Yuru Camp Season 2
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Yuru Camp Season 2 New Visual Revealed.

The Official Twitter account of Yuru Camp Season 2 revealed a new Visual of the upcoming anime. In the new visual we can see Nadeshiko and her friend Ayano enjoying their break.

In the previous month a new character, Ayano Toki, was introduced and also her cast was revealed.

Twitter Announcement:

Release Date:

The Second Season of Yuru Camp will release in January 2021. The First Season of the anime got a very good response and had a real world impact too.

Where to Watch Yuru Camp:

Before the release of the Second Season, you can refresh yourself by watching the First Season. There are some of the streaming network you can watch Yuru Camp:


Since, the First Season of the Anime streamed on Crunchyroll. Maybe the Second Season will also stream here. But, we will have to wait for the official announcement.


Afro launched Yuru Camp manga in 2015 in Manga Time Kirara Forward magazine. the English version of the manga began in March 2018 by Yen Press. The series does not have any main protagonist but, is more focussed on individual and sometimes group adventures, mostly camping. 

Rin Shima has an interest in Camping and goes from site-to-site in search for the best camping spot. One day while on a similar journey, she met Nadeshiko Kagamihara who is an airheaded girl. Hence, the story begins with Nadeshiko’s friends and Rin making plans, going to places, buying goods for camping, and more.

Real Locations:

What makes Yuru Camp different from a regular laid-back anime is that the locations and events shown in the anime or manga are taken from real places. Almost everything from landmarks to dogs, if you can go to the same location, you will find it. In the Manga version of the series, Afro shows the real locations from where inspirations are taken.

This is unique approach and will surely lead to more people taking Camping as an option to spend their time.

More Tourists:

The release of Yuru Camp season 1 led to an increase in tourists and adventurers looking for spots of their favorite manga and anime series. This led to an increase in local shop revenue and more campers. Though unfortunately, camping is more focused on silence and spending time secluded from the daily hassles, a camping spot becoming famous may not prove to be good.

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