Akatsuki no Yona





Air Date

October 7, 2014 – March 24, 2015


Action, Adventure, Drama, Fantasy, Romance, Shoujo

Original Creator

Mizuho Kusanagi




Director: Kazuhiro Yoneda
Writer: Shinichi Inotsume
Music: Kunihiko Ryo

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Akatsuki no Yona (暁のヨナ Akatsuki no Yona) is an anime television series adaptation by studio Pierrot based on the manga series of the same name by Mizuho Kusanagi. It is directed by Kazuhiro Yoneda and it began airing from October 2014 to March 2015.
AnY 1st Key Visual
The story revolves around the pampered and sheltered Princess Yona who has been chased out of her castle after her father was killed by her beloved, Soo-Won during the night of her 16th birthday. She travels together with her bodyguard, Hak, and searches for the four legendary dragons to protect the ones she love and the country her father once protected.

Funimation has licensed the series for streaming and home video rights in North America on the same month the anime aired.[1] On March 2015, an English broadcast dub has been made available for the second half of the series.[2][3]

Episodes Edit

No. Title Air Date Image

Key Visuals Edit

Promotional Videos Edit

TVアニメ『暁のヨナ』プロモーションビデオ 第1弾

TVアニメ『暁のヨナ』プロモーションビデオ 第1弾

1st promotional video

TVアニメ『暁のヨナ』プロモーションビデオ 第2弾

TVアニメ『暁のヨナ』プロモーションビデオ 第2弾

2nd promotional video

TVアニメ『暁のヨナ』プロモーションビデオ 第3弾

TVアニメ『暁のヨナ』プロモーションビデオ 第3弾

3rd promotional video

TVアニメ『暁のヨナ』プロモーションビデオ 第4弾

TVアニメ『暁のヨナ』プロモーションビデオ 第4弾

4th promotional video

External Links Edit

References Edit

  1. Funimation Adds Yona of the Dawn Fantasy Anime
  2. Funimation Dubs Assassination Classroom, Death Parade, Tokyo Ghoul √A, 7 More Winter Shows
  3. English Cast Announced