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Ballroom E Youkoso Episode 17


It was announced in the February 2017 issue of the Monthly Shōnen Magazine that the series would receive an anime television series adaptation.[42] The series is directed by Yoshimi Itazu and written by Kenichi Suemitsu, with animation produced by Production I.G, character designs by Takahiro Kishida and music composed by Yuki Hayashi.[43] Tetsuya Kinoshita produced the anime. It had its world premiere at the 2017 Anime Expo on July 2, 2017,[44] later premiering on MBS and other channels on July 8, 2017.[45] From episodes 1-11, Unison Square Garden performed the opening theme song "10% Roll, 10% Romance"[46] (originally "Chandelier Waltz"),[47] while Mikako Komatsu performed the ending theme song "Maybe the next waltz."[48] From episode 12 onwards, the opening theme song was "Invisible Sensation" by Unison Square Garden while the ending theme song is "Swing heart direction" by Mikako Komatsu.[49] Amazon began streaming the anime series on their now-defunct Anime Strike service in U.S. and on Amazon Video worldwide one day before the first episode aired in Japan, with the following episodes streamed as soon as they aired in Japan.[7] The series ran for 24 episodes.[50] Anime Limited announced that they had acquired the series for release in the United Kingdom and Ireland.[2]




Ballroom e Youkoso Episode 17



Another busy week, and a very late post on my thoughts about the last episode. Well the camp arc lasted much shorter than I anticipated/ hoped for. I kind of wished it was longer than two episodes, since I loved the connections that were developing between Shizuku, Hyoudou, Tatara, Chinatsu, Mako and Gaju. The blind dancing stint Shizuku and Hyoudou suggest Tatara and Chinatsu to do was a total flop. Just shows that the both of them need more practice with each other if they want to become stronger as dance partners. They're working out the kinks in their relationship after Chinatsu bombed Tatara last episode, but boy.. they need to get it together in two weeks if they want to beat out Akira and Kugimiya. And how cute was it that Hyoudou dragged Chinatsu out of bed to work things out with Tatara? Like finally Hyoudou actually has a compassionate side to him besides the cold glares we're used to see him shoot at others every episode.l guess Hyoudou's point about Chinatsu and Tatara not being the best dance couple they could be is because of their lack of communication/ tempo/ balance, had merit to it. It didn't register in my mind that Tatara should have told Chinatsu that his "first" dance partner was Mako, that goes to show the lack of communication, well at least on Tatara's side. Chinatsu's been transparent from what we've seen, she's not afraid to speak her mind, and Tatara knows her dance history.The reminder of the episode were the parts I enjoyed the most. For some reason I'm really enjoying the six main characters (even Gaju), and I loved every aspect that they were all communicating with one another on a much more deeper level than what was shown prior to this episode. Moments like shizuku confessing her sins to Tatara and questioning if her request to have Tatara at the next Misaka Cup was too stressful, and Mako plus Chinatsu getting to learn more about each other via Tatara, were missing. It's these type of deep interactions, which were absent up until now, that I wanted to see more from the anime. Most of the anime was jumping from competition to competition, and everything in between was what I craved more. I wish that the studio expanded the camp arc to one more episode cause two episodes were not enough!By the end of the episode Tatara and Chinatsu made up, Chinatsu declared that if they don't win the Tokyo Competition, she's going to break from Tatara, and they capped off with what seemed like more vigorous practicing. I was like... okay Chinatsu.. is that what you really want? I don't want them to split. They can't split! Chinatsu is best girl for God's sake! We'll see.. We have seven episodes left, I would be damn salty if they lost the Tokyo tournament, and split up. I don't think Production I.G. wants to take that route to end the anime. On a positive note, tomorrow's episode is where Chinatsu's rose dress makes it's appearance!


Tatara Fujita, seorang murid SMP biasa yang tidak mempunyai tujuan hidup. Hari-harinya dihabiskan begitu saja tanpa ada hal yang spesial. Akan tetapi, kehidupannya mulai berubah ketika seorang pria misterius membawanya ke kelas ballroom dance. Di tempat itulah, dia melihat pasangan penari yang menari dengan mengagumkan. Tatara yang terinspirasi dengan penari tersebut memutuskan untuk mendedikasikan masa mudanya untuk olahraga tari. 041b061a72


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