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Well, it’s been a while since I’ve watched Tsurune as Kazemai High School’s archery club couldn’t believe that they won a trophy in the men’s team competition. Of course, the likes of Minato Narumiya can’t rest on their laurels because … Continue reading
Hey everyone, it’s the final episode of Tsurune where Kazemai High School’s archery club are now at the finals where they’ll await their opponents. And while Tomio Morioka gives these boys some words of encouragement…
We’re now at the penultimate episode where Nakazaki told everybody about Masaki Takigawa getting caught in an accident. While he’s currently hospitalized, Nakazaki is not sure if his injuries are severe as he haven’t heard from him and his brother … Continue reading
Well everyone, looks like we’re back after a one-week break as we start things off with Masaki Takigawa rummaging some old things from his deceased grandfather.
Well then, seems that after Seiya Takehaya walked out in the rain, he got a fever in which his mother told Minato Narumiya that her son won’t go to school today. Gotta say that he should have an umbrella at … Continue reading
All right, let’s talk about Seiya Takehaya as he’s having trouble lately and it has something to do about Shuu Fujiwara talking about how Seiya doesn’t like kyudo.
Hey everyone, it’s time for the team competition where Kazemai High School will have to bounce back from their abysmal performance during the individual competition. Also, here’s Masaki Takigawa as he scolded Kaito Onogi for turning the bow forcefully. Like … Continue reading
On this episode, the Kazemai High School’s archery club will make their tournament debut after its revival for this school. Of course, Nanao Kisaragi felt that compared to other martial arts, kyudo doesn’t have much presence.
This is Masaki Takigawa as he shows everyone on what a beautiful shot looks like as he fires his arrow.
This post will be a double-feature where Masaki Takigawa will start his coaching career at Kazemai High School. After all, the archery club needed a high-quality coach if they have a chance to take on powerhouses like Kisaraki High School, … Continue reading