The official website of the Yuru Camp△ (Laid-Back Camp) anime series opened a new page for the second season on Monday, revealing two teaser visuals (pictured right). The new season will begin airing in January 2021. Main production staff and cast members are returning from the first season.
The New Year is right around the corner, and there's a big question on all the girls' minds: Where should each of them go to see the first sunrise of the year? Whether it's by the ocean or in view of Mount Fuji, there's no wrong answer-and it's a great excuse for more camping! A freak snowstorm could derail Rin's plans, but a little bad weather might just create the perfect opportunity for more relaxing, exploring, and (of course) eating! (Source: Yen Press)
Director: Yoshiaki Kyougoku (Yuru Camp△, Yama no Susume: Second Season episode director)
Series Composition: Jin Tanaka (Anne Happy♪, Hachigatsu no Cinderella Nine (TV))
Character Design, Chief Animation Director: Mutsumi Sasaki (Seikoku no Dragonar, Phantom: Requiem for the Phantom)
Music: Akiyuki Tateyama (Senryuu Shoujo, Sounan Desu ka?)
Production: DeNA Contents Planning Department
Nadeshiko Kagamihara: Yumiri Hanamori (Rolling☆Girls)
Rin Shima: Nao Touyama (Granblue Fantasy The Animation)
Chiaki Oogaki: Sayuri Hara (The iDOLM@STER Cinderella Girls)
Aoi Inuyama: Aki Toyosaki (Joshikousei no Mudazukai)
Ena Saitou: Rie Takahashi (Isekai Cheat Magician)
Narrator: Akio Ootsuka (Alice to Zouroku)
The first television anime aired in 12 episodes in Winter 2018, adapting the first four volumes. Crunchyroll simulcast the anime, who also participated in the anime's production committee. Each of the three home video releases included a special episode. An anime film is currently in production.
The Heya Camp△ (Room Camp) short spin-off anime premiered on January 6 and ended with 12 episodes on Monday. Crunchyroll streamed the anime with subtitles as it aired in Japan.
Yuru Camp△ adapts Afro's comedy slice of life manga of the same title, which ran in Manga Time Kirara Forward from May 2015 to February 2019 before switching to the Comic Fuz website on March 29 that year. Houbunsha published the tenth compiled volume on March 12. Yen Press licensed the manga in English in April 2017 and will ship the eighth volume on Tuesday.
A live action television drama adaptation aired in Japan on January 10.
Official site: https://yurucamp.jp/second/
Official Twitter: @yurucamp_anime
Source: The Television
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[quote=Magito message=59417734]Darn it. Why can't it be this year? I want my dose of comfiness fast!
Next year huh...At least there is something to look forward to in 2021. I always loved this anime, but hopefully a movie will be released sometime this year.
Yuru Camp is story about Winter Camping and this winter they already released Room Camp short anime. S1 was airing on Winter 2018