Athlete. Basketball Player. High School Student. Teenager. jp. Masayuki SHOUJI. en. Jon ALLEN. ...
Characters, voice actors, producers and directors from the anime Kuroko no Basket (Kuroko's Basketball) on MyAnimeList, the internet's largest anime database. Teikou Junior High School's basketball team is crowned champion three years in a row thanks to five outstanding players who, with their breathtaking and unique skills, leave opponents in despair and fans in admiration.
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Characters Seirin High. Seirin High's basketball team was founded only the year before the manga; despite this setbacks and only... Kaijō High. Kaijō is a National-level school that makes it to the Interhigh tournament each year. Although it is the... Shūtoku High. Shūtoku High is one of the three ...
Michiko KAIDEN. fr. Benjamin PASCAL. fr. Jessie LAMBOTTE. Tetsuya KUROKO. Tags. Analytical. Athlete. Basketball Player. High School Student.
Featured Character: Featured Team: Teppei Kiyoshi Seirin High; Teppei Kiyoshi is Seirin's founder and its previous ace. He is known as Iron Heart and is one of the Uncrowned Kings. Vote Now! Seirin High is a high school basketball team in Tokyo. The basketball club was founded only one year before the current story-line by Teppei Kiyoshi. Vote Now!
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Of the 114035 characters on Anime Characters Database, 63 are from the franchise Kuroko's Basketball (Series).
Kuroko's Basketball or (Translation in English) The Basketball Which Kuroko Plays) is a Japanese manga about basketball written and illustrated by Tadatoshi Fujimaki ( 藤巻 忠俊, Fujimaki Tadatoshi ). Started in December 2008, Kuroko no Basuke tells the story of a high school basketball team trying to make it to the Interhigh .
An anime adaption of the manga Kuroko no Basuke was announced September 26, 2011. It is produced by Production I.G. Directing the series is Shunsuke Tada, it is written by Noboru Takagi and Yoko Kikuchi is in charge of character design. The first season of the anime premiered April 7, 2012 and ended September 22, 2012 with a total of 25 episodes. Scenes from the ending credits of season 1 contain footage from events during the Winter Cup as a teaser for the second season.