Rent-A-Girlfriend Season 2 Release Date, Trailer & Visual

On the Twitter account of the anime adaptation of “Rent-A-Girlfriend” (jap.: “Kanojo, Okarishimasu”), a new character trailer for the second season was recently released, which shows Ruka. Fittingly, there is also a new “date” visual, which you can find further down in this article.

Rent-A-Girlfriend Season 2 Release Date

The second season of “Rent-A-Girlfriend” will begin airing in Japan on July 1, 2022, and is once again being created under the direction of Kazuomi Koga (“Ganbare, Douki-chan”) at TMS Entertainment and STUDIO COMET. Mitsutaka Hirota (“Edens Zero”) will again handle series composition, while Kanna Hirayama (“Selection Project”) will serve as character designer.

The twelve-episode first season aired on Japanese television between July and September 2020. All episodes are available in OmU version on streaming service Crunchyroll, also Anime will release the series on DVD and Blu-ray from July 2022.

The manga by Reiji Miyajima, which serves as the template, has been published in Weekly Shounen Magazine since July 2017. Japanese publisher Kodansha has so far released 25 volumes.

Rent-A-Girlfriend Season 2 Trailer

Rent-A-Girlfriend Characters, Cast, Staff, and Studio

I. Characters & Cast

CharacterCast
Chizuru IchinoseSora Amamiya
Kazuya KinoshitaShun Horie
Sumi SakurasawaRie Takahashi
Ruka SarashinaNao Touyama
Mami NanamiAoi Yuuki

II. Staff & Studio

DirectorKazuomi Koga
Original CreatorReiji Miyajima
Animation ProductionTMS Entertainment
Animation Production AssistanceStudio Comet

Rent-A-Girlfriend Season 2 Visual

Rent-A-Girlfriend Season 2 Visual
Rent-A-Girlfriend © Studio Comet, TMS Entertainment

Rent-A-Girlfriend: Storyline

After being dumped by his girlfriend, hapless college freshman Kazuya is desperate enough to take up a “rental girlfriend” service. But he quickly discovers how complicated it can be to “rent” an emotional connection.

From their very first meeting, he realizes that Chizuru is the girl of his dreams, but there seems to be more to it than that…