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Aoashi: What We Know So Far About the New Sports Anime?

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NHK Educational TV recently aired a highly rated program. Aoashi Anime is the title of the show. Several people are curious about what Aoashi is all about. It has been published in “Big Comic Spirits” magazine since January 2015 and is based on a manga of the same name by Naohiko Ueno and Yuugo Kobayashi. To date, 25 volumes have been released in Japan.

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Do you want to see some sports anime in 2022? Following the great success of anime like Haikyuu!!, many sports anime are on the way. Now, Aoashi, a soccer-inspired anime, has been launched in April 2022, joining the sports anime genre.

Aoashi is a sports anime that revolves around soccer. It tells the narrative of Ashito Aoi, a third-year middle school student from Ehime Prefecture, who lives in a small Japanese village. If you enjoy soccer anime like Captain Tsubasa and Inazuma Eleven, this is the show for you. Then Ao Ashi will be perfect, Aoyama-Kun.

Aoashi: When Did the Anime Got Release?

The Aoashi anime premiered on April 9, 2022, at 6:25 p.m. in Japan. Meantime, Crunchyroll also streams the animation, making it available to overseas audiences one hour after it airs in Japan.

On Saturday, May 14, the highly anticipated episode 6 will be released. The show will air on NHK in Japan in the evening. Release dates for prior episodes may be delayed.

Aoashi: What’s the Storyline of the Anime?

Aoashi is a true traditionalist, perhaps a tad less so than the third member of the “blue trio” of soccer manga, Be Blues, but nonetheless traditional. There are no superpowers, no world-saving subplots, and no science-fiction aspects in this game, just soccer.

Ashito is a gifted soccer player with a direct demeanor. Sadly for him and the rest of the squad, the outspoken and forthright Ashito provoked a tragic situation, which resulted in their elimination from one of his most important competitions. How will he realize his dream now that his chances of entering a high school with a good soccer club have faded?

There are some spoilers ahead!

Tatsuya Fukuya, a veteran of J-Club Team Tokyo City Esperion and coach of the youth team, has seen Aoi’s soccer ability. As a result, Tatsuya invites Aoi to Tokyo to try out for the J-Club young squad.

A representative from Esperion speaks with him about his shoes and urges him to continue. The match is played by a cheerful Ashito. But this is where things start to go wrong. The Youth squad has completed their warm-up! They begin playing for real and immediately destroy the selection team. Ashito tries hard, but when that nice senior appears again, he becomes even more flustered.

Akutsuu, the sole one from the previous year was chosen. He calls Ashito trash and thoroughly destroys our protagonist for the rest of the match. Despite this, Ashito remains undeterred. His mother and brother’s efforts keep him going. His determination is stronger than it has ever been.

Following his enrollment into Tokyo Esperion Youth, Aoashi concentrated on Ashito’s connection with his mother, Noriko, whom he must leave behind. Both sides of the relationship were depicted in the anime. Noriko couldn’t bring herself to tell Ashito how pleased she was with him, so she sent him a letter.

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While it was good to see Noriko have some screen time to build the essential familial bonds in Ashito Aoi’s life, the newest episode was a bit slower than the others thus far.

Aoashi: Who Are the Main Cast of the Anime?

The Aoashi anime features a large number of voice performers. Ashito Aoi, the protagonist is voiced by Kouki Ohsuzu, and Eisaku Ohtomo is played by Tatsumaru Tachibana, who also worked for Blue Period. Souichirou Tachibana is portrayed by Seiichirou Yamashita, who is also voiced in anime like 86 EIGHTY-SIX.

Then we have, Keiji Togashi who is voiced by Taku Yashiro, and also played role in Fire Force. There are many other voice actors for different characters. The series has various characters like Kanpei Kuroda, Martis Jun Asari, Yuuma Motoki, Ryuuichi Takeshima, Tatsuya Fukuda, Hana Ichijou, and many more.

Who Are Involved in the Producti   on?

Production of  Aoashi will be produced by I.G. Kuroko’s Basketball, Haikyuu, and New Prince of Tennis are just a few of the studio’s notable sports anime. As a result, it’s no wonder that they’ll tackle another sports anime, this time focusing on soccer.

Akira Sato, who has worked on important animations for shows including Soul Eater, Deadman Wonderland, and Ergo Proxy, is directing the anime. Manabu Nakatake and Asuka Yamaguchi are also working as chief animation directors at the same time. Masahiro Yokotani is composing the series in the meantime. The theme is composed by Masaru Yokoyama of “Your Lie in April” and “Scum’s Wish” fame, who also worked on Horimiya

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Character design is handled by Manabu Nakatake, Toshie Kawamura, Asuka Yamaguchi and Saki Hasegawa, with Nakatake and Yamaguchi serving as art directors as well.

Where to Watch the Show?

The Aoashi anime is now running on the NHK Educational (E Tele) Channel in Japan. International sports anime fans, on the other hand, will be able to watch the anime on Crunchyroll.

The number of episodes in the series has yet to be announced. The precise figure of episodes that Aoashi will have will be revealed in future announcements. Let’s enjoy this trailer and look forward to the premiere of episode 6 on May 14, 2022.

There’s no alternative to a classic sports anime based on a high-quality long-running sports manga. And with anime like Aoashi and Blue Lock, the anticipation is even higher because, in truth, we haven’t seen a terrific soccer anime since Ginga e Kickoff aired 10 years ago in Spring 2012.

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