A brand new visual for the second season anime adaptation of Naoshi Komi’s Nisekoi manga has been revealed in the latest issue of Gigazine and Animate TV’s Anime Guide. Nisekoi Season 2 will be airing this April.
The anime’s second season will feature the debut of Haru Onodera, Kosaki Onodera’s younger sister, voiced by Ayane Sakura (Natsumi Koshigaya from Non Non Biyori). The website released the first visual for Haru:
Nisekoi is a manga series that originally started off as a one shot from Naoshi Komi that released in January 2011. Komi then released the manga as a full series later on in the year, when it appeared in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump. Since 2011, 12 volumes have been released for the romantic comedy. Additionally a voiced comic has also been published and a light novel series. Viz Manga has also picked up the series late 2013 for English localisation, announcing that the chapters would be translated and released in Viz’s Weekly Shonen Jump Alpha. A anime adaptation of the manga aired from January this year and ended in May. The anime is produced by studio Shaft (Bakemonogatari, Mahou Shoujo Madoka☆Magica).
“Raku Ichijou is an average high school student. He also happens to be the sole heir to the head of a Yakuza Family called the Shuei-gumi. Ten years ago, Raku made a promise… a secret promise with a girl he met. They promised one another that they will “get married when they reunite.” Since then, Raku never let go of the pendant the girl gave him.
Then one day, a beautiful girl named Chitoge Kirisaki transfers into Raku’s class. Their chemistry was more than off. There was not a moment where they were not fighting. But by a weird turn of events, Raku and Chitoge agree to become fake lovers. Although his heart is really interested in his classmate Kosaki Onodera, Raku must continue pretending to be Chitoge’s boyfriend.”
The second season of the Nisekoi anime will be airing this April, during the Spring 2015 anime season. Further information about the series will be revealed in the upcoming weeks.
Source – Gigazine