Re Main Episode 7, titled Daian Yoshiday, is slated for release on August 22, 2021, for the premium access subscribers of Funimation.
About Re Main
Re-Main (stylized as RE-MAIN) is an original Japanese anime television series animated by MAPPA directed by Kiyoshi Matsuda, and written by Masafumi Nishida. The series premiered on July 2021 on TV Asahi’s NUMAnimation block.
During Winter of his third middle school year, Water Polo star Minato Kiyomizu got caught in an accident and has been in coma ever since. Exactly 203 days later, Minato regained his consciousness, but lost three years of his memories. Due to a certain reason, he decided to go back to Water Polo, but has no memories of his skill, yet alone the sports’ rules. Thus, Minato’s efforts to catch up on what he has lost begins.
When Minato Kiyomizu wakes up in a hospital, he learns that he has been comatose for 203 days. As it turns out, a car accident has caused him to lose all memory of his middle school journey. Eventually, he discovers his former glory in water polo and desires to continue where he has left off. However, embarrassingly becoming aware of the massive disparity between his old and current self, Minato begins intensive rehabilitation in hopes of starting anew—a life without water polo.
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— TVアニメ「RE-MAIN（リメイン）」 (@remain_anime) August 14, 2021
Re Main Episode 7 Release Date And Spoiler And Watch Online
Re-Main Episode 7, titled Daian Yoshiday, is slated for release on August 22, 2021, for the premium access subscribers of Funimation. The following week, it would be released for free on August 29, 2021, on the streaming platform. You can watch it on Funimation.
Re-Main Episode 7 is scheduled for release at 2:30 AM JST. The release time will vary depending on your geographical location. The release time on your location is as follows:
- Pacific Time: 10:30 AM PT
- Central Time: 12:30 PM CT
- Eastern Time: 1:30 PM EST
To understand episode 7 you must know about episode 6
In Re-Main Episode 6, the team of Minato has a new strategy wherein they come up with various attacks in unpredictable ways instead of them relying on one person. With this, their goal is to get their first win from the July prefectures. Minato bought a new phone so he could record himself and study his moves on how to adjust his techniques.
The team had a sleepover and they shared their secrets with each other. Shuugo disclosed that his parents are divorcing, Minato shared that he’s scared to lose his memories again after the accident. He is grateful for having to work with the team who made him see his purpose. However, Yoshiharu remained silent. When he disappeared, they were worried that he might take his life.
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