Sentai Filmworks releases an exclusive English dub clip for the fifth and final season of Food Wars! with a list of voices in English.
Sentai Filmworks has released a brand new clip from the upcoming English dub of Food wars! The Fifth Plate.
The new footage gives fans an exclusive look at the English dub of the first episode of the final arc of Food wars! The clip features Soma Yukihara and his friends as they begin their final exams for the first semester of their second year at the elite Totsuki Saryo Culinary Institute. The school’s newest instructor, Suzuki, is introduced as the exam proctor, but while the rest of his classmates flatter him, Soma has a distinct feeling that he’s met him before. Either way, Soma has his work cut out for him and his friends to renovate an abandoned beach restaurant to make at least 3 million yen in sales in just three days.
Sentai Filmworks also dropped a cast list for the fifth and final season’s English dub on its website. Fans of the dub will be able to enjoy the latest arc with the return of many of their favorite voice actors, such as Blake Shepard (Darling in the Franxx) as Soma, Stephanie Wittels (Tanaka-kun is still apathetic) as the Divine Tongue, Erina Nakiri and Jad Saxton (Kaguya-sama: Love is war) as Megumi Tadokoro, Soma’s best friend. The Season 5 English dub is directed by Kyle Colby Jones of Akame ga Kill! and Parasite -the maxim- notoriety.
Yuto Tsukuda and Shun Saeki Food wars! is a Japanese manga series following Soma Yukihara, a teenager who dreams of working as a full-time chef at his father’s restaurant, “Restaurant Yukihara”. Her aspirations are put on the back burner, however, when her father closes the restaurant to travel the world for his new job. Soma secures a spot at the prestigious culinary school Totsuki Saryo Culinary Institute, where students compete in culinary competitions called “shokugeki”. There, Soma makes friends and rivals, as he challenges elite academy students and other aspiring chefs to shougeki competitions to become the best of the best.
An animated adaptation of Food wars! was announced in October 2014, and it ran for a total of 86 episodes to span five seasons. The Japanese version of Food wars! The Fifth Plate aired between April 11 and September 26, 2020, but unlike previous seasons, it received a generally mixed response from audiences due to what some fans consider the series’ weak ending and the latter’s less than compelling storyline. bow.
The five seasons of Food wars! are available to stream now on Crunchyroll.
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