Beautiful artwork by fan artist Fruit Basket honors Tohru and Kyo Sohma’s healthy love story.
A Twitter user named GloomyChuu created the artwork, with a wide-eyed, blushing Tohru being hugged by Kyo. Both characters are depicted in high school uniforms, making viewers familiar with the series listen to the first years of the couple’s romance. The artist has framed the image with a border of brightly colored flowers and plants.
Tohru and Kyo’s Romance in Fruits Basket
The touching romance between Kyo and Tohru begins when a young high school student moves into Yuki and Shigure Sohma’s house after losing her mother. Soon after, Kyo also moves in, and the pair gradually become closer, despite Kyo’s sole determination to defeat Yuki and claim his rightful place as a member of the royal family. true religion. While Kyo’s past was rejected and grieved, Tohru’s unconditional acceptance of him softened his heart and made him fall in love with her. At the end of the story, the two get married and have a son named Hajime.
The manga Natsuki Takaya’s Fruits Basket was serialized by Hakusensha in the semi-monthly Hana to Yume magazine from July 1998 to November 2006. The manga revolves around the Sohma family, which for generations has been tormented by a curse that causes the their members transform into Zodiac animals when hugged by the opposite sex. Although those affected by the curse suffered in different ways, Tohru’s undying kindness captured their hearts and helped each one begin to move forward. A sequel to the manga, Fruits Basket Another, launched on the HanaLaLa Online manga site in September 2015 and continued serialization until August 2017. Manga Park’s website picked up the series in August 2017. subscription until the end of April 2020.
Anime adaptation of Fruits Basket
The popularity of Fruits Basket has led to many anime adaptations. Studio DEEN (Hetalia, Fate/stay night) produced a 26-episode anime series that aired from July 2001 to December 2001. Akitaro Daichi (Kamisama Kiss) is directing the series, while Rika Nakase is supervising. The Composition section of the movie. In 2019, 8PAN and TMS Entertainment co-produced a Fruits Basket reboot that, unlike the 2001 anime, covers the manga’s entire story. The series spans three seasons, opening on April 6, 2019 and ending on June 29, 2021. Yoshihide Ibata directs the anime, while Taku Kishimoto (Haikyu!!, Don’t Toy With Me) is directing the anime. , Miss Nagatoro) is in charge of Series Composition.
The original 2001 Fruits Basket anime and the 2019 reboot are both available on Crunchyroll.