Despite the dramatic cliffhanger we were left to deal with two months ago, Sugar Apple Fairy Tale continues to dazzle and delight ahead of its much-anticipated return this July, today unveiling a brand-new key visual and theme song info for Season 2.
Rei Nakashima will be making her anime debut with "Surprise" for Season 2's opening theme song, while veteran Nao Toyama (Rascal Does Not Dream of Bunny Girl Senpai ED) will be bringing up the rear with "door" for the ending theme.
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Based on the light novels by Miri Mikawa and Aki, Sugar Apple Fairy Tale is directed by Yohei Suzuki (Planet With) at studio J.C.STAFF, with series composition by Seishi Minakami (A Certain Scientific Railgun), character designs by Haruko Iizuka (Horimiya) and music by Hinako Tsubakiyama (SABIKUI BISCO).
If you're a fan of female-led fantasy anime, check out the full first season in a range of subs and dubs, right here on Crunchyroll!
Anne Halford is on her way to fulfill her dream of becoming a confectionary artisan, a Silver Sugar Master—however, the road to her destination is filled with a world of danger. To protect herself, she reluctantly buys Challe, a fairy forced into a life of servitude, but she seeks friendship more than a lackey. Torn between his freedom and her needs, she must confront what the sweet life is worth.
A special livestream for Season 2 is scheduled to take place on June 4.
Source: Press Release
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