Moyashimon Returns

Moyashimon Returns

MyAnimeList - 7.24
Anilist - 6.9
Kitsu - 7.26


Average Rating

In the second season the story continues exactly where it left off previously. Professor Itsuki's Fermentation Cellar and laboratory is ready for operation and with Sawaki Tadayasu's unique gift to see and communicate with microbes to help, Itsuki's motley group of students begin to process different fermented products like soy sauce and sake. (Source: ANN)

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Japanese: もやしもん リターンズ
Type: TV
Episodes: 11
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 6, 2012 to Sep 14, 2012
Premiered: Summer 2012
Broadcast: Fridays at 00:45 (JST)
Producers: Aniplex, Dentsu, Kodansha, Fuji TV
Studios: Telecom Animation Film, Shirogumi
Source: Manga
Genres: Comedy, Supernatural, School, Seinen
Duration: 23 min per ep
Rating: PG-13 – Teens 13 or older
Resolution: 480p, 1080p, 720p
Type: BD, Eng Sub


Yuuichirou Yano – Director
Nobuo Tomisawa – Episode Director
Daisuke Watanabe – Script
ClariS – Theme Song Performance
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Theme Songs

OP1: “Wake Up” by ClariS
ED1: “Saikin (最近)” by Hiiragi

Episode List

01: The Moyashi Gang Rises
02: The Fermenting Cellar
03: Team Oikawa
04: An Autumn of Change
05: The Harvest Festival
06: Teamwork
07: Bird in a Cage
08: Mariage
09: On the Route des Grand Crus
10: Misunderstandings
11: We’re Home



Good follow up to Season 1 glad we got to see more of Kei.


People might be thrown off by new character designs (I was) but the heart is still there. Tone is a bit heavier and an actual story is told.


Not terrible but noticeably worse than season 1.



    "We, who hurt each other so terribly, will sit here licking each other's wounds. We damaged goods will each seek the other out in comfort. If you are to die tomorrow, I'm fine with my life ending then as well. But if you want to live for me for one more day,I'll go on living with you today as well. And thus begins a tale of kindred, bound by their scars. Soaked in red and written in black, a story of blood. One of which I'll never speak. Our very own, precious as it is, story of scars. And I have no intention of reciting it to anyone."