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Hyper Projection Engeki Haikyuu – The Start of the Giant (Spring/Summer 2018)

Wakutani South Cast List

Nakashima Takeru – Yanagihara Rin
Kawatabi Shunki – Masada Naohiro
Shiroishi Yuuki – Kimura Masataka 
Hanayama Kazumasa – GOKU
Naruko Teppei – Motokawa Shouta 
Akiu Kazuteru – Hasui Yuma

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Hyper Projection Engeki Haikyuu – The Start of the Giant (Spring/Summer 2018)

Johzenji Cast List

Terushima Yuuji – Funaki Masahide
Bobata Kazuma – Morinaga Ayato
Futamata Takeharu – Suzuki Youta
Numajiri Rintarou – Arata Shihou
Iizaka Nobuyoshi – Yasukawa Aiji
Tsuchiyu Arata – Matsubara Rin

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Hyper Projection Engeki Haikyuu – The Start of the Giant (Spring/Summer 2018)

Supporting Cast List

Kuroo Tetsurou – Kondou Shouri
Kozume Kenma – Nagata Takato

Bokuto Koutarou – Yoshimoto Kouki
Akaashi Keiji – Takasaki Shungo 

Ushijima Wakatoshi – Arita Kenji

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Karasuno Cast List (Part II)

Shimizu Kiyoko – Nagao Shizune
Yachi Hitoka – Saitou Ami
Tanaka Saeko – Sadachi Momoko
Shimada Makoto – Yamaguchi Kento
Takeda Ittetsu – Uchida Shige
Ukai Keishin – Tsuyoshi Hayashi

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Karasuno Cast List (Part I)

Hinata Shouyou – Suga Kenta
Kageyama Tobio – Kageyama Tatsuya
Tsukishima Kei – Kosaka Ryoutarou
Yamaguchi Tadashi – Miura Kairi
Sawamura Daichi – Tanaka Keita
Sugawara Koushi – Tanaka Naoki
Azumane Asahi – Tomimori Justin
Nishinoya Yuu – Fuchino Yuuto
Tanaka Ryuunosuke – Shiota Kouhei
Ennoshita Chikara – Kawahara Kazuma

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Karasuno Cast List (Part I)

Hinata Shouyou – Suga Kenta
Kageyama Tobio – Kageyama Tatsuya
Tsukishima Kei – Kosaka Ryoutarou
Yamaguchi Tadashi – Miura Kairi
Sawamura Daichi – Akisawa Kentarou
Sugawara Koushi – Ino Hiroki
Azumane Asahi – Tomimori Justin
Nishinoya Yuu – Fuchino Yuuto 
Tanaka Ryuunosuke – Shiota Kouhei
Ennoshita Chikara – Kawahara Kazuma

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Karasuno Cast List

Hinata Shouyou - Suga Kenta
Born Oct 19, 1994  (23)

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Kageyama Tobio (2015 - 2017) - Kimura Tatsunari
Born Dec 8, 1993  (23)

Kageyama Tobio (2017 onward) - Kageyama Tatsuya
Born July 12, 1992 (25)

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Tsukishima Kei - Kosaka Ryoutarou
Born Jul 5, 1996  (21)

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Yamaguchi Tadashi - Miura Kairi
Born Oct 26, 1996  (21)

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Sawamura Daichi(2015; 2018 onward) - Tanaka Keita
Born Apr 10, 1988  (29)

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Sawamura Daichi(2016 - 2017) - Akisawa Kentarou
Born Sep 14, 1988  (29)

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Sugawara Koushi (2015 - 2017) - Ino Hiroki
Born Sep 11, 1992  (25) 

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Sugawara Koushi (2018 onward) - Tanaka Naoki
Born Sep 26, 1995  (22) 

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Azumane Asahi - Tomimori Justin
Born Jun 27, 1989  (28)

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Nishinoya Yuu (2015 - 2017) - Hashimoto Shouhei
Born Dec 31, 1993  (23)

