The Kuroko no Basket generation of wonder figures. Photo credit: kurobasanime/twitter

If you are an anime sports fan, then you have definitely seen Kuroko’s Basketball, also known as Kuroko no Basuke. The highly acclaimed basketball anime will launch the “Kuroko’s Basketball Birthday Project”.

This is scheduled for April 2022, with exciting new projects that fans around the world are super excited about.

Kuroko’s basketball anime is an adaptation of the manga series, written and illustrated by Fujimaki Tadatoshi. The manga began publication in December 2008 to September 2014.

However, the anime adaptation aired from April 2012 to June 2015. The first season aired from April to September 2012, while the second season of the TV anime aired from 2013 to 2014, following the third season in 2015.

The end of the series was followed by a movie titled Kuroko’s Basketball: Last Game in 2017.

Kuroko’s Basketball anniversary project

Kuroko’s Basketball Launches Its 10th Anniversary Projects will be launched in April 2022 and were announced on its Twitter page.

The anniversary project will run for a full year, 2022-2023, ending in March 2023. These projects or events include; the opening of Kuroko’s Basketball’s first official store, “Kurobas Official Store”, which will sell the latest character merchandise.

The 10th Anniversary Project will feature a new song from GRANRODEO featuring Kensho Ono, Tetsuya Kuroko’s VA. Production IG, the anime company, will once again create an animated promotional video for the song.

Finally a project that is much looked forward to. The Ikebukuro Parco department store will host a pop-up exhibition for a year. Those lucky admirers can now attend a Kuroko themed too.

Fortunately, for those not in Japan, it’s not a theme park, but rather an event. The event will take place in Namja Town in Ikebukuro, and Namco’s amusement arcades will be handing out awards throughout the year.

Kuroko’s Basketball series was healthy and satisfying. Kuroko’s basketball journey was a heavenly experience for the viewers.

KNB’s 10th anniversary projects will bring back memories of Kuroko’s Basketball experience, this will be exciting for the fans.

If you’re looking forward to this event, check back for more updates on KNB and more.

The photo of the seiren basketball team.
The main team photo. Photo credit: kurobasanime/twitter

Kuroko .’s Basketball Story

Tetsuya Kuroko is a boy who does not have much personality. His basketball skills are unfortunately inadequate. Nevertheless, he is part of the ‘Generation of Miracles’, a team of exceptional talents.

Tetsuya Kuroko was a member of this Teikou Middle School basketball team, which dominated all other high schools.

He was able to distribute the ball despite his lack of presence and basketball skill. Kuroko is the Phantom Sixth Man, the shadow of the Generation of Miracles.

Seijuro Akashi, Ryota Kise, Shintaro Midorima, Daiki Aomine and Atsushi Murasakibara all had potential and exceptional talent. But Kuroko’s great game set him apart and that’s why he was important.

No one needed Kuroko as each of the five honed their raw talent. The five teammates were idolized by their fans, but in the end decided to play different roles and went to different high schools.

Kuroko went to Seirin High School in search of a team that could beat the team once called “Generation of Miracle.”

He joined the basketball team there and forged a partnership with Kagami, who had recently returned from the United States.

Kuroko’s previous teammates questioned his new team after saying that Kuroko would be Kagami’s “shadow” and Kagami “his light”.

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