‘Love All Play’ Badminton TV Anime’s 2nd Teaser Unveils Lead Voice Actor Natsuki Hanae
The official web site for the tv anime of Asami Koseki‘s Love All Play badminton novel posted the anime’s second teaser promotional video on Thursday. The video broadcasts that Natsuki Hanae will play the lead character Ryō Mizushima.
Sporting items maker YONEX is supervising and collaborating on the designs for the anime. YONEX assisted on a earlier badminton anime, Hanebad! from 2018.
The tagline within the visible above reads, “A once-in-a-lifetime coming-of-age that hurtles at 400 km/h (250 mph), love-all play!!” The anime’s web site notes the pundits’ declare that the shuttlecock’s preliminary pace after a smash makes badminton the “world’s quickest sport.” The anime’s title comes from the rating (love-all) at the beginning of a match.
The story follows Ryō Mizushima, who joined his center faculty’s badminton workforce stuffed with motivation — however with out a correct coach, ended up in obscurity. However, he did finally attain the prefectural match on his bodily power. Now he joins the distinguished Yokohama-Minato Excessive Faculty’s badminton workforce underneath the legendary coach Ebihara and surrounded by gifted teammates. He strives to develop into a prime athlete and take his highschool workforce to the inter-high match.
Hiroshi Takeuchi (Peacemaker Kurogane: Perception storyboarder, Blade & Soul, Zunda Horizon) is directing the anime at Nippon Animation and OLM. Tomoko Konparu (Uta no Prince-sama – Maji Love 1000%, Nodame Cantabile) is supervising the sequence scripts and writing them with Miharu Hirami (Kodocha, The New Adventures of Kimba The White Lion), Shingo Irie (All Out!!, Kuroko’s Basketball), and Michiko Yokote (Cute Excessive Earth Protection Membership LOVE!, Genshiken, Shirobako). Riko Kaneda is designing the characters, and Yuki Hayashi (My Hero Academia, Welcome to the Ballroom, Shaman King) is composing the music.
The anime will air subsequent spring on YTV, NTV, and their associates on Saturdays at 5:30 p.m.
Poplar’s Pureful imprint revealed the primary Love All Play novel in Could 2011, and Koseki has since written three extra follow-up novels.