This January on Animax Asia, let’s start welcoming the new year with a new journey and new acquaintances in the new anime that you can look forward to this month.
This January, one of the popular isekai anime of the year 2022, My Isekai Life, is coming to Animax Asia, as well as the new anime Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible that will be aired, eXpress from Japan.
“My Isekai Life: I Gained a Second Character Class and Became the Strongest Sage in the World!” premieres January 11, Wednesday to Thursday at 8:00pm, back to back episodes
Sano Yuji is an ordinary employee employed by a black company. Suddenly, he is summoned to another world and becomes a beast tamer. Occasionally, he meets some slimes who have read magical books that help him gain magical powers and a second career, Sage.
Despite obtaining overwhelming power, Yuji is unaware of himself. Under the unconscious, Yuji Become the strongest in the world！
“Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible” premieres January 11, every Wednesday at 10:30pm, aired the same day as Japan #Animax_eXpress.
High school student Junta Shiraishi has a simple goal—to live a fulfilling youth. In fact, Shiraishi’s lack of presence is so severe that people think his seat in class is always empty, and mistakenly assume that he often skips school. There is even a weird rumor, claiming that those who spot Shiraishi will be blessed with good fortune.
The second cour of the hit sports anime “Blue Lock” continues to air every Sunday at 8:30pm, same day as Japan. #Animax_eXpress
Japan had trouble getting back on track after the 2018 World Cup disaster. but constantly feel as though something is lacking? Yes, they have an unbeatable forward who can help them win. The JFA is committed to producing a striker who is hungry for both goals and victory so that he can be a key component in recovering from defeats. 300 of Japan’s best players and most talented young players have been gathered for this purpose. Who will emerge as the top member of the leadership group? Will they be able to overcome everyone’s biceps and egos that get in their way?
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