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Nishinoya Yuu (2017 onward) - Fuchino Yuuto
Born Feb 14, 1995 (22)

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Tanaka Ryuunosuke - Shiota Kouhei
Born Mar 31, 1990  (27)

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Ennoshita Chikara - Kawahara Kazuma
Born Dec 26, 1990  (26) 

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Shimizu Kiyoko - Nagao Shizune
Born Aug 17, 1995  (22)

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Yachi Hitoka - Saitou Ami
Born Mar 22, 1995 (22)

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Coach Ukai Keishin - Tsuyoshi Hayashi
Born Aug 15, 1982  (35) 

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Takeda Sensei - Uchida Shige
Born Mar 10, 1978  (39)

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Shimada Makoto - Yamaguchi Kento
Born Oct 12, 1987  (30) 

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Tanaka Saeko - Sadachi Momoko
Born Feb 7, 1994 (23)

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Tsukishima Akiteru (2017) - Yamakawa Souichirou 
Born Aug 27, 1990 (27)

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Takinoue Yuusuke (2015) - Sakaguchi Shinnosuke
Born Aug. 12

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Hyper Projection Engeki: Haikyu!!

Hyper Projection Engeki: Haikyu!!
Engeki Haikyu 2019.jpg

Promotional visual for Flight (2019)

MusicShunsuke Wada
BasisHaikyu!!
by Haruichi Furudate
PremiereNovember 14, 2015: AiiA Theater Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
Productions
  • Original production (2015)
  • A View From the Top (2016)
  • Karasuno, Revival! (2016)
  • Winners and Losers (2017)
  • Summer of Evolution (2017)
  • The Start of the Giant (2018)
  • The Strongest Team (2018)
  • The Tokyo Match (2019)
  • Flight (2019)
  • The Strongest Challenger (2020)
  • The Dumpster Battle (2020)

Hyper Projection Engeki: Haikyu!! (ハイパープロジェクション演劇「ハイキュー!!」, Haipā Purojekushon Engeki Haikyū!!) is a series of 2.5D stage plays directed by Worry Kinoshita and written by Norihito Nakayashiki, based on the manga Haikyu!! by Haruichi Furudate. Since its debut in 2015, the series has amassed over 320,000 viewers during its run, spanning over a total of ten stage plays.

Background and creation[edit]

The first stage play was announced in Weekly Shonen Jump in March 2015,[1] with Worry Kinoshita directing, Norihito Nakayashiki writing the script,[2] and Shunsuke Wada in charge of music direction.[3] The play was described as a "hyper projection play" using projection allowing for manga-styled effects and a revolving stage.[1][4]

Kinoshita had experience from directing productions using projection mapping, having directed a stage project for Tokyo Performance Doll in 2013.[3] However, at the time, prior to his work on Engeki Haikyu!!, he had never seen 2.5D musicals.[3] After reading the manga, he decided to stage the plays on "human drama" with "strong performance elements", as he had noticed that there were no dynamic "moves" or "magical attacks" in the series as there were in other sports manga.[3] Nakayashiki, on the other hand, was a fan of Haikyu!!, and prepared a script from select dialogue from the original manga with no stage directions.[3] Together, Kinoshita focused on staging the scenes while Nakayashiki focused on the dialogue between the characters.[3] After storyboarding the scenes with stage directions, Kinoshita worked with the choreographer and several dancers before implementing the actors.[3] He instructed the actors to resemble the characters from Haikyu!! as much as possible, but did not give them specific instructions beyond that.[3]

Production history[edit]

2015–2018[edit]

The cast for Karasuno and Aoba Johsai was revealed in July 2015 in Weekly Shonen Jump.[5][6] The play premiered on November 14, 2015, at the AiiA 2.5 Theater Tokyo, later running shows in Osaka and Miyagi until December 2015.[7] The play covers the introduction of the Karasuno High School volleyball team and their practice match with Aoba Johsai. It was released on DVD on March 16, 2016.[8] The popularity of the play led to a second run with minor cast changes, which was retitled A View From the Top (頂の景色, Itadaki no Keshiki) and ran from April 8, 2016, to May 8, 2016.[9]

