It was announced on Thursday that the two popular anime streaming website platforms Funimation and Crunchyroll will be steaming Touken Ranbu Hanmaru Season 2 as it airs in Japan.
To those who will be watching anime via Funimation will their stream in English. No streaming times and regions have been announced as of this time.
The anime premiered in Japan on January 8 on BS 11 and Tokyo MX. DMM also began streaming the anime on their website in the same day. This new season will still follow the same format as the first where the episodes are named after months of the year.
Touken Ranbu Hanamaru is an anime series based on the popular browser game Touken Ranbu Online which is available to play via the DMM website or through their mobile app Touken Ranbu Pocket (Japan only). The anime’s first season first aired in October 2016 with a total of 12 episodes.
Source: Anime News Network
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