Mou Ippon Episode 4 Release Date: Review, Cast And Characters!
Mou Ippon is another name for (Ippon again!) Episode 4 will be released next week. Yu Muraoka created and illustrated the manga series Ippon Again, which has been serialized since October 2018 in Akita Shoten’s shonen manga magazine Weekly Shonen Champion.
Twenty-one tanks on volumes had been collected as of January 2023. The anime television series adaptation of Bakken Record premiered in January 2023.
Michi decides to retire from judo after losing an embarrassing final round in the final event in this story. Putting old interests aside is a typical part of growing up, but with social activities and entrance examinations, she won’t have time to participate in her favorite martial art.
Towa, the girl who defeated Michi in her final bout, rekindles her passion for judo when she meets her new classmate. She would like to start a judo club at her school, but she needs new members to get it started.
They’ll combine their passions and score ippon once more, unified by their love of judo! Let’s find out when Mou Ippon episode 4 will be released, the cast, a review of episode 3, and where you can watch it.
Mou Ippon Episode 3 Review
This episode had a lot of wonderful development. Nothing felt rushed, and there was plenty of detail to help you understand what was going on. I’m looking forward to episode four since I feel we’ll get some additional backstory once the competition gets going.
In sports anime, it is critical for the viewer to feel linked to the main characters and their opponents. You must be rooting for them to win. All three girls’ backstories are well-developed, showcasing their inner identities and the hurdles they had to overcome.
When an adversary is introduced, it simply adds fuel to the fire. Will she, however, continue to be one or, like Haikyuu, do something that makes you root for them in the end? Because there are no villains in sports, only rivals who are as hungry to win as the MCs are, this would be next-level entertainment.
Nagumo’s train conversation with Towa was very nice. Because she wants her friends to feel the thrill of victory, telling her to take them to new heights is her way of demonstrating how much she cares for them. She probably wanted them to learn Kendo since she was talented at it and wanted to pass it on to them.
Release for Mou Ippon Episode 4 Date and Time
The release date for Mou Ippon Episode 4 is slated for Monday, January 30, 2023. Let’s take a look at when Mou Ippon Episode 4 will air in different parts of the world:
- 08:35 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time (29 January 2023, Sunday)
- 10:30 a.m. Central Daylight Time (29 January 2023, Sunday)
- 11:35 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time (29 January 2023, Sunday)
- 10:05 PM (Indian Standard Time) (29 January 2023, Sunday)
- 12:35 a.m. in Singapore Standard Time (30 January 2023, Monday)
- 01:35 AM (Japan Standard Time) (30 January 2023, Monday)
- 12:35 a.m. in Hong Kong Standard Time (30 January 2023, Monday)
- 12:35 a.m. Beijing Standard Time (30 January 2023, Monday)
Mou Ippon Cast And Characters
The anime’s voice actors include Aya Sait as Michi Sonoda, Sanae Takigawa as Yukari Anzai, Chiyuki Miura as Towa Hiura, and Nene Hieda as Anna Nagumo. Ken Ogiwara, the anime director for Yuri On Ice, Fairy Tail, and Black Butler of the Atlantic Movie, previously worked as a photographer on Yu Muraoka’s Ippon Again series.
He directed the series as the solo director for the first time, with Airi Takekawa handling character design and animation and Bakken Record handling animation. Pony Canyon, a music production firm, will be in charge of the music, while Shun Narita will be in charge of the composition.
Where Can I View Mou Ippon Episode 4?
Mou Ippon Episode 4 is available on many Japanese channels including AT-X, Tokyo MX, TV Tokyo, KBS Kyoto, and TVA.
Mou Ippon Episode 4 is now available on HIDIVE and can be viewed for free on Muse India’s YouTube channel. On the same platforms, you can also watch older episodes of the Mou Ippon anime.
Mou Ippon! Episode 4, anime Conclusion, follows Michi and her friends as they compete for the judo championship. The episode concentrated on Hiura’s motivations for enrolling in Michi’s school, which were understandable to viewers.
Michi’s ambition to become a champion is questioned in the last round when she fights Towa, but she finally decides to retain martial arts in her life. Michi and her companions finish the episode ready to tackle their next challenge.
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