Fruits Basket Season 2 is a Japanese shōjo manga series written and illustrated by Natsuki Takaya. It was serialized in the semi-monthly Japanese magazine Hana to Yume. Published by Hakusensha, from 1998 to 2006. The series’ title comes from the name of a popular game played in Japanese elementary schools, which is alluded to in the series.
Plot Of Fruits Basket Season 2
When high school student Tohru Honda’s parents die in a car crash. Tohru decides to live with her grandfather. Renovations on the house and unsupportive and unkind family members cause her to move out of her grandfather’s house temporarily.
Since she has nowhere else to go. Tohru begins living in a tent and supporting herself. Until she finds a home in the least likely of places, inhabited by her popular classmate Yuki Soma and his cousin Shigure.
This newcomer is Kyo, Yuki and Shigure’s aggressively angry cousin. Tohru tries to stop the fight by holding him, causing him to transform into an orange cat in front of her.
The Somas live with a curse. That they will turn into an animal whenever hugged by the opposite gender.
Where Can We Watch Season 2?
The second season of the Fruit Basket is been released on Japanese TV on 6th April 2020. Fans in select cities in the United States who want to watch the first three episodes early may have the option to attend Theatrical screenings limited to March 30 and March 31. But due to the closure of the coronavirus. It may be subject to change.
The Fruits Basket season 2 episode 18 is selected to release on 3rd August 2020. Mark the date on your calendar as it is very close.
Cast Of The Show
The American voice actor has voiced characters such as Trunks in Dragon Ball Z, Alchemist, America and Canada in Hetalia, and Nishiki in Tokyo Ghoul.