We still have a long wait ahead before we can even see some cool rhythmic gymnastics tricks in the upcoming anime Bakuten!! this April. And this wait becomes even more unbearable when we fans get more teasers and visuals to excite us for the release.
Now, to get us fans more rattled, Bakuten!! has recently dropped the 3rd PV for the anime releasing April 8th on Fuji TV’s Notamina programming block. The PV even has snippets of the ending theme song.
The PV clearly shows a determined Shotaro ready to dive into the world of rhythmic gymnastics and work hard to earn a name for his school’s team.
The beautiful song that you hear in the PV is the ending theme song titled “Anata ga Iru” by wacci.
In the anime, you’ll get to see the beauty of Miyagi prefecture and feel Shotaro’s fighting spirit when he decides to join his high school’s gymnastics team. He will make friends and happy memories and we’ll be there to see his journey.
As much as I love the mesmerizing sceneries shown in Bakuten!!, I am also looking forward to seeing all the animated characters. Did you know the anime’s official website has released some chibi illustrations of the characters?
These cute illustrations are drawn by Narutake Yuki. He has certainly done a good job at illustrating the characters and I can’t get over how adorable their expressions are!
If you’ve been following Bakuten!! then you already know that it’s a part of the collab with Misaki no Mayoiga and Hula Fulla Dance to promote the Miyagi, Iwate and Fukushima prefectures for the “Zutto Ōen Project 2011 + 10…”, which is a memorandum to the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami that occurred 10 years ago.
Let’s wait and see how Bakuten!! captures our heart with its gymnastics this April 8.
Bakuten!! Is a rhythmic gymnactics anime telling the story of a high school gymnastic team in Miyagi prefecture. Directed by Toshimasa Kuroyanagi with ZEXCS studios this anime will premiere in April of 2021 by Fuji TV under the notaminA block.
The anime is said to be a joint collaboration between Misaki no Mayoiga and Hula Fulla Dance to promote Miyagi, Iwate, and Fukushima prefectures. The “Zutto Ōen Project 2011 + 10…” is a memorandum to the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami 10 years ago.Originally Written By Epic Dope