Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy Episode 4: What to Expect?

‘Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy’ or ‘Tsuki ga Michibiku Isekai Douchuu’ is an isekai fantasy TV anime based on the Japanese light novel of the same name illustrated by Mitsuaki Matsumoto and written by Kei Azumi. The series revolves around a high schooler named Makoto Misumi, who one ordinary day finds himself in an alternate world as a warrior. Unfortunately, the goddess there doesn’t like the way he looks, and before he could embark on his heroic quest, Makoto gets stripped of his title and finds himself exploring the wilderness.

The anime first premiered on July 7, 2021, and with its episode 4 about to release, fans must be curious to learn more about it. In case you are surfing the internet for the same information, then we have got you covered.

Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy Episode 4 Release Date

‘Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy’ season 1 episode 4, titled “Too Late” or “Ato no Matsuri” is all to release on July 28, 2021, in Japan on Tokyo MX, MBS, and BS NTV. The fantasy anime is developed by the Japanese animation studio C2C, with Kenta Ihara serving as the writer. Shinji Ishihira has helmed the directorial team.

Yukie Suzuki and Yasuharu Takanashi are shouldering the responsibility of designing the characters and composing the series music, respectively. Ezoshika Gourmet Club has sung the ending theme “Beautiful Dreamer” while “Gamble,” the opening theme song, is performed by syudou.

Where to Stream Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy Season 1 Online?

‘Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy’ is licensed for streaming outside Asia by Crunchyroll. You can head here to watch the show on the anime streaming service with English and Italian subtitles. The fantasy series is also accessible on VRV. In Southeast and South Asia, ‘Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy’ is accessible on the Ani-One YouTube channel with the Ani-One Ultra Membership.

Tsukimichi: Moonlit Fantasy Episode 4 Spoilers

In episode 3, titled “Human Shock” or “Hyūman Shokku,” Makoto meets Beren, the Elder dwarf, and grants his species permission to move onto his land from Wastelands, where they have been stuck for a long time. Meanwhile, his search for human civilization ultimately ends when he finds a village after wandering for hours outside of the Demiplane. However, before he goes there, he returns to Demiplane to meet with Elder Dwarf, mist lizards, and alke, who accept him as their leader and give him the name Young Master after a democratic vote.

Desperate for human interaction, Makoto immediately heads to the human village only to be attacked because of his mana that gives people the impression that a horde of monsters is approaching them. However, thanks to Elder dwarves’ Draupnir, which absorbs and compresses mana, Makoto finally enters the village with Shen and Black Disaster, whom he has now renamed as Tomoe and Mio, respectively.

Once they reach the human settlement, the trio registers at the adventurer’s guild and realizes that they are being followed. Although they come up with a plan by the end of the episode, their enemies have surrounded them and begin to make their move. The episode ends with a mysterious girl approaching them. In episode 4, titled “Too Late” or “Ato no Matsuri,” Makoto and his companions may have to confront the men who have been keeping an eye on them. The mysterious girl may turn out to be a co-conspirator who has been spying on the trio since they entered the village.

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