‘Fruits Basket’ Creator Delivers Heartfelt Message Ahead Of Anime’s Final Season

Fruits Basket‘ was recently announced to be entering its final season along with a poster to stir up excitement. Fans of the popular manga and anime were excited at the announcement, despite their despair that the slice-of-life series is coming to an end.

Funimation, the company producing the English dub, shared the image on social media:

Series creator and mangaka Natsuki Takaya expressed his gratitude to the fans. According to the Funimation blog,

I just… Wow. This must have been ton of work for the staff.

I have personal experience with the pressure to keep running, and with what it feels like to encounter all sorts of difficulties along the way, so I’m just full of gratitude and appreciation for everyone involved in the production.

And to all of you readers and viewers, I’ll be honored if you stick with these characters and see which path each of them lands on in the end—as well as where those paths lead.

I hope you’ll enjoy all the final season to the very end.

Fruits Basket had been previously adapted in 2001, though it ended before the story could be fully adapted. The 2019 anime adaption has received universal praise from fans of the manga in Japan and America.

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