The second stage play, Karasuno, Revival! (烏野、復活, Karasuno, Fukkatsu!), ran from October 28, 2016, to December 4, 2016,[10][11] which focuses on Karasuno's practice match with Nekoma, and interhigh qualifier matches against Tokonami and Date Tech.[4] It was released on DVD on April 19, 2017.[12]

The third stage play, Winners and Losers (勝者と敗者, Shōsha to Haisha), takes place during Karasuno's match against Aoba Johsai during the inter-high. The play ran from March 24, 2017, to May 7, 2017, in Tokyo, Miyagi, Osaka, and Fukuoka.[11] It was released on DVD and Blu-ray on September 13, 2017.[13][14]

The fourth stage play, Summer of Evolution (進化の夏, Shinka no Natsu), ran from September 8, 2017, to October 29, 2017,[15] focusing on the summer training camp with Karasuno, Nekoma, and Fukurodani. The play introduced new cast members for Fukurodani, Kiyoko, Yachi, Saeko, and Akiteru.[16] It was released on DVD and Blu-ray on March 14, 2018.[17][18]

The fifth stage play, The Start of the Giant (はじまりの巨人, Hajimari no Kyojin), ran from April 28, 2018, to June 17, 2018, focusing on Hinata and Kageyama developing a new technique and introducing new cast members for Jōzenji and Wakutani Minami.[19] It was released on DVD and Blu-ray on October 17, 2018.[20][21]

The sixth stage play, The Strongest Team (最強の場所(チーム), Saikyō no Chīmu), which focuses on Karasuno's match against Aoba Johsai and Shiratorizawa at the spring prefectural finals tournament, ran from October 20, 2018, to December 16, 2018.[22][23] The production team also announced that all actors for Karasuno will leave production after the play.[23] It was released on DVD and Blu-ray on April 17, 2019.[24][25]

2019–present[edit]

The seventh stage play, The Tokyo Match (東京の陣, Tōkyō no Jin), ran from April 4, 2019, to May 6, 2019, focusing on the match between Nekoma and Fukurodani with new cast members for Nohebi.[26] It was released on DVD and Blu-ray on October 16, 2019.[27][28]

The eighth stage play, Flight (飛翔, Hishō), ran from November 1, 2019, to December 15, 2019,[29] starring an all new cast for Karasuno after the departure of the previous cast.[30] New cast members for Sakusa, Hoshiumi, Atsumu, and Kanoka were also introduced, alongside the reprisal of selected roles from Aoba Johsai, Shiratorizawa, and Date Tech.

The ninth stage play, The Strongest Challenger (最強の挑戦者(チャレンジャー), Saikyō no Charenjā), was announced to run from March 21, 2020, to May 6, 2020, focusing on the match between Karasuno and Inarizaki at the Spring High. This play introduced new cast members for Inarizaki, as well as Shimada and Saeko.[31] However, the play only ran from March 21 to March 22, for four performances, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[32]

The tenth stage play, The Dumpster Battle (ゴミ捨て場の決戦, Gomisuteba no Kessen) has been announced to run from October 31, 2020, to December 13, 2020,[33] focusing on the Spring High match between Karasuno and Nekoma. This play introduced new cast members for Ikkei Ukai and Nekomata.

