Yuru Camp Season 3: Release Date, Cast, And Everything We Know About

The ‘Yuru Camp’ or ‘Laid-Back Camp’ anime series is an Iyashikei slice-of-life adaptation of a manga series authored and illustrated by Afro. The plot centers on a group of young ladies whose favorite pastime is going on camping trips together. They go all around Japan to stay at different campgrounds, do things like try the local food, and see the sights.

The first season of “Yuru Camp” was broadcast on Netflix between January 4 and March 22, 2018. Since its debut, the anime has distinguished itself even among iyashikei works with its enthusiastic celebration of leisure and travel. The second season has just concluded. Here’s what we know about Season 3 if you’re interested:

Yuru Camp Season 3 Release Date

On October 10, 2022, at a special event called Final Stage Greeting, it was revealed that Yuru Camp would return for a third season. The event featured a live screening of the film alongside recorded remarks from voice actors Hanamori Yumiri (Nadeshiko) and Touyama Nao (Rin) at 16 locations across Japan.

The author of the Yuru Camp manga, Afro, shared the cover for the upcoming fourteenth volume on Twitter along with the news. To mark the release of Season 3, he also shared a unique illustration. Nadeshiko, Rin, and one of Nadeshiko’s friends, Aoi Inuyama, were all holding camping supplies and smiling broadly at the artwork. There has been no additional information on season 3 of Yuru Camp. There is no information about the premiere date or the number of episodes. We can only make educated guesses based on prior seasons.

There were a total of 12 episodes in the first season of Yuru Camp, which aired from January to March 2018. There were 13 episodes in the second season, which broadcast from January to April 2021. In July 2022, the film was released. If previous seasons are any indication, season 3 of Yuru Camp will likely premiere in the first half of 2023. It will also have roughly the same number of episodes, maybe 12.

Yuru Camp Storyline

The protagonists of Yuru Camp are a group of high school women who discover a bond through their love of camping. Each episode is an upbeat depiction of their camping trips, which highlights the serene beauty of Japanese campgrounds. The show is soothing and engaging because of the way it combines aspects of ‘Slice of Life’ anime with travelogue-style storytelling.

Characters like Rin Shima, who enjoys the peace and quiet of tent camping by herself, and Nadeshiko Kagamihara, who thrives in a social camping environment, are crucial to the story. As the story develops, they team up with Aoi Inuyama, Chiaki Oogaki, and Ena Saitou to form the “Outdoor Activities Club,” which travels to various camping destinations in Japan.

Yuru Camp Cast and characters

  • Nadeshiko Kagamihara Voiced by: Yumiri Hanamori(Japanese); Morgan Lauré Garrett(English)
    An energetic girl who befriends Rin and joins the Outdoor Activities Circle.
  • Rin Shima Voiced by: Nao Tōyama(Japanese); Celeste Perez(English)
    A generally quiet girl who enjoys camping by herself.
  • Chiaki Ōgaki Voiced by: Sayuri Hara(Japanese); Katelyn Barr(English)
    President of the Outdoor Activities Circle.
  • Aoi Inuyama Voiced by: Aki Toyosaki(Japanese); Hannah Alyea(English)
    Chiaki’s friend and member of the Outdoor Activities Circle
  • Ena Saitō Voiced by: Rie Takahashi(Japanese); Molly Zhang(English)
    Rin’s cheerful classmate. Her name comes from Ena, Gifu.
  • Sakura Kagamihara Voiced by: Marina Inoue(Japanese); Robin Clayton(English)
    Nadeshiko’s older sister.
  • Minami Toba Voiced by: Shizuka Itō (Japanese); Leah Clark (English)
    A substitute teacher at Motosu High School.
  • Ryōko Toba Voiced by: Sachi Kokuryu (Japanese); Rowan Gilvie (English)
    Minami’s younger sister, who commonly camps with her.
  • Ayano Toki Voiced by: Tomoyo Kurosawa
    Nadeshiko’s childhood friend from middle school.
  • Hajime Shinshiro Voiced by: Akio Ōtsuka
    Rin’s maternal grandfather.
  • Wataru Shima Voiced by: Takahiro Sakurai
    Rin’s father. He goes to work with a moped.
  • Saki ShimaVoiced by: Kaori Mizuhashi (Japanese); Kelsey Maher (English)
    Rin’s mother. She went camping together with her husband and father (Rin’s grandfather) in the past.
  • Shūichiro Kagamihara Voiced by: Shintaro Ōhata
    Nadeshiko’s father. He loves eating.
  • Shizuka Kagamihara Voiced by: Nozomi Yamamoto (Japanese); Monét Lerner(English)
  • Akari Inuyama Voiced by: Risae Matsuda
  • Mineko Inuyama Voiced by: Naomi Shindō.
  • Jun Saitō Portrayed by: Jun Hashimoto

Yuru Camp Season 3 Plot

The fifth and sixth graders, together with their teacher Minami and Aoi’s sister Akari, are still having a great time camping in Izu at the end of season two. When it finally does stop, the girls are sad. The friends make a pact to organize another camping trip in the near future. Nadeshiko and the other girls ride in Minami’s car while Rin rides her moped back home.

Rin begins to feel the effects of her journey’s isolation. The trip back home for Nadeshiko ends well. Nadeshiko becomes concerned when she and their friends try to contact Rin but receive no response. She then persuades her sibling to drive her to the area where she anticipates seeing Rin. Once again reunited, Rin pauses to give the two old pals an opportunity to catch up. As the episode draws to a close, Rin is describing her first camping trip.

The future anime film could focus on Rin’s first camping experience. A future setting is possible in which the girls gather together for another camping trip. Content from volumes 10 and up may be adapted for season 3. The girls may be seen making a quick visit to Ena’s house. Nadeshiko may go on more of these sorts of adventures by herself. It’s possible that she, Rin, and Ayano will go on a camping vacation.

Yuru Camp Season 3 Trailer

Fans of Yuru Camp may be dismayed to learn that the third season hasn’t even gotten a trailer yet. Instead, we get Asaka’s still-catchy-and-cheerful opening song from the second season. However, keep the faith! There are signs and indicators about what to anticipate from the third season of Yuru Camp based on the past two seasons and the recent movie.

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