Shikizakura Episode 08: Release Date and Watch Online

Shikizakura Episode 08 is expected to release on 28th November 2021. Fans are very excited and eagerly waiting for the series.

Shikizakura is a Japanese anime television series co-produced by Chukyo TV and animation studio Sublimation. The series is chiefly directed by Shinya Sugai, directed by Gō Kurosaki, and features character designs by Manabu Nakatake.


More About Shikizakura 

Shikizakura is a Japanese anime series. The series is full of cherry blossoms and trees are colored with autumn leaves. In this special place, where the transient world meets the spirit world, a ritual to save humanity is about to begin.

The series centers on Kakeru Miwa, a high school student and the main character in Shikizakura. He finds himself in the middle of a battle between Yoroi, powered suits, and Onis, that emerge from the demon world to prey on humans.

By eventually putting on a Yoroi by chance and going on to join a team to fight against the Onis.

Shikizakura Episode 08

Determined to become a hero, Kakeru battles Onis to protect Ouka Myojin, the shrine maiden destined to save the world. The eighth episode is titled “Dearest Wish / Mother” will reveal the arrangements of Oka and her group, who are planning to go for a vacation.

Whereas Ryo figures out that Oka is excited to see the statue. Moreover, Kakaru and Ibara expressed themselves as heroes. Later Oka tells everyone about the golden treasure and the way to get it.

Shikizakura Episode 08

Shikizakura Episode 08 Release Date 

Shikizakura is a Japanese anime series. It is a science-fiction drama with lots of new inventions and graphics. This series is receiving so much popularity within the premier of just a few episodes.

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Viewers are very amazed and waiting for its new episodes. Now, the wait is over as Shikizakura Episode 8 is going to premiere on 28th November 2021.

Where to Watch 

Viewers can watch Shikizakura Episode 8 online on Anime Digital Network and Bilibili TV. You can also stream it on ANIPLUS and HIDIVE.

Stay tuned with Stanford Art Review for more updates.

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