Second season of Hanamaru delivers probably everything you could expect from a sequel to the first season. More Japanese swords and polearms transformed into either cute or handsome B O I S and their wholesome slice of life type adventures.
Getting to the point, if you're a fan of either Touken Ranbu, or just the TR anime, it's a must watch.
Art style is pretty generic, but it's still enjoyable to look at, animation is fluid and overall it's doing it's job.
Can't seem to recall any music that stood out other than the opening.
Moving from the audiovisual stuff, lets talk about the most important aspect of
this series. Characters. If you're looking for psychological anime with a lot of character development and moral questions, you won't find it here. And that's good. Those are really straightforward characters and I need to say, it's hard to dislike any of them, especially if you played the TR game. In this show you will find a lot of lighthearted, heartwarming situations, some small dramas here and there with a lot of comedy thrown into it.
Just seeing your favourite swords (or naginatas or yari or whatever) in the action really gives you a big smile on your face.
So if you're looking for a wholesome show about really likable male characters, their lifes, interactions between them, struggles and histories, you should give Zoku a go!