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TV Anime 'Yakunara Mug Cup mo' Receives Second Season

by Mako995
Jun 21, 11:56 AM | 11 Comments
The 12th and final episode of Yakunara Mug Cup mo (Let's Make a Mug Too) announced a second season following its broadcast on Monday. The second season, subtitled Niban Kama (Second Kiln), is scheduled to premiere this October on CBC TV, BS11, Tokyo MX, MBS, and AT-X. The official website revealed a visual to commemorate the announcement (pictured right).

Voice actresses Minami Tanaka (Toyokawa Himeno), Yuu Serizawa (Mika Kukuri), Yuuki Wakai (Naoko Naruse), and Rina Honnizumi (Touko Aoki) will reprise their roles from the first season.

Jun Kamiya (Kingdom) returning to direct the new season at Nippon Animation. Ayano Yoshioka (Haikara-san ga Tooru Movie 2: Hana no Tokyo Dai Roman sub-character design) is returning as the character designer and chief animation director. Naruhisa Arakawa (Island) is once again handling the script and series composition.

The Yakunara Mug Cup mo project was launched in Tajimi City in 2010 by a team of local businesses in an attempt to stimulate the local economy. The project has been published quarterly and distributed for free since 2012 with the 33rd volume being released on May 26. Planet Co., Ltd., a Tajimi City-based IT company, is currently publishing the manga with support from the local community. All volumes are available digitally on the manga's official website.

The first season began airing on April 3. Crunchyroll simulcast the anime with subtitles as it aired in Japan.

Official site: https://yakumo-project.com/
Official Twitter: @yakumo_project

Source: Comic Natalie

Yakunara Mug Cup mo: Niban Kamo on MAL

11 Comments Recent Comments

I haven't gotten around to watching this yet but I'm always happy when a niche SoL anime gets a sequel.

Jun 27, 7:53 PM by Chimerared

RobertBobert said:
Is this a full-fledged second season or is it still a split cour?
It's the same format is the recently ended season. Both anime and live-action.

But still this is surprising to get a Season 2, for mainly the educational content.

Jun 22, 9:42 AM by KANLen09

Is this a full-fledged second season or is it still a split cour?

Jun 22, 2:20 AM by RobertBobert

The first season was a nice short anime, so glad it gets a second season in just a few months away. Need more relaxing anime shows these days.

Jun 22, 2:06 AM by chaosflame5

I'm glad this got a second season cause I got the urge to watch more of this anime after watching the finale.

Jun 22, 12:50 AM by MegamiRem

Didn’t watch it, but I always appreciate it when anime with smaller fanbases get sequels.

Jun 21, 7:36 PM by Blue_Maroon

That's not one of the currently airing shows I expected to see a sequel to. But it's definitely some welcome news, I'm looking forward to more cute girls doing pottery. And on top of that, it's not even that far in the future.

Jun 21, 12:24 PM by RobbiRobb

This is great news, can't wait for it

Jun 21, 12:20 PM by RedChrome

Nice! I really looking forward to the next season.

Jun 21, 12:13 PM by AkeZZZ

There were so many anime better than this in the current season that deserve a sequel more than it, so I’m surprised.

Jun 21, 12:13 PM by FurySlasher

I’m actually so glad to see this get a sequel, genuinely was one of my favorite shows from this season

Jun 21, 12:06 PM by snowykevin

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