Long-term slow slip events (L-SSEs) have occurred beneath the Bungo Channel with durations of several months to a couple of years repeatedly with a recurrence interval of approximately six years. We estimated the spatiotemporal slip distributions of the 2018–2019 Bungo Channel L-SSE inverted from processed GNSS time series data. This event was divided into two subevents, with the first on the southwest side of the Bungo Channel from 2018.3 to 2018.7 and the second beneath the Bungo Channel from 2018.8 to 2019.4. Tectonic tremors became active on the downdip side of the L-SSE occurrence region when large slow slips took place beneath the Bungo Channel. Compared with the previous Bungo Channel L-SSEs, this spatiotemporal slip pattern and amount were similar to those of the 2003 L-SSE. However, the slip expanded in the northeast-southwest direction in the latter half of the second subevent. We also found that the total duration of the two subevents was 1.0 year, which was the shortest among the four recent L-SSEs beneath the Bungo Channel identified using GNSS time series data. The maximum amount of slip, the maximum slip velocity, the total released seismic moment, and the moment magnitude of the 2018–2019 L-SSE were estimated to be 27 cm, 53 cm/year, 4.1×1019 Nm, and 7.0, respectively, all of which were the largest among the four L-SSEs.