Principal cast and characters[edit]

See also: List of Haikyu!! characters

Karasuno High School[edit]

Character Original cast[6][16]
(2015-2018)
2019–present cast[34]
Shoyo Hinata Kenta SugaKotaro Daigo
Tobio Kageyama Tatsunari Kimura
Tatsuya Kageyama[a]
Ryunosuke Akana
Ryunosuke Tanaka Kouhei ShiotaKo Kanegae
Yu Nishinoya Shohei Hashimoto
Yuto Fuchino[a]
Yuma Kitazawa
Chikara Ennoshita Kazuma Kawahara Yushin Nakatani
Kei Tsukishima Ryotaro Kosaka Ryosuke Yamamoto
Tadashi Yamaguchi Kairi Miura Yoshinari Oribe
Daichi Sawamura Keita Tanaka
Kentaro Akisawa[b]
Sho Higano

Koudai Takikawa

Koshi Sugawara Hiroki Ino
Naoki Tanaka[c]
Ryu Ichinose
Asahi Azumane Justin Tomimori Yuya Fukuda
Hisashi Kinoshita None Sean Osada

Shouta Morimoto

Keishin Ukai Tsuyoshi HayashiKen Ogasawara
Ittetsu Takeda Shige Uchida Kenta Kamakari
Kiyoko Shimizu Shizune Nagao[a]Satomi Ohkubo
Hitoka Yachi Ami Saito[a]Julie Yamamoto
Saeko Tanaka Momoko Sadachi Rina Yasukawa
Makoto Shimada Kento Yamaguchi Sho Somekawa

Reception[edit]

The stage plays have amassed a cumulative total of 320,000 attendees from 2015 to 2019.[34] It was cited as one of the most popular 2.5D stage plays in 2018 along with Musical: The Prince of Tennis and Touken Ranbu; it is partially credited for the public's growing interest in 2.5D stage plays.[35]Kenta Suga was made the ambassador of Japan 2.5-Dimensional Musical Association in 2018 partially for his work on the series.[36]

The DVD release for A View From the Top, sold 8,660 copies on its first week, debuting at #2 on the Oricon Weekly DVD Chart.[37] The DVD release for Karasuno, Revival!, sold 10,020 copies on its first week, debuting at #3 on the Oricon Weekly DVD Chart.[38] The DVD release for The Giant of Beginnings sold 4,247 copies on its first week, debuting at #2 on the Oricon Weekly DVD Chart.[39] The DVD release for The Strongest Team sold 4,247 copies on its first week, debuting at #2 on the Oricon Weekly DVD Chart.[40]

Sakura Eries of The Fandom Post called the series a "high-level production" with a cast that "displays an array of talent, ranging from acting to acrobatics to rap", noting that the plays used "clever choreography" and "simple effects."[41]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ abcdTatsuya Kageyama and Yuto Fuchino were recast as Kageyama and Nishinoya beginning in the fourth stage play, Summer of Evolution, in 2017, following Tatsunari Kimura and Shohei Hashimoto's departure after Winners and Losers. Kiyoko and Yachi also made their first appearances in Summer of Evolution, with Shizune Nagao and Ami Saito cast as the characters.[6][16]
  2. ^Kentaro Akisawa replaced Keita Tanaka after the first play, portraying Daichi beginning with A View From the Top in 2016 to Summer of Evolution in 2017.[9][16] Tanaka reprised the role in The Start of the Giant and The Strongest Team in 2018.[19]
  3. ^Naoki Tanaka was recast as Sugawara beginning in the fifth stage play, The Start of the Giant, in 2018, following Hiroki Ino's departure after Summer of Evolution in 2017.[16][19]

References[edit]

