Anime Shonen cooking series Food Wars joins Toonami!

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Great news anime fans! If you can’t get enough of Food Wars and you want more fun, I hope you are still watching anime on Toonami because this anime coming out from the kitchen to your home TV or app! It’s been announced by Sentai Filmworks, English company who licenses and sells anime titles, that thanks to Toonami, the anime series Food Wars: Shokugeki no Soma is coming to Toonami on July 6th. With anime like Hunter x Hunter and JoJo Part 4 leaving, this is another Shonen Jump title that will be on TV where you can watch people cook delicious dishes and see people’s clothes explode from foodgasms. According to the schedule, this anime is going to be replacing another Shonen Jump title called The Promised Neverland. Sword Art Online Alicization will still be on the schedule until July 13th once the first half of the Alicization arc is done. Once this anime leaves, the schedule may get another update.

11:00PM – Dragon Ball Super
11:30PM – Attack on Titan
12:00AM – Sword Art Online: Alicization
12:30AM – Lupin the 3rd Part V
1:00AM – Food Wars
1:30AM – Black Clover
2:00AM – Boruto: Naruto Next Generations
2:30AM – Naruto: Shippuden
3:00AM – Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin
3:30AM – My Hero Academia

source:

Toonami Faithful

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4 thoughts on “Anime Shonen cooking series Food Wars joins Toonami!

    • I don’t know. I hear it’s uncensored in the home videos. I think they might change it a little bit or not do it. I remember they did edit one scene in the anime Kill la Kill. Overall, I think this anime is going to be untouched.

  1. I don’t have high hopes for this one. It sounds pretty bad imo, too much fanservice but it’s always good to see more shows getting on Toonami I suppose

    • Yeah I can see why. It’s going to be focused on fanservice and the only anime that I know that used both fanservice and action was Kill la Kill. The anime we usually get on Toonami is usually action based shows. I haven’t fully got into Food Wars, but I hear it’s mostly popular for fanservice and cooking. It’s going to be a challenge for people who are watching this on public TV.

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