Fruits Basket Season 2 Episode 11 Spoilers, Release Date, and Preview
Fruits Basket Season 2 Episode 11 is just around the corner and before the new episode releases, we’re here to give you all the details that you need to know before it goes live. In this Fruits Basket anime guide, we will be talking about the episode preview, spoilers based on the manga version, and the release date of 11th episode. Please note that we have placed the spoilers at the end of the post, so you can only read the important details for the upcoming episode without getting spoiled. So without further ado, let’s get started.
Fruits Basket Season 2 Episode 11 Release Date
Now that Japan has already lifted the state of emergency due to the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak, it seems that things are slowly getting back to normal for the anime industry. TMS Entertainment has been constantly releasing new episode for the series and we got the latest episode last week.
Now that a new week has come, it is expected that fans will be getting a brand new Fruits Basket Season 2 episode. There have been no announcements for any delay or schedule changes. If everything goes smoothly, Fruits Basket Season 2 Episode 11 will be released on Tuesday, June 16th.
Fruits Basket Season 2 Episode 11 Synopsis
The official synopsis for the upcoming episode has already been released. Unfortunately, we only got the Japanese version of the synopsis so we have to use Google translate to give you the English translations. Be reminded that there may be some errors with the translated synopsis.
“When Toru returns from the villa, he visits Kazama and bows his head to tell me about the curse. He wanted to break the curse because he knew that the ghost would be imprisoned and that the Hijin was the Lord of the Zodiac. At that time, Rura was expressing eccentric affection for Kura as usual…, but Kura cuts out that he had something serious to say.”
Fruits Basket Season 2 Episode 11 Preview
Fruits Basket Season 2 Online Streaming
If you’re in Japan or has access to the local tv channels such as TV Tokyo and TV Aichi, you can watch the anime at exactly 1:30 AM (JST). For fans who want to follow Tohru Honda and his friends online, you can stream Fruits Basket Season 2 from the official partners of the anime series. Currently, you will be able to watch it on Funimation, Crunchyroll, Animelab, and VRV.
In case you don’t find the latest episode on the scheduled release date, we recommend checking the official media channel of the anime series such as Twitter to see if there will be schedule changes.