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The TV anime SHAMAN KING began airing on TV Tokyo in April 2021.
This time, the synopsis & scene preview of the 30th episode “Mt. Osore Le Voile”, first aired on November 4 (Thurs), have been released.
After Jeanne tells him about what would be required for the Shaman Fight, Yoh decides not to participate anymore. After accepting his decision his friends all depart, each with their own feelings in mind. Accepting Yoh’s decision to quit, Anna begins to recall how the two of them first met.
The king of the stars who rules over all. Those known as “Shamans”, who are able to interact with gods and spirits, compete to become the Shaman King in the Shaman Fight, a tournament which takes place once every 500 years.
One of those shamans, a boy named Yoh Asakura, sets out to become the Shaman King in a completely new anime.
◆ Broadcasting/Streaming Info
TV anime airing from April 2021
6 TV Tokyo networks every Sunday from 5:55pm
BS TV Tokyo every Thursday 12:30am
AT-X every Friday from 8:30pm
(Repeat airings: Every Tuesday from 8:30am, every Thursday from 2:30pm)
Airing on Biwako Broadcasting every Sunday after midnight at 2:00am from July 11
※The broadcast date is subject to change.
Priority streaming on Netflix every Thursday at 7pm, then streamed to various other services
Director: Jouji Furuta
Series Composition: Shouji Yonemura
Character Design: Satohiko Sano
Prop Design: Yuji Shibata
Art Director: Jinya Kimura
Art design: Masaaki Kawaguchi/Jinya Kimura/Rei Kato
Color design: Natsuko Otsuka
Director of Photography: Teruyuki Kawase
Editing: Kumiko Sakamoto
Music: Yuuki Hayashi
Sound Director: Masafumi Mima
Music Production: King Records
Animation Production: Bridge
Yoh Asakura: Yoko Hikasa
Anna Kyoyama: Megumi Hayashibara
Matamune: Hideyuki Tanaka
Hao Asakura: Hiroki Nanami
(c) Hiroyuki Takei ・ Kodansha / SHAMAN KING Project. ・ TV TOKYO