Kemono Jihen Season 2: Latest Updates

Kemono Jihen, which translates to “Monster Incidents,” is a Japanese anime television series. It is based on Sh Aimoto’s manga series, which he wrote and drew. Masaya Fujimori directs the anime TV series adaption, which Ajia-do Animation Works produces. Noboru Kimura wrote it, while Yuya Mori composed the music. When will Kemono Jihen Season 2 be available?

In December 2016, the Japanese production firm Shueisha began serializing the manga. It is still going on. The manga is published in the magazine ‘Jump Square.’ As of July 2nd, 2021, it had been collected into fourteen tankobon (independent) volumes.


Kemono Jihen is a spooky, dark fantasy anime TV program that chronicles the adventures of a Tokyo investigator. This investigator specializes in the supernatural, which is why he is summoned when a succession of animal bodies begin to emerge in the lonely mountain town of Inugami in Japan. The weird thing about these bodies is that they decay away after only one night. As he strives to solve this case, he befriends an odd little kid nicknamed “Dorota-Bou,” who works in the field all day and does not attend school. He subsequently discovers that Dorota-Bou skips school because his friends ridicule him. However, he has a secret of his own that the investigator has yet to learn.


The narrative is one-of-a-kind, and fans adored it. Kemono Jihen has a 7.4/10 IMDb rating, making it one of the top-rated and most-watched anime series of 2021. It also received a 7.44 rating on MyAnimeList.


Natsumi Fujiwara (Japanese) and Madeleine Morris voice Kabane Kusaka (English)
Junichi Suwabe (Japanese) and Patrick Seitz (German) voice Kohachi Inugami (English)
Akira is voiced by Ayumu Murase (Japanese) & Cassie Ewulu (American) (English)
Shiki Tademaru- Natsuki Hanae (Japanese) & A. J. Beckles (English) (English)
Mihai is voiced by Daisuke Ono (Japanese) & Matt Shipman (English) (English)
Kana Hanazawa (Japanese) & Kristen McGuire play Yoko Inari (English)
Yumiri Hanamori (Japanese) & Brittany Lauda (English) play Kon (English)
Hiro Shimono (Japanese) & Kevin K. Gomez provide the voices for Nobimaru (English)
Yui is voiced by Kaito Ishikawa (Japanese) & Ben Balmaceda (Spanish) (English)
Aya Hisakawa (Japanese) & Heather Gonzalez provide voices for Kumi (English)
Akira Ishida (Japanese) & Cody Savoie play Akio Tademaru (English).


Kemono Jihen Season 1 aired from January to March 2021. It consisted of 12 episodes, with each episode lasting roughly 24 minutes.

Kemono Jihen Season 2 has yet to be announced. However, it is slated to premiere in 2022.

There hasn’t been a trailer or teaser published yet, but it’s anticipated around a month before the premiere of Kemono Jihen Season 2.


Kemono Jihen debuted on Tokyo MX, BS11, and YTV. It’s also available to watch on Funimation in the United States and the United Kingdom, Wakanim in Europe, and Anime Lab in New Zealand And Australia. Muse Communication is broadcasting it in Southeast Asia and South Asia on their Muse Asia YouTube channel, and it is also available on Bilibili in Southeast Asia.


Kemono Jihen also has a plethora of internet fandoms where fans of the program can gather and debate it. There are websites where fans may have debates, publish articles, revise, and do various other entertaining things.

I’m sure they’re all waiting for an announcement on Kemono Jihen Season 2!

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