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Kimi ni Todoke Season 3 New Trailer Announces Release Date

Kimi ni Todoke Season 3 New Trailer Announces Release Date

Netflix began streaming the second trailer for the July 10, 2024 episode on Tuesday Kimi ni Todoke: From Me to You Season 3The trailer shows Shota Kazehaya and Sawako Kuronuma getting closer as they officially start dating, and it also builds anticipation for the episode by previewing the famous first kiss scene.

The trailer reveals the anime’s opening theme song, “Et cetera” by imase. The anime’s official release date was also revealed.

Kimi ni Todoke season 3 release date, plot and more

Kimi ni Todoke: From Me to You Season 3 to be Released Thursday, August 1, 2024Netflix will stream the episode worldwide.

According to the official description of the anime Web siteThe plot of the upcoming season is as follows: “‘What should I do to meet?’ Although confused by her growing feelings, Sawako confronts herself and tells Kazehaya how she feels. Kazehaya is secretly drawn to Sawako, who works hard and has a down-to-earth personality, and Sawako doesn’t look away and tells him how she feels. This is where Sawako and Kazehaya’s new relationship begins.”

“First dates, falling in love, and spending student life together. Happy things, embarrassing things, and new worries. A love story about two people who, despite being innocent and clumsy, slowly get to know each other and their friends who start to move forward. The bittersweet and heartbreaking story of a girl and a boy, woven together by their feelings of love for each other and their irreplaceable friends, begins again…” the summary continues.

Kenichi Matsuzawa is directing the anime at Production IG, while Tomoko Konparu is overseeing the scripts and co-writing them with Michiko Yokote. The anime’s voice cast includes Mamiko Noto as Sawako Kuronuma and Daisuke Namikawa as Shota Kazehaya. Additionally, Miyuki Sawashiro voices Ayane Yano, Yūko Sanpei voices Chizuru Yoshida, and Yūichi Nakamura voices Ryū Sanada. Additionally, the cast includes Mamoru Miyano as Kento Miura, Yūki Ono as Kazuichi Arai, and Aya Hirano as Ume Kurumizawa.

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