The upcoming fall 2021 anime Blue Period will officially be available for streaming and can only be watched exclusively on Netflix worldwide starting this October.
Based on the information we gathered from the said VOD streaming website, Blue Period will be aired this September 25 in Japan and October 9 worldwide exclusively on Netflix. The anime will be available a week after it airs in Japan for worldwide users of the platform.
Blue Period is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Tsubasa Yamaguchi. The series has been serialized in Kodansha’s seinen manga magazine Monthly Afternoon since June 2017. An anime television series adaptation by Seven Arcs will premiere in October 2021.
Second-year high school student Yatora Yaguchi is bored with his normal life. He studies well and plays around with his friends, but in truth, he does not enjoy either of those activities. Bound by norms, he secretly envies those who do things differently.
That is until he discovers the joy of drawing. When he sees a painting made by a member of the Art Club, Yatora becomes fascinated with the colors used in it. Later, in an art exercise, he tries to convey his language without words but instead through painting. After that experience, Yatora finds himself so invested in art that he decides that it is what he wants to do for a living. But there stand multiple obstacles in his way: his parents who are hesitant over his unique choices, his more experienced peers, and the study of a subject much deeper than he initially expected.Synopsis taken from myAnimeList
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