Shaman King
  • First air date: 2021-04-01
  • Last air date: 2021-04-15
  • Original country: JP
  • Original language: ja
  • Runtime: 24 minutes
  • Production: Bridge / King Records / TV Tokyo / Techno Sound /
  • Genre: AnimationComedySci-Fi & FantasyAction & Adventure
  • TV Network:

    TV Tokyo


    AT-X


    TV Aichi


Shaman King

Number of seasons: 1 Number of episodes: 52

Overview: The Shaman King is the one who can contact the king of spirits and reshape the world. Every 500 years, shamans, who can commune between the worlds of the living and dead, compete in the Shaman Fight to become the next Shaman King.Among those aiming for the top is a young shaman named Yoh Asakura.

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