‘Shaman King Flowers’ Sequel Series Officially Announces Anime Adaptation

Hana Asakura (Youko Hikasa) draws his blade in the first trailer for Shaman King Flowers Trailer (2024), Bridge

Though Yoh Asakura’s story may have ended nearly twenty years ago, his son Hana’s is just beginning, as Hiroyuki Takei’s Shaman King Flowers has officially announced its plans to bloom onto the small screen.

Team Hao in Shaman King Flowers KV (2024), Bridge via Twitter

Team Hao in the first key visual for Shaman King Flowers (2024), Bridge

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Taking place 16 years after his father won the eponymous title at the end of the original series, Shaman King Flowers centers on Yoh and Ana Asakura’s delinquent son Hana (CV: Youko Hikasa – Arthur Pencilgon in Shangri-La Frontier) and his inherited Guardian Spirit Amidamaru (CV: Katsuyuki Konishi – Tengen Uzui in Kimetsu No Yaiba: Demon Slayer). 

Hana Asakura in Shaman King Flowers Trailer (2024), Bridge via Youtube

Hana Asakura (Youko Hikasa) makes his debut in the first trailer for Shaman King Flowers (2024), Bridge

Spending his days living an average life filled with skipping school and gang fights, Hana’s life is soon turned on its head when his newly-met-fiancée Alumi Niumbirch (CV: Sumire Uesaka – Ranna Himawari in Rokudou no Onna-tachi) reveals that Hana’s name has been entered into the series’ Flower of Maize event.

Occurring when three or more of the eight individuals who have historically earned the title of ‘Shaman King’ find themselves dissatisfied with the role’s current representative, the event sees each former champion field their own team of select Shamans in a winner-take-all battle for the right to remain in power.

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Hana Asakura (Youko Hikasa) integrating himself with Amidamaru (Katsuyuki Konishi) in the first trailer for Shaman King Flowers (2024), Bridge

Unveiled to the series’ newly launched website on March 15th, the first trailer for Shaman King Flowers not only confirms the adaptations existence, but also teases viewers by introducing them to both Hana and Amidamaru.

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Alongside the trailer, the series’ production studio, Bridge, released their official character designs for Hana’s Flower of Maize teammates.

These include the aforementioned Alumi, who as the daughter of Silva, the Patch Tribe’s Ten Priest, inherited both his spirit and the Silver Arms, a unit of five guardian creatures whose spirits have been refined over half-a-millenia of time:

Alumi Niumbirch

Shaman King Flowers Character Design for Alumi Niumbirch (2024), Bridge via Official Website

Yohane Asakura (CV: Shun Hiori – Kazuya Kinoshita in Rent a Girlfriend), the next head of the Asakura Branch who was exiled from the main family roughly 1,000 years ago:

Yohane Asakura

Shaman King Flowers Character Design for Yohane Asakura (2024), Bridge via Official Website

The team’s Anti-Oni specialist and aspiring ‘Strongetst Man in the World’, Ibuki Gakko (CV: Michiko Kaiden – Dono in Cyberpunk: Edgerunners):

Ibuki Gakko

Shaman King Flowers Character Design for Ibuki Gakko (2024) Bridge via Official Website

And Tao Men (CV: Romi Park – Hange Zoe in Attack on Titan), who despite being only seven-years-old is considered to be the team’s strongest member thanks to his ability to wield his parents’ own guardian ghosts, Bason and Shamash (of course, as a catch, he can only tap into their powers if he follows his parents’ ironclad ‘No Kill’ rule).

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Shaman King Flowers Character Design for Tao Men (2024), Bridge via Official Website

As per the series’ debut trailer, Shaman King Flowers is currently set to premiere in January 2024.

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