Crunchyroll revealed in their official website on April 8, 2023, that they will be streaming the English dub of Tonikaku Kawaii season 2.
It will start airing on April 8, 2023, the same day as its Japanese release.
The cast and staff for English dub has also been revealed.
Cast for Tonikaku Kawaii season 2 English dub includes:
- Lauren Landa as Tsukasa
- Zach Aguilar as Nasa
- Erika Harlacher as Aya
- Kayli Mills as Kaname
- Natalie Rose as Charlotte
- Lizzie Freeman as Chitose
- Michelle Rojas as Aurora
- ADR Production: Bang Zoom! Studios
- Producer: Eric P. Sherman
- Co-Producers: Mami Okada, Mio Moroe
- English Voice Director: Dorah Fine
- ADR Script Writer: Marlan Moore
- Casting Director: AJ Gam
- Production Manager: Jessica Peace
- Production Coordinators: Kana Ozaki, April Garner
- Sound Supervisor: Patrick Rodman, CAS
- Re-Recording Mixer/Dialogue Editor: Kenneth Thompson
- Recording Engineers: Keeley Pierson, Heidi Hoffmann
- Audio Operations Manager: Ismael Yanez
- Assistant Engineer: Christopher March
- Video Technician: Samantha Girod
- Spotting: Tetsuya Fujita
Tonikaku Kawaii season 2 will release in Japan on April 8, 2023.
Neko Hacker composed the opening theme song, Setsuna no Chikai, which is performed by Tsukasa Yuzaki’s voice actor Akari Kito. Kito also performed the ending theme song “Yoru no Katasumi”.
The first season of Tonikaku Kawaii, produced by Seven Arc Studios, aired from October 2020 to December 2020. It was directed by Hiroshi Ikehata, with Kazuho Hyodo serving as the scriptwriter. An OVA titled Tonikaku Kawaii: SNS premiered on Aug 18, 2021.
Fly Me to the Moon, also known outside Japan as Tonikawa: Over the Moon for You, is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Kenjiro Hata. It has been serialized in Shogakukan’s Weekly Shonen Sunday since February 2018. As of March 2023, twenty-three tankobon volumes have been published.
In North America, the manga is licensed by Viz Media. As of May 10, 2022, eleven volumes have been released by Viz.