The Sabikui Bisco anime has finally begun, after much anticipation. Here are all the details you’ll need on how to watch Sabikui Bisco (also known as Rust-Eater Bisco) online, including streaming links.
How to Stream Sabikui Bisco Online
Sabikui Bisco launched at the beginning of January. Each 24-minute episode is releasing on Monday mornings at 9:30 a.m. Central/10:30 a.m. Eastern/8:30 a.m. Mountain/7:30 a.m. Pacific, according to Funimation’s schedule. So any time you want to check out the latest episode on Monday afternoon or evening in the U.S., it should be available.
Watch Rust-Eater Bisco on Funimation: Sabikui Bisco’s new episodes will drop at this link every Monday morning.
To watch the new episode, click on Funimation’s link above and either click “Start Watching” or scroll down to the most recent episode. Typically on Funimation, the newest episodes require a paid subscription to watch, but older episodes might be available with a free subscription. (However, this isn’t guaranteed.)
Watch Rust-Eater Bisco on Crunchyroll: The new episodes will premiere at this link every Monday morning once they are available. If you sign up for a paid subscription, you can see the episode right away. It’s $9.99 a month, a little more than Funimation. Free accounts should be able to see the newest episode about a week after they drop (although this isn’t guaranteed.)
Funimation and Crunchyroll are the best sources for streaming the episodes in the United States.
About Sabikui Bisco
The synopsis for the series reads: “Japan’s post-apocalyptic wasteland replete with dust can only be saved by one thing—fungus. Bisco Akaboshi, a wanted criminal and skilled archer, searches for a legendary mushroom, known as Sabikui, said to devour any and all rust. Joining him on this epic saga to save the country is a giant crab and a young doctor. Can this unlikely trio find the fabled fungi and save the land?”
According to Anime Schedule, there will be 12 episodes in the first season. Right now, only English subtitles are available, not English dubs. Subtitles are also available in Spanish and Portuguese.
The opening theme song is “Kaze no Oto Sae Kikoenai” by JUNNA and the ending song is “Houkou” by Ryouta Suzuki & Natsuki Hanae, Anime News Network shared.
The anime is based on a series of light novels written by Shinji Cobkubo and illustrated by K Akagashi. The novels were then adapted into a manga from April 2019 to March 2021, Anime News Network reported. Atsushi Ikariya at OZ is directing the anime series, and Yutaka Matsubara and Momoko Kawai are the main animators.