Kakegurui Season 3: Kaguya-sama: Love Is War: Ultra Romantic, the third season of Kaguya-sama: Love Is War, is a 2022 Japanese anime series based on the manga series of the same name, written and created by Aka Akasaka.
It was announced for production during the “Kaguya-sama Wants To Tell You On Stage” special event on October 25, 2020.
With returning staff and cast members, the season premiered on April 9, 2022. The opening theme is Masayuki Suzuki’s “Giri Giri,” which features Suu from Silent Siren, and the closing theme is Airi Suzuki’s “Heart was Oteage” (“My Heart Doesn’t Know What to Do”).
The closing song for episode 5 is “My Nonfiction,” performed by Makoto Furukawa and Konomi Kohara as Miyuki and Chika, respectively.
Kakegurui Season 3 Plot
Crunchyroll now has the English dub of Kaguya-sama: Love Is War -Ultra Romantic-.
When Ishigami notices Miko hasn’t fully plugged in her headphones, he tries to warn her by playing music aloud with his headphones on, but he fails.
Miyuki contacts Kaguya after she fails to react to his marked-as-read text messages; Ai falsely claims that she always keeps the messaging application open on a computer. Kaguya wins an arm-wrestling match held by the Student Council.
Miyuki and Osaragi brainstorm ways for Ishigami and Miko to get along after observing their dislike for one another. Osaragi reminds the two that they are in denial and forces them to change.
When Kaguya learns that Miyuki has agreed to attend a karaoke party, he sends Ai undercover as Herthaka to the event to keep other girls from approaching him and persuade him to leave. In an attempt to attract him, Ai lures him into a room by himself. Kaguya brings Ai home, who is fatigued due to his talent to sing, while Miyuki goes to the restroom.
Nagisa goes to the Student Council because she thinks her boyfriend is cheating on her with Maki; she discovers that the two have a lot of interaction. Nagisa confronts her lover, who discloses that he asked Maki to pick her present. Ishigami and Miyuki meet Maki, who admits to wanting to kidnap Nagisa’s lover.
Kaguya and the Student Council perform a group dating game after overhearing Miyuki’s chat regarding the karaoke event. After the game, he informs her that he did depart with a girl but had no illegal intents. Kaguya exits, satisfied, while cryptically responding to him.
Tsubame, a third-year student who assisted Ishigami with the sports festival, is a favourite of Ishigami’s. However, he believes it is difficult to ask her out because of his low self-esteem, but Kaguya believes in him and wants him to earn a top 50 academy score in the approaching final examinations.
Ishigami is not among the top 50 students in his class. He promised to achieve next semester, feeling guilty and furious.
Chika and Kaguya spend the night at Kaguya’s house. They call Miyuki and inquire about the person he likes; Kei replies with Herthaka, which causes a misunderstanding because Ai is cross-dressing as Kaguya’s butler under the same alias.
Miyuki wants to convey a heartfelt message to Ai through rap, so he and Chika teach each other to rap. After inviting Ai to the meeting, she and Kaguya show up to listen in. Ai finally finds relief when she expresses her “true desires” to Kaguya; her need for a male friend and living her life as a normal teenager.
Finding Maki crying in the Student Council room, Ishigami and Miyuki talk with her about Tsubasa, Nagisa’s boyfriend. The three discuss their internal struggles with confessing to their respective crushes.
Kakegurui Season 3 Cast
Kaguya-sama: Love is War’s third season will be a large one, with practically the entire cast from the previous two seasons returning, including:
- Kaguya Shinomiya (Aoi Koga)
- Miyuki Shirogane is played by Makoto Furukawa.
- Chika Fujiwara is played by Konomi Kohara.
- Y Ishigami is played by Ryta Suzuki.
- Rei Onodera is played by Yki Takada.
- Miko is played by Miyu Tomita. Iino
- Ai Hayasaka is played by Yumiri Hanamori.
- Nagisa Kashiwagi is played by Momo Asakura.
- Kobachi Osaragi is played by Rina Hidaka.
- Yutaka Aoyama as Narrator Taku Yashiro as Kashiwagi’s boyfriend
Kaguya-third sama’s season will have an advance showing at the Aratani Theater in Los Angeles at 4 p.m. PT and at the Japan Society in New York City at 7 p.m. ET, according to Aniplex. Aoi Koga (Kaguya Shinomiya), Makoto Furukawa (Miyuki Shirogane), Konomi Kohara (Chika Fujiwara), Ryta Suzuki (Y Ishigami), and Miyu Tomita will appear in a chat show following the screening of the highly anticipated animation (Miko Iino).
Kakegurui Season 3 Episodes Release Date
Before its April 8, 2022 premiere, Kaguya-sama: Love is War will have an advance showing of its third season in select U.S. theatres.
On the morning of May 13th, 2022, the sixth episode of Kaguya-Sama: Love is War -Ultra Romantic- will be released. At 9:30 a.m. Pacific Time, the episode will be accessible (PT).
Kakegurui Season 3 Available Platforms
Crunchyroll and Funimation will be the only places where fans of the adaptation may watch the sixth episode. It’s vital to note that you must be a paid subscriber to either service to see the episode on release day.
The episode will be made accessible at a later point for individuals who prefer to watch the series in dubbed form, as there are presently only two dubbed episodes available at the time this article is being published.
As is customary, the show will cover three manga chapters and will last approximately 19 to 20 minutes, including the opening and closing credits.
As previously stated, you can watch all of the episodes of Kaguya-Sama: Love is War -Ultra Romantic-, as well as the first two seasons of the anime series, only on Crunchyroll and Funimation.
On a related topic, now that you know when and where to watch the sixth chapter of Kaguya-Sama: Love is War -Ultra Romantic-, don’t forget to check out the latest episode of the Spy x Family anime adaptation.