On the official page for the new anime adaptation of the manga, written and illustrated by Natsuki Takaya, Fruit basketIt has been announced that the franchise will make an important announcement following the airing of the final episode of the second season, slated for September 22nd in Japan.

The series premiered on the canal on April 6th TV Tokyo and TV Aichi and will have a total of 25 consecutive episodes. The first season of the anime premiered in Japan in April 2019 and contained 25 episodes. This new adaptation of the Fruits Basket Manga features an entirely new cast and production team, just like Takaya requested. In contrast to the 2001 adaptation, this time all events of the manga are dealt with.


  • Yuuma uchida as Kyou Souma.
  • Manaka Iwami like Tooru Honda.
  • Nobunaga Shimazaki as Yuki Souma.
  • Yuuichi Nakamura as Shigure Souma.
  • Makoto Furukawa as Hatsuharu Souma.
  • Megumi Han as Momiji Souma.
  • Takahario Sakurai as Ayame Souma.
  • Kazuyuki Fudeyasu as Hatori Souma.
  • Satomi sat as Saki Hanajima.
  • Queen Ueda like Kisa Souma.

Production team

  • Yoshihide Ibata ((Pikaia !!, FLCL Progressive) directs the anime in the studios TMS Entertainment.
  • Taku Kishimoto ((Gin no Saji, Haikyu !!, 91 days, Hanebado!) is responsible for the composition of the series.
  • Masaru Shindou ((Macross Δ, Oregairu) is responsible for the character design.
  • Natsuki Takaya serves as executive supervisor.

Fruit basket synopsis

After a family tragedy changed her life, Tohru Honda, a student, decides to face it with her own hands and moves ... into a tent!

Unfortunately, she makes her new home on the grounds of the mysterious Sohma clan, and it doesn't take long for the owners to discover her secret.

At the same time that Tohru discovers that the family will offer to take them into their enclosures, she also realizes that the Sohma have their own secret: and that is, when touched by the opposite sex, they become the animals of the zodiac ! Chinese!

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