Hozuki and his hell-raising co-workers are back! As King Enma's demonic chief of staff continues to run the Japanese afterlife with his usual sadistic efficiency, the rest of Hell's denizens continue their wacky hijinks as they go about their hellish tasks each day. Whether they are renovating the palace of their retired queen using deceased souls as decorations, putting idols to work in their torture rooms as a press stunt or dealing with a riot in Children's Limbo, a day in Hell is never dull! Some new faces from Japanese folklore make an appearance and the secrets of Hozuki's origin are revealed.
Season 2 part 1 of this series is way more entertaining than season 1. It exceeded my expectations. I thought it'd be a bit of a bore like season 1 but not at all. Season 2, the storyline was more.. varied? Season 1 focused more on the main character's department and ongoing activities in their surrounding. While season 2 finally tells us about the different parts of Hell and how each regional/department functions, task of each Gods and their minions, tortures, yada yada As a non native of Japan, it's kind of interesting to me cause even though it's sort of a comidic series, it's also quite educational as we get to see how Japan perceive life after death. The afterlife and how hell manages. (just don't take it literally) They introduced a lot of new characters here as well as some 'culture' from the West and Egyptian side (demons). They appeared for a short skit in the episode but still it was entertaining. All I can say is, it was fun. I love the zashiki warashi twins! so adorable. Looking forward to part 2 amd season 3. Def should watch this~
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