Hey! Say! JUMP Is Putting On A love Show For The Audience

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Another thrilling bombshell has just been dropped for anime lovers everywhere by the upcoming badminton series Love All Play, which will premiere in April. You’re going to get a kick out of that exploding bomb.

JUMP Is Putting On A love Show For The Audience

Who is your favourite musical group? ‘Hey! Say! JUMP’, the widely anticipated series launch song, will be performed by Hey! Say! JUMP. Opening song “Haru Tsubame” is referred to as “Haru Tsubame” (Spring Swallow).

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JUMP’s record has sold over 10 million copies in Japan, making them one of the country’s most popular boy bands. Their fans are overjoyed that JUMP will perform the opening song at the festival.

The song “Haru Tsubame,” which is played at the beginning of the film, was written by the members of Sumika. Kenta Kataoka, the band’s lead singer and guitarist, and Takayuki Ogawa, the band’s pianist and chorus singer, collaborate on the songwriting.

Known for their indie rock sound, Kawasaki’s Sumika has already worked on various animated and feature film projects. Examples of Sumika’s previous work include both Wotakoi: Love Is Hard for Otaku and Pretty Boy Detective Club.

The Love All Play television series focuses on the sport of badminton and the contests that take place within it. The Japanese novel by Asami Koseki, the inspiration for the animation, was written by her.

Ryo Mizushima, a badminton player, is the protagonist of Love All Play. There were no badminton coaches to guide Ryo Mizushima’s development as a player throughout his middle school years.

Mizushima, a skilled badminton player, wins the match in the end, however. As a new member of the school’s badminton squad, Mizushima is shown being coached by Ebihara. When Mizushima joins Ebihara’s team, he quickly rises to the top of the badminton world rankings.

On August 7, 2021, it was announced that a television series based on the book Love All Play would be produced. The first episode of the show will premiere on YTV and NTV on April 2, 2022. Production companies Nippon Animation and OLM join forces to bring Love All Play to the screen with director Hiroshi Takeuchi. The manga adaptation of the show will begin production in April.

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