The Summer Time Rendering Episode 21 release date is on September 2, 2022.
On August 30, 2022, the official website for the anime adaptation of Yasuki Tanaka’s mystery, supernatural, suspense manga Summer Time Rendering released a synopsis and screenshots from its highly-anticipated upcoming 21st episode, which hints at the events that will come to pass in Shinpei Ajiro’s Longest Day.
During Summer Time Rendering Episode 20 Shinpei did his best to try and save Hizuru. Unfortunately, Shinpei’s looping gave enough intel to Haine to pass on to Shide about their previous battle and so by the time Shinpei arrives at the beach it’s to see Hizuru already impaled on Shide’s naginata. Thinking fast, Shinpei reaches into his pocket as if to take out Ushio in the form of the shell necklace, and the motion is worrying enough to Haine that she decides to retreat.
Shinpei then decides that he wants to loop again in order to save Hizuru, but Shadow Mio disarms him and reminds him that his looping ability has already come to the very edge. Viewers were thrown for a loop when with her final breath Hizuru revealed that Shide and Haine’s goals are actually different.
Hizuru tells Shinpei that Shide is using Haine and requests that he save her. Before she dies, Hizuru is able to pass on Ryuunosuke’s data to Shinpei.
WARNING: MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD
According to the synopsis from the official website, Summer Time Rendering Episode 21 will focus on Shinpei searching for a solution to everything while dealing with the aftermath of Hizuru’s death. Although, Shinpei is mourning Hizuru he doesn’t have time to dwell on his feelings when Seido Hishigata suddenly appears before him. During his conversation with Seido, Shinpei learns something about Shide he didn’t know before. Apparently, it’s possible Shide kept his own corpse as a “backup” body in the event he was ever killed.
As Shinpei tries to piece all of the information he’s learned together, he remembers something interesting. On the day of the Hitogashima Festival on July 24th, Ushio, who is clueless of the current events, will return. This means that Ushio’s resurrection is possible, but will Ushio’s added help be enough to protect Shinpei from Haine and Karikiri’s evil clutches?
What is the plot of Summer Time Rendering?
The story centers on a young man named Shinpei Ajiro, who has bi-colored eyes. After the death of his parents, he was adopted into the Kofune family and gained two stepsisters – Ushio and Mio. Feeling stifled by the small island he grows up in, as soon as he became an adult Shinpei decided to move to Tokyo, leaving his beloved sisters behind.
Time passes when Shinpei suddenly learns that Ushio passed away by drowning. Shinpei immediately returns to the isolated island town, and when he notices the marks on Ushio’s neck he begins to believe something is amiss. Literally haunted by Ushio’s ghost Shinpei decides to uncover what really happened to Ushio with the help of his sister Mio.
However, as they try and find Ushio’s murderer they end up stumbling on a dark island secret and powerful, deadly supernatural beings whose goal is convoluted. Things become more complicated when it becomes clear that the entire island’s fate is at stake. Will Shinpei be able to destroy these shadowy beings and avenge Ushio’s death?
Where can I watch the anime?
Due to the fact that Disney Platform Distribution (Disney+) has licensed the anime – Summer Time Rendering has become one of the best animes of the summer season that sadly isn’t talked about at all. Many Summer Time Rendering manga fans have been forced to find other means besides their usual go-to anime-streaming site, Crunchyroll, in order to watch the anime as it airs in Japan on Tokyo MX, BS-11, and Kansai TV.
Apparently, Disney+ subscribers should be able to currently watch Summer Time Rendering (this may be the case for Disney+ users in Japan). However, I live in North America and have Disney+, and it doesn’t appear to be available yet. Disney+ also plans to provide an English dub of the series, but we’re still waiting for more information about it.
Where can I read the manga?
From October 23, 2017, to February 1, 2021, Summer Time Rendering, written and illustrated by Yasuki Tanaka, was serialized in Shueisha’s digital magazine Shonen Jump+ and was simultaneously published on the Shonen Jump+ app and Manga Plus website. From February 2, 2018, to April 2, 2021, Shueisha has collected the manga’s chapters in thirteen tankobon volumes. The manga’s English version has been licensed by Udon Entertainment for release in North America. Udon Entertainment plans to release the entire series in a six-volume omnibus edition.
Are you looking forward to Summer Time Rendering Episode 21? Do you think Shinpei will find a way to defeat Shide? Will he be able to save Haine? Will Ushio come back? Let us know in the comment section below!