Kodansha’s Monthly Shonen Magazine’s February Issue declared on Monday that Tomo Takeuchi’s Welcome to the Ballroom manga is going on an inconclusive break, beginning with the February issue.
The magazine had wanted to have another chapter for the Welcome to the Ballroom manga in February issue, yet because of Takeuchi’s unexpected weakness prompting a proceeded with trouble recorded as a hard copy, there was no new manga chapter in the issue. Kodansha will uncover when the manga will return once the distributer and Takeuchi settle on a date.
Welcome to the Ballroom is a Japanese manga arrangement composed and delineated by Tomo Takeuchi. It recounts to the prototypical story of a capricious Japanese youth named Tatara Fujita, who, after a possibility experience, is dove into the universe of aggressive moving. The arrangement is authorized in North America by Kodansha Comics. An anime TV arrangement adjustment by Production I.G debuted on July 8, 2017, with Amazon Video only gushing the arrangement around the world.
The series has been portrayed officially:
“Third-year middle school student Tatara Fujita is a guy who has no plans for his future or dreams, but tries to find something he can pursue with his whole life. With him being bullied and extorted, he is saved from delinquents by a man named Kaname Sengoku, a motorcycle-riding dance instructor. Tatara is entered into the Ogasawara Dance Studio in which he is shown the ropes of the world of Competitive Ballroom Dancing.“