Tokyo Metro Posters Cheer on Prince of Tennis II: U-17 World Cup Stars

Fans can create their own motivational graphics and enter to win one of 15 posters

New Prince of Tennis U-17 World Cup poster


The Prince of Tennis II is back this summer, with its ambitious stars headed to the U-17 World Cup. To keep the hype alive, the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line is posting a series of 15 ads, each featuring one of the show's leads and a slew of inspirational messages.



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The ads will be on display at Hibiya Station from August 13-26, bearing messages of support gathered by fans last month. If you missed out on a chance to root for your fave, you can head to to make your own image of support to share on social media.



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These fan-made graphics are part of Twitter campaign, in which 15 lucky fans who follow the official Japanese Twitter account and share their image with the proper hashtags will win one of these one-of-a-kind posters. The campaign ends August 26.



The Prince of Tennis II: U-17 World Cup was announced in October 2021, and is the first new Prince of Tennis anime series in ten years. It kicked off last month.


© Takeshi Konomi/Shueisha/NAS/New Prince of Tennis Project


Source: Comic Natalie


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