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Will the Anime Production Committee Renew Shinobi no Ittoki for a Second Season? Photo credit: Studio TROYCA

Will anime TV show Shinobi no Ittoki season 2 continue Ittoki Sakuraba’s story in the world of modern ninjas? If so, when will Shinobi no Ittoki 2 be released?

Until the last update, studio TROYCA, producer TMS Entertainment or other companies related to the production of the anime have not officially confirmed the release date of Shinobi no Ittoki Season 2. Production of a sequel to Shinobi no Ittoki has also not been announced.

Once the news is officially confirmed, this article will be updated with the relevant information.

In the meantime, it’s open to speculation as to when or if Shinobi no Ittoki 2’s release date will be in the future.

The first season must be financially successful enough to stand on its own. The main problem is that the anime TV series Shinobi no Ittoki is an original story. It’s also a standalone product as there is no Shinobi no Ittoki manga or light novel adaptation, nor has the studio announced plans for a spin-off that isn’t focused on Ittoki.

When an anime studio creates an original story, it’s a financial risk, so it’s pretty rare for the producer to plan several seasons in advance. As such, a Shinobi no Ittoki sequel will depend on streaming numbers, Blu-Ray/DVD sales, and whether or not the writers intend to leave an opening for a sequel.

The problem is that the anime rarely appeared in Crunchyroll’s top 20 most popular anime list, except on days when new episodes were released. There were even days when it was necessary to manually search the Crunchyroll app just to find the TV show!

Shinobi no Ittoki reviews rated the first season as decidedly mediocre. The premise might be interesting, but the execution was only average due to a combination of mediocre animation work and boring characterization.

In short, the theme of the Shinobi no Ittoki story revolves around how blindly following cultural dictates can lead to perpetuating a cycle of violence. The story also sheds light on tribalism and how perceiving and treating people as part of a monolithic group rather than individuals can lead to devastation.

Ninjas have a code based on duplicity, so it’s not surprising that many of the characters get lost in all the ambushes due to group affiliations. The blood feud has continued, although some enterprising ninjas have tried to find a path to peace.

Ittoki embodies the outsider’s everyman perspective as he is thrust into this ninja world without warning. Having no pre-existing prejudices, he is able to articulate what is wrong with this hidden ninja society trying to blend into the modern world.

The only problem with Ittoki is that he’s almost too nice and too innocent. If the plot hadn’t forced his worldly life to suddenly become interesting, he could easily have faded into the background as a mafia character. Many of the other characters are similarly boring.

Sure, Ittoki staged a brief teenage rebellion against his strict mom Yumika Sakuraba when he wasn’t allowed to go on a date, but if this is a power fantasy where a normal high schooler suddenly becomes a ninja, it’s almost too easy , which makes him come off as a self-inserting personality akin to the average Isekai protagonist.

Kousetsu is pretty much the only character design with a dynamic personality. It is evident that she is conflicted between her loyalty to the rules of the ninja village and what she believes to be right. “Uncle” Tokisada Kaga is a walking stereotype in his quirks and character flaws. But flawed characters like this are more fun to watch than an uninteresting protagonist.

As for the antagonists, the portrayal of school bully Suzaku Ban drew a sympathetic villain in the few episodes that he appeared. It’s nice to see a versatile antagonist, although it was pretty obvious from the start that he was going to be defeated by Talk no Jutsu, not in an actual fight.

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Ittoki and others in the Shinobi no Ittoki key visual. Credit: DMM Pictures x TROYCA

Speaking of action, Shinobi no Ittoki Season 1 was reasonably animated, but it can’t compare to top-budget animation extravaganzas. Still, at a time when the anime industry has inundated fans with overpowered isekai protagonists, it’s actually nice to have a main character whose skills, or lack thereof, are somewhat balanced given his strict upbringing.

Unfortunately, as a climax, pitting a lackluster ninja against a powerful opponent wouldn’t be all that interesting. Halfway through, it was pretty obvious that Ittoki would eventually be given an isekai-like “cheat ability” so he could overcome the differences in ninja training and skills. The existence of a secret super-powerful ninja core held only by a village chief of the Iga clan also hinted at Ittoki’s mother’s death.

Eventually, Ittoki’s character needed to be given the motivation to change. The opening scene of Ittoki descending the snow-covered stairs hinted that he will eventually find the motivation and determination necessary to fully embrace his ninja heritage. The only question is what he will end up doing with the Village Chief’s Mantle… and whether that decision leaves the door open for Shinobi no Ittoki Season 2.

Even though the story lends itself to a sequel, it’s hard to say if the anime production committee (TMS Entertainment, Toy’s Factory, DMM, NetEase, Vobile) will renew Shinobi no Ittoki for a second season given international streaming revenue the biggest factor is influencing financial success nowadays. Presumably the producers didn’t plan the production of the second season of Shinobi no Ittoki in advance as they want to see if the first season’s financials justify a Shinobi no Ittoki sequel.

Anime studios like Studio TROYCA and the main employees are contractors. They book up for anime projects years in advance.

Therefore, even if Season 2 gets the green light for production, the Shinobi no Ittoki Season 2 release date will be several years in the future.

This article contains everything that is known about Shinobi no Ittoki Season 2 and all related news. As such, this article will be updated with news, rumors, and analysis over time. In the meantime, let’s get into what’s known for sure.

Release date of Shinobi no Ittoki by Crunchyroll

When Crunchyroll began streaming episodes of Lycoris Recoil in the fall of 2022, only English subtitles were available.

Here is the main cast of Shinobi no Ittoki English Dub:

The release date of Shinobi no Ittoki English Dub by Crunchyroll was October 18, 2022.

Shinobi no Ittoki Blu-Ray/DVD release date confirmed

In Fall 2022, Shinobi no Ittoki Season 1 streamed weekly on Crunchyroll and VRV (not Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, HIDIVE, or Amazon Prime Video).

The 12 episodes were released as a single Shinobi no Ittoki Blu-Ray/DVD volume, which was released on February 22, 2023.

The season one finale, Shinobi no Ittoki Episode 12, was released on December 20, 2022.

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Ittoki, Tokisada and Kosetsu from Shinobi no Ittoki. Photo credit: Studio TROYCA

Who are the creators of Shinobi no Ittoki Season 1?

Anime Shinobi no Ittoki was an original story created by studio TROYCA, which produces anime TV shows and movies such as IDOLiSH7 series, Lord El-Melloi II’s Case Files series, Re:Creators and Aldnoah.Zero Has.

Shinobi no Ittoki Season 1 was directed by director Shu Watanabe. In the past he has been an episode director for almost all of TROYCA’s anime projects since Aldnoah.Zero. Before joining TROYCA, the director also worked on notable animes such as Sword Art Online Season 2 and The Future Diary.

Author Minato Takano wrote the screenplay and series composition. Isamu Suzuki (Bloom Into You) was both the character designer and the supervising animation director. The music was composed by TOMISIRO (Macross).

The theme song music of Shinobi no Ittoki Season 2 OP (Opening) and ED (Ending) has not yet been announced.

In the first season, the Humbreaders performed the Shinobi no Ittoki OP “Hikari” while the ED “Oboetate” was performed by hockrockb.

We’ll just have to wait and see if the studio will create a new main theme for Shinobi no Ittoki season 2 that will take the story of modern ninjas in a new direction. Stay tuned!



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