captivity with March, Parona, and Fushi. Pioran acts as a mentor to Fushi, teaching him how to speak and write.
Hayase was a government official of Yanome who became obsessed with the immortal (Fushi).
Tonari Dalton is a girl that Fushi meets on the island of Jananda. She used to be the island's Chief before traveling as doctors with Sandel.
The Beholder is Fushi's creator and the narrator of To Your Eternity.
II. Production Team
|Series Composition||Shinzo Fujita|
|Original Creator||Yoshitoki Oima|
|Character Design||Koji Yabuno|
|Studio||Brain's Base (Blood Lad, Spice and Wolf, Kiss Him Not Me, Gakuen Babysitters & In/Spectre)|
To Your Eternity Plot
In the tundra, far away from civilization, an immortal being is abandoned, which slowly makes its way through the snow-covered wasteland. Soon it meets a boy who lives in the middle of this snow desert and decides to join him. And so begins the journey of the immortal. A journey full of experiences and chance encounters in a relentless world.
To Your Eternity: Action
To Your Eternity is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Yoshitoki Ōima. It has been serialized in Weekly Shōnen Magazine since November 2016, with individual chapters collected by Kodansha into sixteen tankōbon volumes as of August 2021.
An Orb, known only as It, is cast to Earth to be observed from afar. Capable of changing forms from beings whose reflections It captures, It first becomes a rock and then, due to the rising temperature, moss.
It does not move until one snowy day, a wolf at death's door barely crosses by. When It takes the animal's form, It attains awareness of its consciousness and starts to wander with an unclear destination in mind. Soon, It comes across the wolf's master—a young boy waiting for his tribe to return from a paradise abundant with fish and fruit in the south. Although the boy is lonely, he still hopes those whom he holds dear in his memories have not forgotten him and that he will reunite with them one day.
The boy wants to explore new surroundings and decides to abandon his home with It to find the paradise using the traces his tribe left behind. However, with a heavily injured body and no sight of his elder comrades, what will become of the boy?
Fumetsu no Anata e illustrates the story of an immortal being experiencing humanity, meeting all types of people in many places throughout time.