Fruits Basket

Fruits Basket Season 2 Episode 5 Release Date, Preview, and Synopsis

The story of the second season in Fruits Basket is getting more interesting. With the upcoming release of Fruits Basket Season 2 Episode 5, fans can no longer wait to see Tohru, Kyo, Yuki, and Shigure on screen again.

In this anime episode guide, we will be sharing you all the details that we know about the Fruits Basket 2nd Season episode 5. These include the episode release date, preview, and synopsis. In addition, you will also discover when will be its exact release date and where to watch it online.

Fruits Basket Season 2 Episode 5 Release Date

Without any pesky schedule change or last-minute delays, the Fruits Basket 2nd Season episode 5 release date titled “Wait for Me, Tororo Soba!” will be on Tuesday at 1:30 AM (JST) on May 5, 2020. Note that the mentioned time and date is based in Japan, so you might need to convert it to your timezone if you want to be the first to watch the new episode.

In case you don’t find the fifth episode on the scheduled release date, you can check the anime’s official channels to know if there will be delays. Usually, they are announcing any schedule changes on the official website and Twitter account.

Fruits Basket 2nd Season Episode 2 Synopsis

“One semester ends and summer vacation begins. Toru and his friends are taken by the autumn leaves to the haunted house. On the other hand, Uotani, who was taking a break during a part-time job, notices a man. I met him once during another part-time job. Uotani suddenly started running. He was horrified, hesitant, and hoping to see him again, a bit transparent.”

Fruits Basket 2nd Season Episode 2 Preview

Fruits Basket 2nd Season Streaming

The second season of the series is being aired in local tv channels in Japan such as TV Aichi, TV Osaka, and TV Tokyo. In case you don’t have the access to these Japanese tv stations on your cable, you can still catch them by using the authorized distribution platforms.

As of writing, Fruits Basket Season 2 is available to watch on popular streaming services. This includes Funimation, Animelab, Crunchyroll, and VRV.

By Billy Cortez

Billy is an anime geek fan. He loves reading manga and watching anime during his free time. His favorite anime and manga series are One Piece and Hunter x Hunter.