The monthly Japanese manga by Tomo Takeuchi, writer, and illustrator of the anime, served as the inspiration for this Shounen rom-com anime. The manga was highly praised and loved by the younger male readers. The anime also received overwhelmingly favorable reviews from the audience due to its relatable and realistic approach. The primary characters and the plot of the show are established within a few episodes, which isn’t a long time. Production I.G., known for creating other well-known anime that feature competition and games like Haikyuu and Kuroko no Basket, adapted the show. When the competition heats up, the dancers’ talents with their body movements are really brought to the forefront. With the art style and character designs for this particular anime, the illustrator makes a lasting impression. However, the seamless camera angles and timing were what really captured the audience’s attention.
The story is about a boy named Tatara Fujita who wants to prove to the world that he can be good at something. Until the day he discovers the world of ballroom dancing. He has a meek nature and occasionally displays an excessive sense of self-importance. Despite still focusing primarily on Tatara and his journey, the narrative develops in many other ways as well. Two other dancing partners of Tatara’s who have different attitudes toward him are Mako Akagi and Chinatsu Hiyama, who are also featured in the story.
Welcome To Ballroom Season 2 Release Date
The first season of the series received an 8.19 rating from 132,398 different users on MyAnimeList, which is quite significant for the creators to take into account for the second season. There are still enough volumes and chapters in the original manga that can be adapted into the anime.
In total, there were 24 episodes in the first season of Welcome to the Ballroom, which premiered on July 9 of 2017 and ended on December 17 of the same year. Each episode lasted exactly 24 minutes. The viewers were uncertain whether or not there would be another season because it hadn’t recently aired. But we should be aware that if the series is not being renewed, it is also not being canceled. So we can safely say that the chances are extremely high that we will get another season in late 2022 or early 2023.
|Welcome To Ballroom Season 1 Release Date||9 July 2017|
|Welcome To Ballroom Season 2 Release Date||Not Announced Yet|
Welcome To Ballroom Season 2 Story
In the first season of the show, we saw Tatara Fujita, a student who had been the target of bullying and ridicule, and how Kaname Sengoku, a dance teacher who had introduced him to the world of ballroom dancing, saved him from his miserable situation. The new skills and talent he developed while ballroom dancing gave him the confidence he needed to deal with the bullies and problems he faced on a daily basis.
We can anticipate seeing more of Tatara’s experience on the dance floor with his partners Mako Akagi and Chinatsu Hiyama in the upcoming season as he pursues excellence and develops his talent to establish himself as a household name.
Welcome To Ballroom Season 2 Characters
Tatara Fujita voiced by Shimba Tsuchiya
The protagonist of our story is a middle-schooler. He comes to learn ballroom dancing after being bullied by his classmates. He is a dance partner with Chinatsu Hiyama.
Chinatsu Hiyama voiced by Akasaku Chinatsu
The deuterogamist of the tale is partnered with Tatara Fujita, who is a trained dancer. Despite her neutral and slightly icy exterior, she is a compassionate and kind person to those around her.
Shizuku Hanaoka voiced by Ayane Sakura
The story’s other main character, who is partnered with Kiyoharu Hyoudou, is a professional dancer as well.
Kaname Sengoku voiced by Toshiyuki
He is a professional dancer and Tatara’s mentor. He is a teacher at Ogasawara Dance Studio.
Welcome To Ballroom Season 2 Trailer
There is currently no season 2 trailer available. On the Anime PONY Canon Channel, however, you can formally view the same for season 1. It will undoubtedly win your heart because it is so breathtakingly lovely.
Where To Watch Welcome To Ballroom Season 2?
The program is freely accessible on Prime Video all over the world. In some areas, it can also be watched on Crunchyroll and Netflix.
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