Based on a manga series written and illustrated by Yoshitoki Ooima (‘A Silent Voice’), ‘To Your Eternity’ is a fantasy drama TV anime. It tells the story of a nameless and emotionless entity sent to Earth by its creator, The Beholder, to save the world. But before that, the entity must learn and grow until it can defeat its enemies. One of the first humans that the entity meets is a young girl named March, who names it Fushi. On April 12, 2021, ‘To Your Eternity’ premiered and is already regarded as one of the best anime of recent years. Here is everything you need to know about its upcoming episode.
To Your Eternity Episode 14 Release Date
‘To Your Eternity’ episode 14, titled ‘Jananda: Island of the Free,’ is set to release on July 19, 2021, on NHK Educational TV. The anime was originally supposed to come out in October 2020 but was delayed until April 2021 due to the COVID situation. Season 1 will have 20 episodes. Studio Brain’s Base animated the show, with Masahiko Murata helming the directorial team and Shinzou Fujita leading the writing staff. Ryou Kawasaki composed the music, and Koji Yabuno designed the characters. Hikaru Utada performed the opening theme “PINK BLOOD,” while Masashi Hamauzu performed the ending theme, “Mediator.”
Where to Watch To Your Eternity Season 1 Online?
Viewers outside Asia can watch the episodes with original Japanese audio and English subtitles on Crunchyroll and VRV on the day they air in Japan. Ani-One is streaming the episodes on their YouTube channel in Bangladesh, Brunei, Bhutan, Cambodia, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Laos, Macau, Maldives, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, and Taiwan. The episodes can also be watched on Ani-one-affiliated VoD platforms Bahamut/Gamer, Catchplay, Chunghwa Telecom (MOD&Hami Video), Friday, KKTV, Line TV, and myVideo in Taiwan; MeWatch in Singapore; Sushiroll in Indonesia, and Dimsum in Brunei and Malaysia.
To Your Eternity Episode 14 Spoilers
In episode 13, Fushi continues to deal with his grief over Gugu’s death. He senses that The Beholder is near and calls him out. He demands an explanation, and that’s what The Beholder gives him. When The Beholder claims that he is Fushi’s parent, the latter vehemently denies and recalls a vague shape of a young girl. Along with the Oniguma, Fushi lost memories of March during his last encounter with a Nokker. Suddenly, he smells a familiar scent and discovers that Pioran has come to accompany him.
Initially, Fushi urges her to go back, knowing that her life will be in danger if she stays with him. Pioran rejects the request, and the two eventually reach an understanding. After he recognizes what he has lost in his fight against the last Nokker, Fushi earnestly begins to train for the next encounter.
Pioran suggests that they should go to Sarlnine Island, a large landmass with no human inhabitants so that Fushi can train there. However, they end up getting caught and taken to Jananda Island, which serves as a massive prison. As they get separated, Fushi tries to find her and learns that he can get her back by winning in the fighting arena and earning a wish. In episode 14, Fushi will likely garner some fame as the immortal fighter in the arena. He might find out that Hayase, whom he hadn’t seen in four years, was behind his and Pioran’s capture.
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