  1. ^ abLoo, Egan (March 19, 2015). "Haikyu!! Gets 2 Compilation Films Before 2nd Season & Stage Play". Anime News Network. Retrieved July 15, 2019.
  2. ^Hodgkins, Crystalyn (September 28, 2015). "Haikyu!! Stage Play Unveils Ittetsu Takeda, Keishin Ukai's Actors in Costume". Anime News Network. Retrieved July 15, 2019.
  3. ^ abcdefghOhori, Kumiko (September 1, 2016). "Artist Interview: From Non-verbal Performance to 2.5-D Stages: The Challenge of Walley Kinoshita". Japan Performing Arts. Retrieved July 15, 2019.
  4. ^ abPineda, Rafael Antonio (November 16, 2015). "New Haikyu!! Stage Play Revealed For This Fall". Anime News Network. Retrieved July 15, 2019.
  5. ^Hodgkins, Crystalyn (July 9, 2015). "Haikyu!! Stage Play's Karasuno High School Team's Cast Revealed". Anime News Network. Retrieved July 15, 2019.
  6. ^ abcRessler, Karen (July 15, 2015). "Haikyu!! Stage Play Unveils Aobajōsai High School Cast, Visual". Anime News Network. Retrieved July 15, 2019.
  7. ^Dong, Bamboo (November 16, 2015). "Catch a Glimpse from the Opening Night of the Haikyu!! Stage Play". Anime News Network. Retrieved July 15, 2019.
  8. ^"ハイパープロジェクション演劇「ハイキュー!!」[DVD]". Oricon (in Japanese). Retrieved July 15, 2019.
  9. ^ ab"演劇「ハイキュー!!」再演の詳細発表!新キャスト、日程、ビジュアルも". Natalie (in Japanese). February 8, 2016. Retrieved March 17, 2019.
  10. ^"「ハイキュー!!」新作に烏野キャスト続投、4都市での公演日程も明らかに". Natalie (in Japanese). July 16, 2016. Retrieved March 17, 2019.
  11. ^ abPineda, Rafael Antonio (November 24, 2016). "Haikyu!! Gets New Stage Play Featuring Karasuno vs. Aobajōsai in Spring". Anime News Network. Retrieved July 15, 2019.
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  15. ^Sherman, Jennifer (May 28, 2017). "Haikyu!! Manga Gets New Stage Play in 5 Japanese Cities This Fall". Anime News Network. Retrieved July 15, 2019.
  16. ^ abcde"「ハイキュー!!」新作に梟谷登場!新キャスト迎えた烏野のビジュアルも". Natalie (in Japanese). May 29, 2017. Retrieved July 10, 2019.
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  19. ^ abcPineda, Rafael Antonio (November 27, 2017). "Haikyu!! 5th Stage Play's New Cast, Visual, Debut Dates Revealed". Anime News Network. Retrieved July 15, 2019.
  20. ^"ハイパープロジェクション演劇「ハイキュー!!」"はじまりの巨人" [DVD]". Oricon (in Japanese). Retrieved July 15, 2019.
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  22. ^Hodgkins, Crystalyn (January 3, 2018). "6th Haikyu!! Stage Play Revealed for Fall 2018". Anime News Network. Retrieved July 15, 2019.
  23. ^ abPineda, Rafael Antonio (April 23, 2018). "Haikyu!! Stage Play's Performance Schedules, Visual, Title Revealed". Anime News Network. Retrieved July 15, 2019.
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  26. ^Hodgkins, Crystalyn (December 22, 2018). "Haikyū!! Manga Gets New Stage Play in April-May 2019". Anime News Network. Retrieved July 15, 2019.
  27. ^"ハイパープロジェクション演劇「ハイキュー!!」"東京の陣" [DVD]". Oricon (in Japanese). Retrieved July 15, 2019.
  28. ^"ハイパープロジェクション演劇「ハイキュー!!」"東京の陣" [Blu-ray]". Oricon (in Japanese). Retrieved July 15, 2019.
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  30. ^Hodgkins, Crystalyn (May 12, 2019). "Haikyu!! Manga Gets New Stage Play This Fall (Updated)". Anime News Network. Retrieved July 15, 2019.
  31. ^演劇「ハイキュー!!」 (December 15, 2019). "2020年春公演ハイパープロジェクション演劇「ハイキュー!!」"最強の挑戦者(チャレンジャー)"のメインビジュアル及び全公演情報を解禁! さらに、キャスト全員集合のビジュアルも大公開! 詳細は本日12月16日(月)発売の「週刊少年ジャンプ」3号、または公式HPをチェック! http://www.engeki-haikyu.com/spring2020/ pic.twitter.com/NGnjr2iU5z". @engeki_haikyu (in Japanese). Retrieved December 16, 2019.
  32. ^"HYPER PROJECTION ENGEKI "HAIKYU!!": The Strongest Challenger". JAPAN 2.5-DIMENSIONAL MUSICAL ASSOCIATION. Retrieved November 20, 2020.
  33. ^"HYPER PROJECTION ENGEKI "HAIKYU!!": The Dumpster Battle". JAPAN 2.5-DIMENSIONAL MUSICAL ASSOCIATION. Retrieved November 20, 2020.
  34. ^ abKomatsu, Mikikaze (May 13, 2019). "Haikyu!! Stage Play to Return with New Karasuno High Cast Members in Fall 2019". Crunchyroll. Retrieved July 15, 2019.
  35. ^"2.5次元ミュージカル市場が前年比45%増、動員数も大幅に増加". Musicman (in Japanese). July 5, 2019. Retrieved July 11, 2019.
  36. ^"須賀健太「2.5Dアンバサダー」就任!白衣姿で2.5次元ミュージカルの魅力を伝える". Enterstage (in Japanese). April 18, 2018. Retrieved August 12, 2018.
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  38. ^Loo, Egan (April 25, 2017). "Japan's Animation DVD Ranking, April 17–23". Anime News Network. Retrieved July 15, 2019.
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  40. ^Loo, Egan (April 23, 2019). "Japan's Animation DVD Ranking, April 15–21". Anime News Network. Retrieved July 15, 2019.
  41. ^Eries, Sakura (December 6, 2016). "Hyper Projection Engeki Haikyu!! Musical Review". The Fandom Post. Retrieved July 15, 2019.

