Blue Period Episode 01 is a Japanese anime series and its very first episode is about to release on 2nd October 2021, Saturday. Fans are excited.
Tsubasa Yamaguchi is the author and illustrator of the popular Japanese manga and anime series Blue Period. Since 2017, the series has been published in seinen manga magazine Monthly Afternoon, and as of September 2021, it has been compiled in eleven tankobon volumes. Kodansha USA has its English language rights to the series. In October 2021, Seven Arcs will launch an anime television series adaption.
Its first episode, titled “I Woke Up to the Joy of Painting,” will premiere on Saturday, October 2nd, 2021. It is expected to be a great hit among viewers. Saturday is written by Reiko Yoshida, directed by Juria Matsumura, and storyboarded by Koji Masunari for Blue Period Episode 01, which will be released on October 2nd, 2021.
About the series:
Yatora Yaguchi is a prominent student in the series who excels in school but struggles with inner emptiness and disappointments. He was so impressed by a picture in his high school’s art club that he decided to try his hand at painting one day. Later, he was motivated by a buddy named Ryuji, and he joined the art club, became more engaged, and applied to Tokyo University of the Arts as his institution of choice.
Until he learns the joy of sketching, that is. Also, we can see in the show, When Yatora views a painting created by a member of the Art Club, the colors employed in it captivate him. Later in the series, in an art project, he attempts to express himself via paint rather than words. After the encounter took place Yatora becomes so engrossed in painting that he decides that is what he wants to do for a profession.
Blue Period Episode 01 Release Date:
It is a Japanese anime series and it’s very first episode is about to release on 2nd October 2021, Saturday.
Where to Watch Online
It is a Japanese anime series and its very first episode is about to release on 2nd October 2021, Saturday and you can watch it on Disney+, Netflix, and also Cartoon Network.
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