Piano no Mori Season 2

Release Date, Full Episodes

Piano no Mori season 2 started airing on Sunday, January 27, 2019. Subscribe below for season Two fan alert to get a short reminder email the day of the season finale — Apr 14, 2019. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.

List of Episodes

S2E1 Episode 1

S2E2 Fixation

S2E3 Awakening

S2E4 Promise

S2E5 The Dance of Deliberation

S2E6 Requiem

S2E7 For the Sake of Your Number One

S2E8 The Truth About Wei Pang

S2E9 For Your Living Evidence

S2E10 In the Country Where Chopin was Born

S2E11 Hero

most recent episode S2E12 The Best Pianist in the World

How many episodes are in season 2 of Piano no Mori?

The season consists of 12 episodes.

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Fan Buzz

Her work on this show was phenominal. Her work is so amazing that some of the characters she plays are more popular just because her voice is behind that character. Still Usagi. If I could hint off from Weiss Kreuz music. What can I say about him.

Critics Reviews

    Netflix Anime Series Forest of Piano season 2 continues in the same vein as its predecessor. The creators of the anime understand the piano; what it means to be a pianist, and the historical impact it has on musicians and observers today. It’s a strange series in a sense that it divulges in focused emotion, with the characters drinking in each key pressed, relaying their thought process as they listen to an arrangement from the stage. Forest of Piano remains endearing, but unlike season 1, where it heavily relied on Kai Ichinose, season 2 feels more balanced in terms of character involvement. Netflix Anime Series Forest of Piano season 2 continues in the same vein as its predecessor. The creators of the anime understand the piano; what it means to be a pianist, and the historical impact it has on musicians and observers today. It’s a strange series in a sense that it divulges in focused emotion, with the characters drinking in each key pressed, relaying their thought process as they listen to an arrangement from the stage. Forest of Piano remains endearing, but unlike season 1, where it heavily relied on Kai Ichinose, season 2 feels more balanced in terms of character involvement. <...> - according to ReadySteadyCut - Season 2 [Dan Hart]

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