Blue Period: the anime adaptation coming to Netflix has a new trailer

Blue Period, the anime based on the manga by Tsubasa Yamaguchi, showed up with a new trailer.

The video, the second of the anime’s promotional campaign, was published from the official website of the series directed by Koji Masunari.

The trailer, which we can see right below, previews the opening of the anime titled “Everblue” of the group Omoinotake.

Release date of the Blue Period anime on Netflix

Blue Period debuted yesterday, September 25, 2021, on Netflix Japan before being premiered on MBS, TBS and 26 affiliated broadcasters on October 1 in the Super Animeism programming block. On October 3 it will arrive on BS Asahi, while on October 7 it will be broadcast by AT-X.

The anime will arrive on Netflix outside of Japan, in all countries where the service is active, starting October 9 with new weekly episodes.

Yatora Yaguchi is the perfect high school student with good grades and lots of friends. It is a situation that arises without much effort and, to be honest, it is also a bit boring.

One day, however, as he wanders into the art classroom, a painting catches Yatora’s attention, awakening in him a transport for a kind of beauty he has never known.

Without any experience or ability, the boy decides to enroll in a university with an artistic address, diving headlong into a world of which he ignores everything and which will soon teach him how hard and ruthless art can be!

The Blue Period manga

Tsubasa Yamaguchi started the serialization of the manga in the magazine Afternoon of Kodansha in June 2017. On September 22, Kodansha published the eleventh volume of the manga while Kodansha Comics published the fourth volume in English on August 17.

Blue Period won the 13th Manga Taisho award in 2020 after receiving nominations the previous year as well. The series was also nominated for the 24th Annual Osamu Tezuka Cultural Award in February 2020 and also ranked 14th in the Kono Manga ga Sugoi! among the most read male manga.

The manga also won the Best General Manga award in the 44th edition of the Kodansha Manga Awards in 2020.

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