The July issue of Kodansha‘s Monthly Shonen Magazine uncovered on Thursday that Tomo Takeuchi‘s Welcome to the Ballroom manga will continue in the magazine’s next issue on July 5.
The manga went on break in December 2017 because of Takeuchi’s wellbeing. Despite the fact that the rest was at first gotten ready for two months, the arrangement did not continue in March 2018. The magazine reported in April 2018 that the rest would proceed because of the maker’s medical problems. Takeuchi uncovered this past May that she is getting ready to continue the manga.
Welcome to the Ballroom is a Japanese manga arrangement composed and outlined by Tomo Takeuchi. It recounts to the prototypical story of a careless Japanese youth named Tatara Fujita, who, after a shot 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 solely spilling the arrangement around the world.
Manga‘s official description is:
“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.“
It was selected for the sixth Manga Taishō. It was number nine on the 2013 Kono Manga ga Sugoi! Top 20 Manga for Male Readers review. It was put seventh in Zenkoku Shotenin ga Eranda Osusume Comic 2013, a 2013 positioning of the best 15 manga suggested by Japanese book shops. It is designated for the eighth Manga Taishō. Volume 4 sold 53,892 duplicates in the seven day stretch of April 14 to 20, 2013.