We all have specific eras of anime that we feel a particular closeness to, when either the medium's releases or our own circumstances solidified an emotional bond with the shows we love. Today on Why It Works, let's explore those bonds, as we reflect on the fall's nostalgia-rich catalog!
It's nearly time for the shoes to hit the court in the second cour of HAIKYU‼ TO THE TOP TV anime, but before it starts on October 2, a new trailer was released for the upcoming episodes featuring the opening theme, and a new visual from manga creator Haruichi Furudate, inspired by the upcoming battle. Fly high past the jump to check them out!
Let's hear it for the boys and the way-too-exciting return of the Haikyu!! anime. The volleyball action of Haikyu!! To the Top continues as part of the Crunchyroll Fall 2020 Lineup starting this October, so get primed for the on-court action with all the details after the jump.
IKEPRI 25, a concept floor of Sunshine City Prince Hotel in Ikebukuro, Tokyo, will be offering accommodation plans in collaboration with the TV anime Haikyu!! from October 17, 2020, to January 3, 2021. The collaboration plan will include 16 concept rooms based on the theme of "Culture Festival" of each school - Karasuno, Nekoma, Fukurodani, and Inarizaki. See how the floor is decorated after the jump!
Kids can keep safe while in the company of their favorite Haikyu!! stars! A new trio of face masks from children's clothing brand BABYDOLL features the adorable animal forms of your favorite volleyball boys. Check them out after the jump!
It feels like it was gone in an instant, but somehow we're in the midst of September, and the summer anime season is nearing its end. But there's plenty of fresh shows to look forward to for the fall, so today on Why It Works, let's get a birds' eye view of the season to come!
To celebrate the latest season of volleyball anime HAIKYU!! To The Top, anime merchandise specialist arma bianca has announced a new series of character coffee mugs. Read on for the details.
For high school sports teams in Japan, summer means the Inter-High School Sports Festival, which was canceled this year because of COVID-19. To help bring the teams together while staying apart, the team behind the Haikyu!! manga, including Haruichi Furudate, started the 'Haikyu!! Uniform Project.' Make a pass past the jump to learn more!