Rent-a-Girlfriend Season 2 Releases Main Visual

With its July 1 premiere visible on the horizon, the upcoming Rent-a-Girlfriend Season 2 has released a main visual, which features heroines Chizuru Mizuhara, Mami Nanami, Ruka Sarashina, and Sumi fashionable outfits as petals fall around them.

Last week saw the release of the anime’s main trailer, while preceding weeks featured trailers that highlighted its main female characters.

Rent-a-Girlfriend is based on the manga by Reiji Miyajimawhich began in 2017 and has 26 tankoubon volumes as of May 2022. The first season of the anime aired in 2020. Crunchyroll and Muse Asia will stream the second season as part of their Summer 2022 lineup.


Kodansha describes the manga as:

In today’s Japan, “rental” services can deliver an afternoon with a “friend,” a “parent,” even a fake girlfriend! After a staggering betrayal by his girlfriend, hapless freshman Kazuya gets just desperate enough to give it a try. But he quickly discovers how complicated it can be to “rent” an emotional connection, and his new “girlfriend,” who’s trying to keep her side hustle secret, will panic when she finds out her real life and Kazuya’s are intertwined in surprising ways! Family, school, and life all start to go wrong, too… It’s sweet but nave boy meets cute but ruthless girl in this 21st-century manga rom-com!

Returning staff for Rent-a-Girlfriend‘s second season include Kazuomi Koga as director, Mitsutaka Hirota as series composer, Kanna Hirayama as character designer, Fumiko Ishiguro as color designer, Minoru Akiba as art director, Shintarou Sakai as photography director, and Kenichi Maeyamada/Hyadain as music composer. TMS Entertainment is in charge of the animation production again, but now with Comet Studio credited with production assistance.

Meanwhile, reprising their roles are Shun Horie as Kazuya Kinoshita, Sora Amamiya as Chizuru, Aoi Yuuki as Mama, Nao Touyama as Ruka, and Rie Takahashi as Sumi.

The manga is serialized in Weekly Shonen Magazine and published under the Kodansha Comics label. The Kanojo, Hitomishimasu spin-off centering on Sumi began in 2020 and has three tankoubon volumes as of May 2021.

Sources: @kanokari_anime

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