Kuroko’s Basketball anime anniversary project planned for 2022

    If you like anime sports, you’ve probably seen Kuroko’s Basketball, also known as Kuroko no Basuke. The “Kuroko’s basketball diamond jubilee project” will be initiated by the famous basketball anime.

    This is set to take place in April 2022, with thrilling new projects that fans all over the world are ecstatic about.

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    Kuroko’s Basketball anime is based on Fujimaki Tadatoshi’s manga television series. The manga first popped up in December 2008 and proceeded until September 2014.

    However, the anime adaptation aired from April 2012 to June 2015. The very first season premiered from April to September 2012, with the second season airing from 2013 to 2014, and the third season airing in 2015. In 2017, a film titled Kuroko’s Basketball: Last Version was released to mark the anniversary of the end of the series.

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    Kuroko’s Basketball anniversary project

    Kuroko’s Basketball will launch its 10th Anniversary Projects in April 2022, as announced on Twitter.

    The anniversary project should last one year, from 2022 to 2023, and will reach its conclusion in March 2023. Such projects or events include the opening of Kuroko’s Basketball’s first authorized retailer, “Kurobas Official Store,” which will sell the most recent character goods.

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    The 10th Anniversary Project included a new song by GRANRODEO featuring Kensho Ono, Tetsuya Kuroko’s VA, and an animatronic promotional video created by Production IG, the anime manufacturer.

    Kuroko’s Basketball sequence was rewarding and hearty. Kuroko’s basketball journey was indeed a gift from the gods to the viewing public.

    Fans will be enthralled by KNB’s 10th-anniversary projects, which would rekindle memories of Kuroko’s Basketball experience.

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    The Kuroko’s Basketball story

    Tetsuya Kuroko is a young man with very little personality. His basketball skills are grossly insufficient. Despite this, he is a member of the ‘Generation of Miracles,’ a group of gifted individuals.

    Tetsuya Kuroko played basketball for the Teikou Middle School team, which ruled all other middle schools.

    Despite his lack of presence and sports ability, he was able to allocate the ball. Kuroko is the ‘Phantom Sixth Man,’ the darkness of the ‘Generation of Miracles.’

    Seijuro Akashi, Ryota Kise, Shintaro Midorima, Daiki Aomine, and Atsushi Murasakibara all possessed exceptional talent and potential. Kuroko, on either hand, stood out due to his exceptional play, hence why he was significant.

    Kuroko was no longer required at first when each of the five had honed their raw talent. The five teammates have been idolized by one‘s fan, but they ultimately chose to play different roles and attend different high schools.

    Kuroko enrolled at Seirin High School in seek of a team capable of deposing the ‘Generation of Miracle.’

    He joined the basketball team as well as formed an alliance with Kagami, who’d already recently returned from the United States.

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