The official Twitter account for the upcoming anime adaptation of Mimana Orimoto’s Bakuon!! manga series has welcomed the New Year with the illustration pictured below.

Motorcycle Girl Themed Manga Bakuon!! Welcomes 2016

The staff for the anime was recently revealed and include:

  • Director: Junji Nishimura (GlasslipTrue Tears)
  • Series Composition: Kurasumi Sunayama
  • Character Design: Isao Sugimoto (Girls und Panzer, Kemeko Deluxe!)
  • Studio: TMS Entertainment (D.Gray-man, Lupin III (2015))

In addition to this the first promotional video was recently revealed:

In addition to this a new visual featuring Hane Sakura was recently featured on the website.

Bakuon anime visual Hane Sakura

In addition to this, the official website previously revealed that it will premiere in April 2016 and unveiled a new visual for the series.

Motorcycle Girl Themed Manga Bakuon!! TV Anime visual

The anime adaptation of Bakuon!! was revealed on the 6th volume of the manga with a wraparound jacket.

Bakuon!! is a motorcycle, slice of life manga written and illustrated by Mimana Orimoto. The series began in early 2011 being serialized in Akita Shoten’s Young Champion Retsu magazine. To date a total of 6 compiled volumes have been produced, with a 7th volume releasing on March 18, 2016. The series itself features motorcycles from real companies. An anime adaptation has been announced and slated for 2016.

Bakuon!! synopsis from MAL:

The story revolves around high school girls who discover the appeal of motorcycles. Sakura Hane is a high school student who looks a little bit like an airhead. On the way to her all-female high school one day, she is worn-out climbing a hilly road with a bicycle, but she sees a girl named Onsa Amano who is riding a motorcycle. Sakura immediately becomes interested in motorcycles, and she and Onsa join the motorcycle club at the school. Then, Sakura sets out to get her license.

Source: Bakuon!! official website


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