Have you already seen the PV of the TV anime “Keijo!!!!!!!!” ?
TV anime “Keijo!!!!!!!!” is scheduled to go on air from October.
Keijo is a very unique sport where bikini-clad girls fight using boobs and butt on top of floating platforms on the water.
Warner Bros., the giant company known for handling a lot of Hollywood movies so far, will distribute this super unique anime over the world. Although the catch line was impressive enough for me to decide watching it, they have just released the PV! Luckily, there is an English version, so you wanna take a look at it.
* Personally, I don’t really recommend you to watch it at work.
I was quite surprised at the narrator’s cool voice. (I guess it’s too cool)
The PV looks well made and promising.
They must have put a lot of effort into it for it’s a Warner Bros-distributed big title.
The content of the anime is just ridiculously funny that I couldn’t hold back my laughter at work haha.
And as for the mysterious sport “Keijo”, I first thought it was a sport where ones simply defeat their opponents on the water using their boobs and butt however in the PV, they just knock down each other (lol).
Considering the nature of this sport, I guess big girls simply have more chances of winning.
TV anime “Keijo!!!!!!!!” will go on air from October.
I am pretty sure there will be more information coming out in the near future.
Please be patient and wait for further updates.
Daichi Sorayomi（Serialized in Shonen Sunday／Shogakukan）
Original comic vol 1 to 11 released
Keijo is a marine sport where female athletes in bikinis fight with boobs and butt.
The main character Nozomi Kaminashi enrolls in Setonai Keijo raising school and decides to be a professional athlete together with her rivals there.
Original：Daichi Sorayomi（Shogakukan「Weekly Shonen Sunday」serialized）
Series Composition：Kato Takao
Character Design：Keiya Nakano
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