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyper_Projection_Engeki:_Haikyu!!
Haikyuu!! stage play -- My favorite clips #4

Aoba Johsai Cast List

Oikawa Tooru - Asuma Kousuke
Born Oct 20, 1995  (22)

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Iwaizumi Hajime(2015) - Hirata Yuuya
Born Jun 20, 1993  (25) 

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Iwaizumi Hajime (2016 onward) - Kohatsu Allen
Born Aug. 23, 1991  (27)

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Matsukawa Issei(2015) - Hatakeyama Ryo
Born Oct. 20, 1991  (25) 

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Matsukawa Issei(2016 onward) - Shirakashi Judai
Born Nov. 8, 1993  (24)

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Hanamaki Takahiro - Kanai Sonde
Born May 7, 1990   (28)

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Yahaba Shigeru(2015) - Wada Masanari
Born Sep 5, 1991  (25)

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Yahaba Shigeru (2016 onward) - Yamagiwa Kaito
Born Jan 18, 1995  (23)

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Watari Shinji - Saitou Kenshin
Born Apr. 11, 1996  (22)

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Kindaichi Yuutarou - Sakamoto Kouta
Born Jan 28, 1992   (26) 

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Kunimi Akira (2015 - 2017) - Arisawa Shoutarou
Born Sep 28, 1995  (22)

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Kunimi Akira (2018) - Kanda Masakazu
Born Jan 4, 1994 (24)

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Kyoutani Kentarou - Kitamura Kento
Born Sep 2, 1993 (24) 

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The wife took a deep breath and turned her head to him quietly said: -Ah Sergey Ivanovich, you are a prankster, here is. A husband. Yura, please do not look; And she herself lowered his hand down her belly, while spreading her legs wide apart. The boss's hand penetrated under the folds of the dress and stuck her vagina.

Engeki Haikyuu!! Funny chaotic scene at Ukai's Store (Eng subs)

He stands in the doorway in only one dressing gown on his naked body. and with full desire eyes looks at her such a sexy body. Her ass is so tempting looks up, reflecting the moonlight.

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She smiled kindly and looked at me more calmly. - Come on. Teddy bear. - She broke off.



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