My Hero Academia Season 7 Reveals Omoinotake to Perform Ending Theme

My Hero Academia Season 7

The latest update from the official website of the MHA anime reveals that Omoinotake will be providing the ending theme song “Tsubomi” (Flower Bud) for the upcoming My Hero Academia Season 7.

Additionally, fans can anticipate the opening theme song “Tagatame,” performed by TK from Ling Tosite Sigure, as previewed in the latest trailer.

My Hero Academia Season 7 Revealed New Ending Theme

Known for their contributions to other anime like ONE PIECE and Horimiya, Omoinotake brings their musical talent once again to this popular series.

Following the conclusion of the sixth season in March 2023, the seventh season of the anime was revealed. To fill the void, a special four-episode compilation called My Hero Academia Memories, which included some new scenes, launched on April 6.

For My Hero Academia Season 7, Kenji Nagasaki serves as chief director, with Naomi Nakayama as director. Yosuke Kuroda oversees the series’ composition, ensuring that the story flows well.

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Hitomi Udashima and Yoshihiko Umakoshi serve as character designers, helping to shape the series’ visual style. Yuki Hayashi returns to compose the music, which enhances the tale with sound.

More information about Omoinotake’s ending theme song will be revealed closer to the debut of My Hero Academia Season 7, which is set for May 4. Stay tuned for more information as the release date approaches!

The much-anticipated new season, which begins with episode 139 of the overall anime series, will air on May 4.

Everything you need to know about MHA Season 7

The upcoming season of My Hero Academia will focus on the difficult Star and Stripe Arc. Star and Stripe, voiced by Romi Park, will travel to Japan to assist in the fight against All Might.

However, both sides are ready for action, with Tomura Shigaraki preparing to counterattack.

New episodes of My Hero Academia are set to premiere in Japan on May 4, 2024, marking the highly anticipated return of the series.

Fans worldwide can also catch the action as it unfolds on Crunchyroll, ensuring that enthusiasts everywhere can enjoy the latest developments in the hero-filled world of My Hero Academia.

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