Tag Archives: Harukana Receive
Things are getting switched up in the seventh volume of Nyoijizai’s Harukana Receive, as the teams get mixed around – and not just for beach volleyball, either. This volume contains chapters thirty-eight through to forty-three.
The national championships approach in the sixth volume of Nyoijizai’s Harukana Receive manga. Haruka and Kanata prepare for the upcoming competition, whilst Akari is making new friends. This volume contains chapters thirty-two to thirty-seven.
Things turn intense in the fifth volume of Nyoijizai’s Harukana Receive, as the final match of Okinawa regional qualifiers gets underway. It may just be the most important game of beach volleyball for Haruka and Kanata yet, and their opponents … Continue reading
The fourth volume of Harukana Receive sees the beach volleyball club enter the Okinawa regional qualifiers – which means that Team Harukana will be taking on both old and new faces in an attempt to make it to the national … Continue reading
Nyoijizai’s beach volleyball manga continues with its third volume. A new, yet somehow familiar, girl shows up, followed by a look into Kanata’s past and how she and Narumi originally got into beach volleyball. The third volume of Harukana Receive … Continue reading
It is back to the beach once more, as I shall be sharing my thoughts on the second volume of Nyoijizai’s Harukana Receive manga. This volume contains chapter seven through to thirteen.
Another season of anime has come to an end, which means it is time for me to look back on what I have been watching over the past few months and celebrate the things that really stood to me. During … Continue reading
Harukana Receive is a twelve episode beach volleyball anime adaptation of the manga written and illustrated by Nyoijizai. You can find my thoughts on the first volume of the manga here. The anime was adapted by C2C and directed by … Continue reading
Before I get into this episode of Harukana Receive, I want to bring up Akari’s ‘Happy Shequasar’ advert. It had quite a catchy little jingle. There is a full version of the song and it is actually really good. Have … Continue reading
Only one team from Okinawa will be able to advance to the Nationals, which makes HaruKana’s final match in the qualifiers a crucial one. Their opponent: Éclair.