Kengan Ashura Season 3
Kengan Ashura, just like most of the other anime series is an adaption, of a Manga. The anime series is the adaptation of the manga, Kengan Ashura. The manga is written by Yabako Sandrovich and illustrated by Daromeon. Seiji Kishi is the director of the anime series. The series released on January 27, 2019, in Japan at Toho Cinemas Roppongi Hills. However, it premiered internationally on Netflix on July 31, 2019.
About the Show:
Yamashita Kazuo is the protagonist of the story. The story revolves around the settings of Gladiator Arenas in Japan. Since the Edo Era, many arenas organize gladiator matches. Wealthy merchants, business owners, and influential people own some of the gladiators. They bet and organize their battles. These battles are fought unarmed, and the winner takes all. These matches are known as Kengan matches. Yamashita is an employee of the Nogi Group. He one day witnesses a fight between two mysterious people in an alley. Nogi Hideki, the CEO of Nogi Group scouts of the fighters. Yamashita pleads Nogi to let him fight for him in the arena.
His abilities and strength make him famous amongst the top-notch people of society. He somehow manages to get himself into Kengan Annihilation Tournament. Some of the most influential CEOs of Japan, create this function. The winner of the tournament will become the Associate Chairman of Kengan. The position holds immense respect and power. Now, the intense battle between the greatest warriors begins to gain power and position.
Season 3 Updates:
The viewers and the fans of the show will have to maintain their patience. The production is delaying due to the Corona Virus pandemic. Due to the uncertainty, the producers have not yet announced a release date. However, earlier we were expecting the show to drop by the end of 2020. But looking at the situations, our safest bet would be the mid-2021. The show will be premiering on Netflix for international fans.
- Tatsuhisa Suzuki as Ohma Tokita
- Cho as Kazuo Yamashita
- Jouji Nakata as Hideki Nogi
- Yumi Uchiyama as Kaede Akiyama
- Hayato Kaneko as Lihito
- Tetsu Inada as Jun Sekibayashi
- Junya Enoki as Cosmo Imai
- Daisuke Namikawa as Setsuna Kiryū