Home To Your Eternity Episode 5 Preview Images Released

To Your Eternity Episode 5 Preview Images Released

“To Your Eternity” episode 5 has previews for the upcoming episode “Those Who Follow.” Parona finds a way for them to escape and get back home to Ninannah. Fushi and March’s bond becomes closer and stronger. Will they finally get their freedom from both Yanome’s group and Ninannah’s tradition? Check out the “To Your Eternity” previews on their official Twitter account:

The official website of “To Your Eternity” also released other preview images and description for episode 5. The previews teases us how March, Panora, and Fushi escape the prison in the darkness of the night by horse-drawn carriage.

While at Ninannah, March laughs and tells Fushi, “Let’s grow up together.” However, Hayase cannot allow them to escape. Lastly, it shows a preview of Fushi wearing a pained expression. If you want to watch the full preview video of episode 5, you can watch it from the twitter account of “To Your Eternity” here.

To Your Eternity — Fushi with a pained expression

It seems like it’s gonna be an eventful episode! The previews worry me, but I’m still excited to see what will happen! Especially after Fushi received a new vessel and that March gets to go back home. (Though I might brace myself just in case.)

The next episode of “To Your Eternity” is titled “Those Who Follow” and it will air on Monday, May 10 at 10:50 PM (JST). It will be available to watch on Crunchyroll, though in selected regions only. If you enjoy “To Your Eternity”, make sure to vote for it on our weekly poll! Furthermore, you may read all our other “To Your Eternity” articles here.

“To Your Eternity” is an anime adaptation of the manga series written by Yoshitoki Ōima. It follows the story of a mysterious orb sent to Earth. It has no identity nor emotions, but through time it learns to take different forms. One day, it acquires the form of a boy and gains consciousness. The boy, Fushi, sets off to travel in search of new experiences, places, and people. “The journey begins.”

Source: To Your Eternity Official TwitterTo Your Eternity Official Website
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