Japanese manga series Flying Witch is written and drawn by Chihiro Ishizuka. Its Japanese title is Hepburn: Furaingu Witchi. Since August 2012, it has been published in serial form in Kodansha’s Bessatsu Shnen Magazine. As of June 2021, all 10 tankbon volumes will contain all of the magazine’s chapters. Between April and June 2016, J.C. Staff produced and broadcast an anime television series adaptation.
While this animal series was written by Deko Akao, the Flying Witch anime series was created by Atsushi Kirimoto, Yohei Ito, Shunsuke Nara, Hiroyuki Inage, and Kazunari Sengoku. Music for the anime series was created by Yoshiaki Dewa. Animatsu Entertainment’s license allowed Flying Witch to make its debut in the UK, while Sentai Filmworks’ licensing allowed the anime series to debut in North America.
On April 10, 2016, on BS Nittele, MMT, Sun TV, RAB, and NTV, the anime adaptation of the manga series debuted, roughly 4 years after the manga series. Only 12 episodes of the Flying Witch anime were produced, and on June 26 of that year, the series came to an end. The release date for season 2 of Flying Witch is something that viewers are interested in knowing.
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Flying Witch Season 2 Voice Artists
Flying Witch Season 2 may have the same voice artists as Season 1. Let’s meet them.
- Minami Shinoda (Japanese); Stephanie Wittels (English) as Makoto Kowata
- Ai Kayano (Japanese); Tiffany Grant (English) as Chito
- Eri Suzuki (Japanese); Juliet Simmons (English) as Chinatsu Kuramoto
- Shinsuke Sugawara (Japanese); Adam Gibbs (English) as Kei Kuramoto
- Mitsuru Ogata (Japanese); John Swasey (English) as Keiji Kuramoto
- Kikuko Inoue (Japanese); Joanne Bonasso (English) as Nana Kuramoto
- Kana Aoi (Japanese); Christina Kelly (English) as Akane Kowata
- Ayane Sakura (Japanese); Kyle Colby Jones (English) as Kenny
- Shiori Mikami (Japanese); Chaney Moore (English) as Nao Ishiwatari
- Mari Hino (Japanese); Chelsea McCurdy (English) as Inukai
Flying Witch Season 1 Plot
A teenage witch named Makoto Kowata relocates from Yokohama to Aomori in northern Honshu to finish her education and mature into a full-fledged witch. She had made plans to remain on the farm of her cousins, the Kuramotos. A visit to the mall in the village of Hirasaki swiftly converts her younger cousin Chinatsu, who initially thinks Makoto is strange for talking to her cat, Chito-san. Makoto purchases a broomstick among other items to use for flying. She allows Chinatsu to use her brand-new broomstick to return to the farm. Chinatsu is overjoyed. She starts to warm up to Makoto and loses her fear of magic.
Chinatsu is alarmed when a strange, towering man shows up at their front door. He is recognized by Makoto as the Spring Harbinger. The Harbinger says that she is being welcomed to the region and that this is just a polite call. Makoto gives him a polite greeting and expresses gratitude for providing the stunning Spring greenery and flowers. She extends to him two pieces of the just harvested mandrake root. The Harbinger gives her praise for the amazing present. As an apology for frightening Chinatsu, he offers her a pot of petunias.
In the mist, the newspaper carrier appears and offers Akane a newspaper with wonderful neighborhood news. When Makoto notices the magical newspaper, Akane says that Makoto needs to buy one as well. It had been a while since she received information “from the other side.” Akane comes upon a report that a flying whale would be close while reading the magical newspaper. Makoto and Chinatsu are brought along to observe it. They discover Anzu Shiina there already as they fly up onto the whale for a ride. She is examining the ancient structures constructed on the whale’s back. Anzu is invited to their home for breakfast. Kei cooks hotcakes, and they all have breakfast together while chatting amicably.
In a nod to “The Tale of the Grateful Crane,” Makoto refuses to let Chinatsu watch her sew. The finished robe makes Chinatsu very pleased, and she proudly displays it to her family. Later, an inebriated Akane makes her way back from the Hirasaki Neputa Festival. Groundfish is discovered by Makoto and Akane while they search for a missing mandrake root. They resemble regular fish, except they dwell underground. Because they enjoy festivals, the fish are congregating. Akane shares some of her sake with them. The fish take in copious amounts of water, undergo color changes, and float upward. They start to light in a festive lantern-like manner. Makoto marvels and grins as he observes them.
Flying Witch Season 2 Release Date
One of the cozy and fantastic anime shows is Flying Witch. You are seriously lacking in life if you haven’t watched this series. Flying Witch has to be immediately added to your watchlist. It received fantastic reviews from the audience and an IMDb rating of 7.2 out of 10. Let’s speak about the season one launch date for Flying Witch, which was on April 10, 2016.
The anime series has a weekly premiere for each episode. Nevertheless, since the first episode of season 1 of the show aired over five years ago, the anime’s producers have remained silent. Even if it’s been a while, there aren’t many opportunities for a sequel. However, all we can do is wait and hope that Flying Witch Season 2 will be renewed.
Flying Witch Season 2 Story
One of the factors contributing to the success and appeal of the anime series is the incredible plot in Flying Witch. A teenage witch named Makoto is central to the story of Flying Witch. To live with her relatives, Makoto relocated to Hirosaki, Aomori from Yokohama, the second-largest city in Japan by population. She introduced witchcraft and performed it in Hirosaki.
Numerous audiences have already shown interest in the story. However, because Flying Witch Season 2 has not yet been renewed, the plot of Flying Witch Season 2 has not yet been made public. So yes! There is a slight delay for all of the viewers. We may anticipate it quite soon because the series has not yet been terminated or renewed.
Where To Watch Flying Witch Season 2?
Flying Witch Season 2 is yet to be announced but you can stream Season 1 on Crunchyroll. Stay Tuned for further information. Happy Reading!!!