The 12th and final episode of the Tsuki ga Michibiku Isekai Douchuu (Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy) television anime ended with a second season announcement on Wednesday. The official website revealed an announcement promo and a commemorative visual (pictured above).
The anime series, produced by animation studio C2C, began airing on July 7. Crunchyroll streamed the anime with subtitles as it aired in Japan.
Tsuki ga Michibiku Isekai Douchuu, also known as Tsukimichi, adapts Kei Azumi's adventure fantasy novel, which they originally penned on the Shousetsuka ni Narou website from February 2012 to August 2016, and concurrently switched it to AlphaPolis in July 2016. The latter began publishing the series in May 2013 with illustrations by Mitsuaki Matsumoto and released the 16th volume on June 30. Tsukimichi has a cumulative 2 million copies of its volumes in print.
As part of a mysterious contract agreed upon by a goddess and his parents years ago, Makoto Misumi finds himself sent to another world to meet the goddess and become the hero. However, the deity deems Makoto to be "hideous," refusing to even lay eyes upon him and revokes his heroic title. Disdainfully giving him the ability to understand all languages except the human language as compensation, the goddess drives Makoto off to the farthest edges of the wasteland, far from human civilization.
Due to the disparity between Earth and this new world, Makoto's inherent physical and magical capabilities awaken, making him extremely powerful. He meets various demihumans and mythical beings who all end up being captivated with his characteristics and join Makoto in building a new community where all of them can peacefully coexist.
Nevertheless, despite this success, Makoto still yearns to meet fellow humans. In a world where the goddess herself has barred him from interacting with his kind, it is up to Makoto and his companions to fulfill his desire—and perhaps reform society along the way. [Written by MAL Rewrite]