The second season of Kimi ni Todoke: From Me to You is now more than a decade ago. Netflix added both seasons of the anime adaptation to its catalog last year, where the series is available in the original subtitles. Now the streaming giant surprisingly announced a sequel. You can find a first visual further down in the article.
According to the announcement on The Production IG studio, which already worked on the first two seasons, is once again responsible for production. Netflix also revealed that the main cast including Mamiko Noto as Sawako Kuronuma and Daisuke Namikawa as Shota Kazehaya will return. Further details are pending.
The coming-of-age anime ran on Japanese television from October 2009 to March 2010 with the 25-episode first season, which was continued with a 13-episode second season between January and March 2011.
Kimi ni Todoke: From Me to You was created by Studio Production IG and directed by Hiro Kaburagi ( Great Pretender ). The coming-of-age anime is based on the manga of the same name by Karuho Shiina, which was published in Germany under the title Nah bei dir – Kimi ni todoke by TOKYOPOP.
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This is what Kimi ni Todoke: From Me To You is about:
Sawako could be the perfect heroine, but only in a horror film. Her long, jet-black hair is strongly reminiscent of the film character Sadako from the horror film The Ring, a ghost who has evil in mind. But Sawako is actually a misunderstood and sensitive teenager who hopes to make friends in her new class. Unfortunately, her appearance causes her to be shunned by her classmates. However, everything changes when the cool Kazehaya befriends her. Now she not only has a friend, but also enemies…