Fruits Basket Anime Will Have Big Announcement After Episode 25
Photo Credit: Studio TMS/8PAN

Hakusensha’s Hana to Yume magazine’s 20th issue uncovered on Friday that the new anime of Natsuki Takaya’s Fruits Basket manga will have a declaration after its 25th scene on Friday night in Japan. The 25th scene is the last scene of Season 1 of the anime arrangement.

The anime debuted in Japan on April 5. Funimation and Crunchyroll are spilling the anime as it shows.

Funimation has likewise authorized the home video rights.

Photo Credit: Studio TMS/8PAN

Crunchyroll portrays the anime‘s story:

“Tohru Honda thought her life was headed for misfortune when a family tragedy left her living in a tent. When her small home is discovered by the mysterious Soma clan, she suddenly finds herself living with Yuki, Kyo, and Shigure Soma. But she quickly learns their family has a bizarre secret of their own: when hugged by the opposite sex, they turn into the animals of the Zodiac!”

The Fruits Basket anime covers the entire manga’s story:

Fruits Basket, now and then contracted Furuba, or Furuba, is a Japanese shōjo manga arrangement composed and represented by Natsuki Takaya. It was serialized in the semi-month to month Japanese magazine Hana to Yume, distributed by Hakusensha, from 1998 to 2006. The arrangement’s title originates from the name of a mainstream game played in Japanese primary schools, which is insinuated in the arrangement.

The Fruits Basket manga arrangement is one of the top manga arrangement in both Japan and in the US. In excess of 18 million duplicates have been sold in Japan. It is Tokyopop‘s top of the line manga arrangement, with in excess of 2 million duplicates sold starting in 2006. The fifteenth volume of the English discharge rose to the fifteenth position on the USA Today Top 150 Bestselling Books, which is the most noteworthy position at any point accomplished by a volume of manga in the United States.

The Fruits Basket manga got the 2001 Kodansha Manga Award in the shōjo manga classification and the “Best Manga” grant at the 2007 American Anime Awards. In 2001, the Fruits Basket anime won an Animage Anime Grand Prix grant.

(C) Natsuki Takaya, Hakusensha / “Fruits Basket” Production Committee”