Yuru Camp Season 2

Yuru Camp Season 2

Yuru Camp is Afro’s Japanese manga sequence, which was serialized from July 2015 to February 2019 in Houbunsha’s seinen manga magazine Manga Time Kirara Forward before it was moved to the publisher’s website and manga app called Comic Fuz. 

The release date for Yuru Camp’s fresh season has officially been reported to be set for early 2021. Two new main visuals for the Laid Back Camp Season 2 anime were also included in the announcement from the official website.  Since the second season was initially revealed way back in October 2018, Laid Back Camp Season 2 is a long time coming. 

The explanation for the long wait was because, until recently, the Yuru Camp manga series did not have enough original work.  The early revelation of the second season does not come across as astonishing to people. In the first week, sales of Japan’s Blu-Ray box sets topped the Oricon charts, selling 11,584 units. In order to warrant a second season, conventional wisdom holds that an anime series wanted to market at least 3,000 copies, but streaming platforms such as Crunchyroll have become the primary source of income.

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The teaser is out here

For the second season, the Yuru Camp anime franchise’s official Twitter account unveiled the teaser.  As they get ready to explore the great outdoor world, the roughly 50-second video showed Rin, Nadeshiko, and their squad. In addition, Ayano Toki, Nadeshiko’s neighbor, is presented for the first time in Season 2.

Laid Back Camp English Dub

The excellent thing for those who want to watch anime shows in English is that Laid-Back Camp has a wonderful English dub that was created to keep the foreign audience of the show in mind. You can consider dubbed episodes on Crunchyroll if you want to enjoy the series in English. The creators will do the same to make the show enjoyable without the barrier of a language.

Cast 

  • Nao Touyama as Rin Shima
  • Aki Toyosaki as Aoi Inuyama
  • Yumiri Hanamori as Nadeshiko Kagamihara
  • Sayuri Hara as Chiaki Oogaki
  • Marina Inoue as Sakura
  • Rie Takahashi as Ena Saitou
  •  Kagamihara (Nadeshiko’s older sister)