Shaman King 2021 Opening

Credit-Less Shaman King 2021 Opening and Ending Now on YouTube

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The credit-less opening and ending for the Shaman King 2021 anime are now on King Amusement Creative’s YouTube channel. Its first episode aired on April 1, 2021. “Soul Salvation” is the opening, and the ending is “Boku no Yubisaki.” Megumi Hayashibara, who voices Anna Kyoyama, sang both of them. [Thanks, Dengeki Online!]

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The opening is packed with action, as the main cast show off their Oversouls against Hao. It also teases characters such as the extended Asakura family and the X-LAWs. Shaman King will have 52 episodes and will cover all 35 volumes.

You can view the credit-less opening here:

The opening “Soul Salvation” is now available on music streaming services such as YouTube Music, Apple Music, and Spotify. The single will release on April 14, 2021.

The ending is “Boku no Yubisaki” and the credit-less version is also on YouTube. The ending is more low-energy than the ending, and it highlights the girls of Shaman King. Anna, Pirica, Tao Jun, and Tamao each have their moments, before it shows the rest of the characters.

You can watch the credit-less ending here:

The majority of the cast is the same as the one from the original series. However, there is a new actress for protagonist Yoh. Yoh Asakura was originally voiced by Yuko Sato, but for the 2021 series Yoko Hikasa plays him. Hikasa played Mio Akiyama in K-On!, Kyoko Kirigiri in Danganronpa, and Emi Yusa in The Devil is a Part-Timer.

Shaman King is streaming on websites such as Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video.

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