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WATCH: ‘Welcome to the Ballroom’ new promo vid waltzes onto the net

/ 07:36 PM May 03, 2017

The new promo video of the anime “Welcome to the Ballroom” is the fourth to be released and features the insert song “Tettoutetsubi Yonayona Drive” (Through and Through, Night After Night Drive by Unison Square Garden).

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Anime News Network reports that the official website for the TV anime show has revealed designs for two new characters, who are both siblings and dance partners.

Mako and Gaju Akagi

Mako and Gaju Akagi. Image: “Welcome to the Ballroom” official website

“Welcome to the Ballroom” is based on a manga of the same name. It focuses on high school student Tatara Fujita. An average boy in all respects, he enters the world of ballroom dancing which completely changes his life.

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Tatara Fujita. Image: “Welcome to the Ballroom” official website

The show is scheduled for a July premiere on most Japanese networks. Alfred Bayle/JB

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