Alice in Borderland Season 2 Cast: Meet Season 2’s New Characters


The second season of Alice in Borderland premieres on December 22! We feel obligated to reveal the cast members whose performances you can expect to enjoy while you marathon the entire season. Keep reading to learn more about the returning cast members of Alice in Borderland Season 2.

In the period since we last saw Arisu, Usagi, and the others, they have been stuck in a parallel Tokyo, where they must compete in a series of more dangerous games in order to earn numbered playing cards. To return to the actual world, one must acquire all the numbered cards, or so the legend goes.

Unfortunately, even after Arisu and company gathered all of the numbered cards, they were still trapped in the alternate Tokyo at the end of the first season.

It was announced in the season 1 finale’s shocking twist that the remaining characters would have to participate in further games. Getting the complete set of numbered cards was only the first step. The next step is a struggle for control of all face cards. After competing in the new games and acquiring all face cards, would the players be able to leave the parallel dimension? Perhaps season 2 of Alice in Borderland will reveal all.

The question is, who will actually be appearing in Season 2? See below for the full list of actors and actresses.

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How well did the Netflix show Alice in Borderland do?

According to Netflix, there were 18 million households that watched at least one episode of the first season during the first 28 days it was available.

Furthermore, according to top 10 tracking statistics provided by FlixPatrol, the series was successful in nations such as Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore, Japan, and Hong Kong. The series visited most regions outside of Asia for multiple days, including Canada, where it was broadcast for four days.

However, the United States did not get the Alice in Borderland feature.

What should we remember from Season 1 of “Alice in Borderland”?

If you missed some of Season 1, here’s a quick recap: The game at the heart of Alice in Borderland is categorized by playing cards, with each card’s suit representing a round’s style (clubs are team games, spades are strength, diamonds are wits, and hearts are psychological) and each card’s number representing the round’s difficulty. After losing his friends in a game of Hearts, Arisu helps Usagi solve the game and collect all of the cards.

This leads them to a hotel full of other players, where they discover that everyone has collected all the numbered cards except for the Ten of Hearts.

Alice in Borderland Season 2 Cast: Meet Season 2's New Characters

Most of the remaining players die in that last round, but Arisu and Usagi make it out alive. They find a room underground where the people they thought were the “gamemasters” are dead. At the end of the season, they meet a woman named Mira Kano (Riisa Naka) who tells them that the games are just getting started and that now the face cards are at stake.

From what the trailer shows, Season 2 will focus on the face card rounds and the end of the game. In one scene, Mira says, “Welcome to the final game venue.” Also, if you know the manga, Season 1 covered the first 31 chapters, so Season 2 will cover the next 33.

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Alice in Borderland Season 2 Who All In Cast

Kento Yamazaki (Arisu), Tao Tsuchiya (Usagi), Nijiro Murakami (Chishiya), Ayaka Miyoshi (Ann), Dori Sakurada (Niragi), Aya Asahina (Kuina), Sho Aoyagi (Aguni), and Riisa Naka (Mira) return in the second season.

To round out the cast for season two, we have Yuri Tsunematsu, Tomohisa Yamashita, Hayato Isomura, Honami Sato, Kai Inowaki, and Katsuya Maiguma. In this production, Yuri assumes the role of Heiya, a high school student. Tomohisa plays the role of Kyuma, the King of Clubs. Hayato portrays Banda in the production. In this production, Honami plays the role of Kotoko. Kai portrays the role of Jack of Hearts incarnate in Matsushita. Finally, Katsuya portrays Yaba.

1) Kento Yamazaki as Ryōhei Arisu

For Alice in Borderland, Kento Yamazaki plays the lead character of Ryhei Arisu. Yamazaki shines in the official trailer for the series, appearing to effortlessly convey all the nuanced facets of his character. In the upcoming season, the actor will deliver a strong performance, which will delight fans.

Kento Yamazaki has appeared in a number of other shows besides Alice in Borderland. Some of these are Kiss That Kills, A Girl and Three Sweethearts, and Water Polo Yankees. Wotakoi: Love is Hard for Otaku, A Forest of Wool and Steel, and many others are among the movies he’s worked on.

2) Tao Tsuchiya as Yuzuha Usagi

In the latest season of Netflix’s sci-fi show, Tao Tsuchiya plays Yuzuha Usagi. Tsuchiya, judging by the preview, will give just as impressive a performance this season as she did last.

The 8-Year Engagement, What Do You Do With the Dead Kaiju?, Jump!! Notable examples include Food Luck and The Heroes of the Gold.

3) Nijirō Murakami as Shuntarō Chishiya

In Alice in Borderland, Nijir Murakami portrays Shuntar Chishiya. Murakami’s character is a mysterious and astute player who becomes acquainted with Arisu and Usagi through a chain of circumstances. The majority of reviewers praised his work in the first.Murakami is widely known for his performances in Still the WaterCome Come Everybody, and Baragaki: Unbroken Samurai, to name a few.

In addition to the aforementioned performers, the show also features many more in pivotal supporting and smaller roles, including:

  • Aya Asahina as Hikari Kuina
  • Ayaka Miyoshi as Ann Rizuna
  • Riisa Naka as Mira Kano

Official Trailer Of Alice in Borderland Season 2


  • Viraj Patil

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