Haikyuu makes a surprise cameo during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics

The series of manga original from Haruichi Furudate, Hayikyuu, came to an end in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine last year, as did the fourth season of the anime. This means that fans of the famous volleyball series have been itching for more ever since.

Many were surprised to see that this happened in a very different way than expected. Because although Tokyo 2020 had video game music and almost no anime at the Opening Ceremony. Now, Haikyuu’s first opening song surprisingly made its debut at the perfect time.

Opening de Haikyuu en voleibol de Tokio 2020

During the game between the men’s volleyball teams of Japan and Venezuela, in which Japan achieved its first Olympic Games victory in 29 years with a 3-0 consecutive victory, a particularly great moment for Japan was accentuated by “Imagination” by SPYAIR, which served as the anime’s first opening theme.

It was a moment straight out of the show, and you can see it above as @anjaheyheyhey saw it on Twitter. Suffice it to say that the 2020 Olympics come into play towards the end of the series, as the natural end result of the desire to Shoyo Hinata Y Tobio Kageyama to play and try harder in the game.

Now, with this anime theme about Japan’s remarkable victory at the Olympic Games, the anime series “spokon” (sports) has found a new life before the fifth season of the show reaches the best pages to watch anime online.

When is Haikyuu season 5 coming out?

“The anime has 4 seasons available on Curnchyroll”

Unfortunately, no news yet on that fifth seasonBut what do you think of the anime’s surprise cameo during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics? The fans They wanted Charizard from Pokémon to light the torch at the Opening Ceremony, but perhaps the music of these series or video games is what may surprise.

The Truth News shares with you, that Shoyo Hinata’s original manga series has been praised by fans around the world, and that also includes professional volleyball athletes because of how well it manages to not only emulate the game itself, but sparked interest in the sport for many young readers.

The series also has a fairly close connection to the Olympics, but unfortunately that’s a huge spoiler for fans who have just kept up with it. manga de Haikyuu.

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