The anime adaptation of Shaman King Flowers, the sequel to the original Shaman King manga by Hiroyuki Takei, is confirmed for a premiere in January 2024. A new key visual for Shaman King Flowers was unveiled alongside a teaser trailer.
Shaman King Flowers follows the story of a new generation of Shamans that are the children of characters depicted in the original Shaman King. For example, Hana Asakura is the protagonist of Shaman King Flowers and the the son of Yoh Asakura and Anna Kyoyama. Despite being the next head of the Asakura family, he doesn’t seem to have a place to use his powers. The tides turn in his favor after meeting Yohane and Ruka from the branch family, however.
The Shaman King Flowers anime is produced by studio Bridge with the returning Takeshi Furuta as director. Further, series composition is handled by Shoji Yonemura, while character designs and music are handled by illustrator Mayuko Yamamoto and composer Yuki Hayashi. The Japanese voice cast includes Katsuyuki Konishi as Amidamaru, Sumire Uesaka as Alumi Niumbirch, Yoko Hikasa as Hana Asakura, Shun Horie as Yohane Asakura, Michiko Kaiden as Gakko Ibuki, and Romi Park as Tao Men.
Here’s an overview of the Shaman King Flowers anime via Crunchyroll:
The action returns in this brand-new sequel to Shaman King! Hana Asakura finds that being the son of Yoh & Anna Asakura isn’t all it’s cracked up to be, and his boredom has him itching for any kind of excitement. But when a fight comes straight to his doorstep, it’s from a place he least expects—his own family? The battle for Asakura supremacy begins!
Lastly, Shaman King Flowers premieres in January 2024, and exact premiere timing will be revealed at a later date this year. The original anime series is available to stream now on Netflix.
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