At the end of the broadcast of the last episode of the animated adaptation of Kumano and illustrated by 029, Kuma Kuma Kuma Bearthe production of a second season of the project was confirmed. The announcement did not reveal any production details or release date.

This first season premiered in Japan on October 7th and had a total of twelve episodes. For his part, Kumano began posting the novels on the website Shousetsuka ni Narou in 2014 to later begin its paper publication by the publisher Shufu to Seikatsu Sha in May 2015.

Production team

  • Yuu Nobuta ((High school fleet, Daitoshokan no Hitsujikai) was responsible for directing the anime in the studios EMT squared.
  • Takashi Aoshima ((Himouto! Umaru-chan, Yuru Yuri) was responsible for the composition of the series.
  • Yuuki Nakano ((Boku no Tonari ni Ankoku Hakaishin ga Imasu) was responsible for the character design.
  • Azumi Waki played the opening song entitled "Itsuka no Kioku" while Maki Kawase led the final topic entitled "Ano ne".

Synopsis of Kuma Kuma Kuma Bear

Yuna, a fifteen year old girl, starts playing her first VRMMO game. She has raised billions of yen in stocks and is only at home to gamble without going to school. Today a major update hit the game and she is getting a super rare, non-transferable bear costume.

But using it is so embarrassing that you don't dare equip it, it doesn't even help the fact that it's just a game. If you answer the satisfaction survey about the new update and restart the game, it will find out that she is in an unfamiliar forest and wearing the suit.

Where am I? A message from God? Another world? When she wears the bear suit (which is a very powerful item) it means that she is invincible, but when she takes it off she is just a normal girl. The adventure that Yuna never asked for has only just begun!

Source: Official Twitter account

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