Blue Period Episode 5 is going to release on October 23, 2021. Fans are excitedly waiting for the new episodes to release 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. Tsubasa Yamaguchi is the writer and illustrator of this popular manga. Because of its popularity, it received an anime adaptation that is directed by Koji Masunari and Katsuya Asano. The series was first released on October 2, 2021, and new episodes are hitting streaming platforms every week.
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The story focuses on Yatora Yaguchi who is an obedient student that performs well in his studies and manages to impress his parents with hard work and dedication. He makes friends but feels uncomfortable around them. He always feels like, something is empty inside him or some voice that says I want more. Although he has everything in his life, He believes he lacks passion for a particular thing so he wishes to be considered an exceptional kid.
One day, he finds himself captivated by a painting he saw in his High School’s art room and became determined to try painting on his own. He figures out that he has found his passion in arts and brushes and he should work on his art skills to establish a career in arts. He joins an art club and decided to apply to the best college of arts. He knew his journey won’t be easy as he will have to convince his parents who will never understand his passion for arts.
Blue Period Episode 5 Release Date
It is going to release on October 23, 2021. Fans are eagerly waiting for new episodes. The youth is captivated by the theme of this series and wishes to know more about the life of Yatora. Will he ever be able to stand against society’s norms and prove that he is not some “normal kid”? We will find out answers to all these questions in the upcoming episodes. There are just 4 more days left for this amazing series to hit streaming platforms.
Where to watch?
It is available for streaming on Netflix worldwide.
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