In January 2023 Will See The Release Of Tokyo Revengers Season 2

In a brutal new preview trailer for The Christmas Showdown arc, Tokyo Revengers season 2 has just been confirmed to debut in January 2023.

The Tokyo Revengers adaptation from Liden Films, which replaced the mega-franchise My Hero Academia, was unquestionably the most well-liked series from the 2021 Spring and Summer broadcasting slates.

The time-travelling anime may not have been as “hard-hitting” as some other shows, but the Toman Gang is a group of fighters who know how to handle themselves under pressure. On September 18, Tokyo Revengers’ debut season came to a close. The anime was then picked up for a second season in December.

Here is everything fans need to know about the highly anticipated second season of Tokyo Revengers, which has been scheduled for January 2023, according to a brand-new trailer for the “Christmas Showdown” arc that was recently shared online.

Tokyo Revengers Wastes No Time In Revealing Season 2 Production

Fortunately, the news of the renewal didn’t take long to reach fans; Tokyo Revengers season 2 was unveiled at the Jump Festa 2022 convention, where it was confirmed that the Christmas Conflict Arc was already in production.

“On Saturday, December 18th, at the TV anime “Tokyo Revengers” Sube Akira Wei Bento-Tokyo Revengers Tachikawa-Dori Rinfu- (Special Event-Tachikawa Tsuringu-), “Sacred Night Battle Edition” It has been announced that the production will be decided! The production decision was announced along with the PV that picked up the impressive scenes to “Blood Halloween Edition”, so please take a look at the PV as well!” – Season 2 announcement, via the Tokyo Revengers Anime website.

Thanks to the show’s global popularity and the accessibility of the manga series’ source material, few fans were overly surprised by the announcement of Tokyo Revengers season 2 even though they were happy to have the show’s return officially confirmed.

Tokyo Revengers season 2 Release
Tokyo Revengers Season 2 Release

It’s not particularly difficult to see how well-liked Toman is all over the world, even though Crunchyroll doesn’t publicly disclose its viewership figures for simulcast titles. Tokyo Revengers season 1 received ratings from more than 561,000 viewers, resulting in an impressive (and well-deserved) 8.07/10 rating.

Additional stellar ratings and reviews can be found on a plethora of other user-based rating websites, such as an 8.1/10 on IMDB, 4.8/5 on Crunchyroll, and 4.2/5 on AnimePlanet.

“What interests me the most about this show is the way our protagonist wants to protect his girlfriend but 8 episodes in and he’s already growing bonds with others, I’ve grown attached to characters like Mikey and Draken for their badass persona and their fluctuating relationship always has me on the edge of my seat because you know at the back of your mind that there will be a domino effect on events.” – User MikuNakano223, via MyAnimeList.

The availability of the source material is another issue, as season 1 only covered volume 8 chapter 73 of Ken Wakui’s original manga series in episode 24 of season 1.

The good news is that there should be enough source material for at least two more anime seasons as of November 2023, when 29 volumes and 260 chapters were published in Japan.

Interestingly, prior to the official announcement, online rumours that Tokyo Revengers season 2 was already in production were circulating. This was a result of Tatsuhisa Suzuki’s talent management agency telling Yahoo News Japan that “production of the second season of the anime has already started.” Tatsuhisa Suzuki is the voice actor for Draken.

Since that interview, though, it has emerged that Suzuki would be replaced by Masaya Fukunishi due to a deterioration in his health and claims that he had an extramarital affair with a female colleague.

The release date for Tokyo Revengers Season 2 Is Finally Confirmed

All Tokyo Revengers fans were happy to hear that the Christmas Conflict Arc was being adapted, but a season 2 release date was sadly not announced at the December Jump Festa event.

The popular anime series will return in January 2023, according to a brand-new teaser trailer for the upcoming second season that was recently shared online.

“The visuals show Hanagaki martial arts with a strong front, Chifuyu Matsuno, Takashi Mitsuya, Hakkai Shiba, and Manjiro Sano and Ken Ryuguji staring at the martial arts. It has also been decided that “8.3 Conflict” and “Blood Halloween Edition” will be broadcast on each station from July in preparation for the broadcast of “Christmas Eve” – Comic Natalie.

Sadly, a more precise date has not been given, although it is logical to assume that the anime will resume its regular broadcast block in Japan at that time.

Expected voice Cast for “Tokyo Revengers Season 2”

Additionally, season 2 will begin simulcasting abroad on Crunchyroll in January 2023, with episode 1 of the show probably premiering on either January 1st or January 8th.

The following voice cast for season 2 was confirmed by the most current trailer, which you can view below:

  • Budo Hanagaki (Takemichi): Yuki Shin
  • Hinata Tachibana: Azumi Waki
  • Naoto Tachibana (Naoto): Ryota Osaka
  • Sano Manjiro (Mikey): Isamu Hayashi
  • Ken Ryuguji (Draken): Masaya Fukunishi
  • Chifuyu Matsuno: Sho Kano
  • Mitsuya Takashi: Matsuoka Teijo
  • Shiba Hachikai: Yu Hatanaka
  • Keisuke Bachi: Masaaki Mizunaka
  • Haruki Hayashida (Perchin): Subaru Kimura
  • Ryohei Hayashi (Peiyan): Yukihiro Notsuyama
  • Nahoya Kawada (Smiley): Kengo Kawanishi
  • Yasuhiro Muto (Mucho): Daisuke Ono
  • Hitotora Hamiya (Hanyu): Shunichi Toki
  • Atsushi Sendo (Acchan): Takuatsu Terashima
  • Takuya Yamamoto: Yuya Hirose
  • Makoto Suzuki: Shunsuke Takeuchi
  • Kazushi Yamagishi: Shota Hayama
  • Emma Sano: Yumi Uchiyama
  • Tetsuta Risaki: Shotaro Morikubo
  • Shuji Hanma: Takuya Eguchi
  • Inui Seimune: Junya Enoki
  • Hajime Kui: Natsuki Hanae
  • Shiba Daiju: Sugita Tomokazu
  • Yuzuha Shiba: Mikako Komatsu

Season 2’s episode count has not been made public, but season 1’s 24 episodes were broadcast over two straight seasons.

How To Read The Original Manga Series In English

You can check out the original and ongoing manga series of Tokyo Revengers if you can’t wait for season 2 of the anime. Although Japan has released 29 complete Tankobon volumes, only 26 of them are now available to read in English (volume 27 arrives on October 11, 2022).

At the moment, Kodansha makes the series available for streaming on Comixology Unlimited, INKR, INKYPEN, Kindle Unlimited, and Mangano.


A devastating new preview trailer for The Christmas Showdown arc confirms Tokyo Revengers season 2 will arrive in January 2023. Besides My Hero Academia, Liden Films’ Tokyo Revengers adaption was the most popular series of the 2021 Spring and Summer broadcasting slate.

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