Barakamon Season 2 Release Date: Is There Any Trailer for Season 2?

Season 2 of Barakamon is unlike any other anime out there. In contrast to the usual fare of blood and guts in anime, this plot is tranquil. This is the story of the calligrapher Seishu Handa, who relocates to the uninhabited Goto Islands off the coast of Kyushu.

Barakamon Season 2 Release Date

According to Latestseries, Season 2 of Barakamon has not been canceled or renewed. The fate of a second season of Equinox has not been confirmed. A second season of Barakamon is likely to be announced in the coming month, however, what form that announcement will take is impossible to guess given the lack of information provided by the show’s creators and producers. Hence, we should not expect season 2 of Barakamon any time soon.

Barakamon Season 2 Storyline: What Can We Expect From It?

Barakamon has an original and creative plot. The plot and main character were a celebration of one’s devotion to and appreciation of the arts and culture. This is the story of a talented artist. No one can compete with him being born in the country.

His work has been honored with numerous accolades and novelizations. But, the higher authorities were jealous of his success and punished him with corrupt practices because of the beauty and vitality of his artwork. When it comes to calligraphy, Seishuu is unrivaled in the country.

Not only is he a talented artist, but he also has an undeniable charisma and attractiveness that draws people to him. One veteran, jealous of his success and lifestyle, blamed his temper and subsequent brawl with the war hero on all the honors and trophies he’d received. After this altercation with the veteran, he was exiled to a remote island as punishment.


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There is nobody he knows or can call for aid from on the island; he must fend for himself. It was on this island that he conceived Naru, a wild and energetic youngster. In the course of their friendship and subsequent adventure together, they began to gain a new perspective on the world.

Barakamon Season 2 Cast Members: Who Are in It?

Since the creators and producers of Barakamon Season 2 have not yet verified the cast, we are unable to provide any information about them at this time. With the plot and conclusion of the first season of Barakamon, we can surmise that some of the same characters will return for the sequel. Below is Season 1 of Barakamon’s cast.
  • Kotoishi, Naru
  • Handa, Sei
  • Arai, Tamako
  • Yamamura, Miwa
  • Kubota, Hina
  • Kido, Hiroshi
  • Uchiyama, Kouki had given Voice
  • Handa, Emi
  • Kawafuji, Takao
  • Kotoishi, Kousaku
  • Kido, Yuujirou
  • Kido, Akiko
  • Koumoto, Ikue
  • DaisukeYutaka
  • Koumoto, Aiko
  • Sakamoto, Kazuyuki
  • Oohama, Kentarou
  • Kanzaki, Kousuke
  • Handa, Seimei
  • Arai, Akihiko

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Where To Watch Barakamon Season 2?

There is currently no information available about the renewal or release of Barakamon Season 2. The first season of Barakamon may be viewed on streaming services like Netflix and Crunchyroll, however, the second season is now unavailable everywhere.


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Barakamon Season 2 Trailer Details

The makers and producers of Barakamon Season 2 have not yet confirmed a release date, as we said in the preceding lines. So far, I have been unable to locate a trailer for Season 2 of Barakamon. As of now, we have no way of knowing what will happen in the suspenseful second season of Barakamon, or what the show will be like in general.


The protagonist, a calligrapher named Seishu Handa, relocates to the uninhabited Goto Islands off the coast of western Kyushu, where he has many interesting encounters with the locals. From July through September of 2014, an anime adaptation by studio Kinema Citrus premiered in Japan. For more details visit our website

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