What You Need to Know Ao Ashi Season 2

Aoashi is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Yūgo Kobayashi and based on a concept by Naohiko Ueno.

Distributed by NHK, Disney+, Crunchyroll, and NHK General TV.

The production company is Production I.G.

The Anime Ao Ashi is Based on?

At this point, it is unclear where the second season of Ao Ashi could take us because we do not have enough information about the manga. Specifically, due to a lack of knowledge in general, we do not know how many chapters the show might adapt if it happens at all. Accordingly, below is an overview of the show’s plot based on what little information exists.

Ao Ashi tells the story of a talented but difficult high schooler, Ashito Aoi. Tatsuya Fukuda, the football coach at Ehime City Middle School, believes in him and allows him to join his team. This could be a sign that Japanese football is on the rise.

Ao Ashi Season 2 Release Date
Ao Ashi Season 2 Release Date

When Will Ao Ashi Season 2 Be Released?

We anticipate releasing the second season of Ao Ashi in 2023, assuming that it is not canceled before then. The first season of the anime series is coming to a close, but there has been an increased demand for more episodes since its initial release.

Ao Ashi Season 2
Ao Ashi Season 2

Will there be an Ao Ashi Season 3?

As of this moment, it is unknown whether Ao Ashi will be returning for a second season. However, based on how the series has performed so far and the amount of material that remains to be adapted, there is a good chance that another installment will occur. Whether or not this happens depends largely on how the potential second season goes.

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What is the Synopsis of Ao Ashi Season 2?

In a quiet rural town, the spotlight of a local junior high school football team rests on one player: Ashito Aoi. Known for his unpredictable moves and self-centered playing style, Ashito is the sole powerhouse pushing his team through an important high school preliminary tournament. However, their win streak is short-lived—an opponent causes Ashito to lose his temper and act violently, resulting in his removal from the rest of the game.

Without their star player, the team is quickly eliminated from the tournament. Just as he believes all hope is lost, Ashito is approached by a youth team coach named Tatsuya Fukuda who senses potential in him, and Fukuda invites him for tryouts in Tokyo. In an unfamiliar setting surrounded by talent, Ashito must bring out the best of his ability to prove himself and secure what could be a life-changing career. (Source: MyAnimeList)

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Characters & Voice Actors of Ao Ashi

Here is a list of the potential cast list for season 2.

  • Ciarán Strange as Ashito Aoi
  • Marisa Duran as Hana Ichijo
  • Douglas Gill as Tsukishima
  • Giovannie Cruz as Kaneko Aoi
  • Mac Welch as Yui Masuko
  • Molly Zhang as Anri Kaido
  • Nicholas Markgraf as Male Musashino 21B
  • Eduardo Vildasol as Kengo Myojin
  • Kelsey Maher as Sawa
  • Spencer Liles as Numazu
  • Kelly Greenshield as Haruta Midori
  • Jim Foronda as Isshiki
  • Landon McDonald as Kouji Satake
  • Brienne Olvera as Akutsu
  • Alex Mai as Mibu
  • Christopher Wehkamp as Eita Takasugi
  • Erica Muse as Additional Voices
  • Brianna Roberts as Boy 12A

The Popularity of the Anime

The anime warren is ranked #1371 on Myanimelist’s popularity rankings. compared to other popular animes, this anime has a high rating. It has an average search volume on Google and about 1.4m followers on Twitter. As fans, we encourage you to recommend Ao Ashi to your loved ones to get more fans.

Is There a Released Trailer for Ao Ashi Season 2?

Unfortunately, no confirmed return, so that means no new trailer. As far as we know, filming hasn’t even started yet, it looks like it’s going to take a while.

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