Blue Period Episode 4 is going to release on October 15, 2021. Fans are avidly waiting for the new episodes to be released soon.
Blue Period is a coming of age based genre series that originated in Japan. It is based on a manga series of the same name that was written and illustrated by Tsubasa Yamaguchi. The series, however, is directed by Koji Masunari and Katsuya Asano. The series was first released on October 2, 2021 and because of it’s popularity among manga readers, the series has received great response from the viewers all over the world.
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The story revolves around Yatora Yaguchi who is a perfect example of the type of student that every parents wishes an student to be. He tries his best to get acquainted with his friends as well as the world. But, he always finds himself looking for something more that would fill the gap inside him. He believes he lacks passion and purpose in life and everything he has done so far is all that people consider as “normal” and not “exceptional”.
One day, he finds himself captivated by a painting he saw in his High School’s art room and decides that he himself should try to paint. He finds that painting for a while has able to fill the void inside him. He then decides to join the arts club and work on his skills. He was clear that he wanted to pursue arts as his career and prepared himself to apply in Tokyo University of the Arts but he was afraid whether his parents will support his decision or not.
Blue Period Episode 4 Release Date
It is going to release on October 15, 2021. Fans are eagerly waiting for new episodes. The young viewers finds this series very relatable as it deals with the issues of every tennagers day to day life. We all are excited to witness Yatora convincing his parents as well as working hard for his dreams to become reality. There are just 4 more days left for this amazing series to hit streaming platforms.
Where to watch?
You can stream it on Netflix.
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