Jujutsu Kaisen, an action-adventure manga written By Gege Akutami is the new rage. The anime released 2 seasons and fans, as usual, are all in fights about whether the Sub (Subtitled) version of the anime or the dubbed version is better. Don’t worry, if you are new to this, this article has all your answers.
Jujutsu Kaisen follows the story of Itadori Yuji. Itadori is a Highschooler who was born with immense physical strength. Once while experimenting with a cursed object he found at his school he unleashes the cursed spirit called Sukuna. Sukuna is known as the king of curses and in order to save his friends Yuji ends up consuming the finger. This leads him to join the Jujutsu Highschool and learn how to master his new body while fighting curses along the way. The manga has released 229 chapters, and the anime has 2 seasons running successfully.
Is Jujutsu Kaisen better in sub or dub?
The majority of the anime is carried by the voice actor that gets to voice the character and the rest is in the animation. In this case, MAPPA, the production studio that adapted the manga into anime spared no budget while animating the manga. The voice actors that voiced the main characters are all leads with extraordinary anime characters under them. From people swooning over Gojo’s eyes to soothing their ears to the voice of Tsuda Kenjirou who voices Nanami in the anime.
The sub or dub depends on how well the anime has been translated by the language it’s been dubbed in. The voice actors maintaining the jest of the character throughout the dubbed versions is also important. Since most of these animes are in Japanese having Japanese names, places, and culture involved it is also essential to pronounce the names, and places and give enough context to the anime to keep foreign fans interested and engaged.
So to answer your question, The sub (Japanese voice) version with English sub ( or sub of your native choice) is the best way to watch Jujutsu Kaisen. To voice actors that portray the characters in the Japanese version of the anime have given such depth to the characters that it is difficult to find similar energy in other dubbed versions. The best example of this is the choice of actor for the main antagonist Sukuna. Sukuna is voiced by Suwabe Junichi, and the energy that he brings into the character is so evident.
Dubbed version of Jujutsu Kaisen on the other hand can be opted as a second choice if you find multi-tasking troublesome. Most of us watch anime for entertainment and to find a getaway from our daily routine. It is reasonable enough to watch something that is easy on yourself. After all the main aim is to enjoy what we see and have fun while doing it!
Voice actors voice the different characters in English and Japanese anime.
Here is a list of Voice actors that voiced the characters in Japanese
- Megumi Fushiguro is voiced by Uchida, Yuuma
- Gojo Satoru is voiced by Nakamura, Yuuichi
- Itadori Yuji is voiced by Enoki, Junya
- Kugaisaki Nobara is voiced by Seto, Asami
- Geto Suguru is voiced by Sakurai, Takahiro
- Ieiri Shouko is voiced by Endou, Aya
- Inumaki Toge is voiced by Uchiyama, Kouki
- Nanami Kento is voiced by Tsuda, Kenjirou
- Ryoumen, Sukuna is voiced by Suwabe, Junichi
- Panda is voiced by Seki, Tomokazu
- Zenin, Maki is voiced by Komatsu, Mikako
List of Actors that portray the same character in English
- Megumi Fushiguro is voiced by Daymond, Robbie
- Gojo Satoru is voiced by Tang, Kaiji
- Itadori Yuji is voiced by McArthur, Adam
- Kugaisaki Nobara is voiced by Yatco, Anne
- Geto Suguru is voiced by Lang, Lex
- Ieiri Shouko is voiced by Bartley, Ryan
- Inumaki Toge is voiced by Mobus, Xander
- Nanami Kento is voiced by Vincent, David
- Ryoumen, Sukuna is voiced by Chase, Ray
- Panda is voiced by Rudd, Matthew David
- Zenin, Maki is voiced by Clark, Allegra