Japanese Manga has a huge fan base and people from all over the world are just crazy about the Japanese anime series.
One such series which has made its place in people’s hearts is My Master Has No Tail. Just like the other Japanese anime series, this series also has a very unique storyline and characters that have extraordinary abilities. The series has been directed by Hideyo Yamamoto and is written by Touko Machida Kei Shimobayashi, Aya Satsuki, and Yūho Togashi. The series premiered in 2022 and the fans are already excited to know when season two is going to release.
Let us read about all the information that we have regarding the release of season two.
My Master Has No Tail Season 2 Release Date
The first season of the series premiered on September 30, 2022. The series is still ongoing and will have 5 episodes. Now since the first season of the series is ongoing, we can make no estimates about the release of season two. We will first have to wait for season one to end only then we can expect something about the release of season two from the makers of this series. One obvious thing is that since the first season has not ended, the making of season two has not yet begun.
There might be an announcement from the makers as soon as season one ends or sometime after the end of season one. As of now, there is nothing available about season two.
|Name of the Show||My Master Has No Tail|
|Season Number||Season 2|
|My Master Has No Tail Season 1 Release Date||30 September 2022|
|My Master Has No Tail Season 2 Release Date||Not Announced Yet|
My Master Has No Tail Season 2 Story
The beginning of the Meiji era had put an end to the tanuki’s tricks. The raccoon dogs, who could transform themselves into human beings, were having fun fooling humans until the advent of advanced technology made their abilities futile.
However, Mameda who is a young tanuki girl is persistent in not giving up on this tradition. She is determined to walk in her father’s footsteps. Trying to follow this tradition, she travels to Osaka to fulfill her motive of transforming into other humans.
But things don’t go as she planned. She fails to fool humans and gets hunted down by a group of angry people instead. Trying to save herself from the wrath of angry people, she finds refuge in a theatre where she sees a rakugo performance being given by a master of the art, Bunko Daikokutei. She gets impressed by the performance and gets fascinated by Bunko’s style of storytelling after which she makes up her mind to become Bunko’s apprentice.
Bunko at first is reluctant to take a disciple but eventually agrees when she sees how persistent Mameda is.
By handling work at the theatre, taking a taiko apprenticeship, and memorizing her plays, Mameda makes every effort to fulfill her motive of deceiving humans.
My Master Has No Tail Season 2 Characters
At first, we have Mameda whose character has been voiced by M.A.O. Then we have Bunko, whose character has been voiced by Hibiku Yamamura. Shirara Tsubaki’s character has been voiced by Lynn.
Byakudanji Tsubaki’s character is voiced by Takuya Eguchi and Sakujiro’s character is voiced by Ayumu Murase. We then have the character of Omatsu who has been voiced by Natsuki Aikawa. Ikumi Hasegawa voiced the character of Koito. The character of Rakuda has been voiced by Yūichirō Umehara. Ayana Taketatsu has voiced the character of Enshi Kirino. Akira Ishida has voiced the character of Utaroku Ebisuya.
Buncho Daikokutei’s character is voiced by Junichi Suwabe and the character of Mameda’s father is played by Junya Enoki.
My Master Has No Tail Season 2 Trailer
Trailers are available for only season one. No trailers are available for season two because season one is ongoing and the making of season two has not yet started. To watch the trailers for season two, we will have to wait for some time, at least, till season one concludes.
Where To Watch My Master Has No Tail Online?
The series is available for watching on AMC’s HiDive anime streaming platform. Whenever season 2 releases, it will also be available on the same platform for streaming.