It can... and apparently it does, thanks to fans in Portugal. Keijo Portugal is a small group working to turn the wild sport of the show -- which involves girls trying to knock their opponents off a raft using only their chests and buttocks -- into a real activity.Jul 22, 2017
Keijo is a sports manga by Daichi Sorayami, which was subsequently adapted into an anime TV series by Xebec. The show follows a women-only sport that involves competitors knocking each other off a platform in a pool of water using only their breasts and behinds.Jul 27, 2017
It was serialized in Shogakukan's magazine Weekly Shōnen Sunday from July 2013 to April 2017, with its chapters collected into eighteen tankōbon volumes. An anime television series adaptation produced by Xebec aired from October to December 2016. Keijo!!!!!!!!
Keijo is a satire of sports anime and its great.
Young girls participate in a gambling sport known as "Keijo", in which contestants stand on floating platforms and must push each other off using their breasts and buttocks.
He admitted that the manga's cancellation was due to his own lack of skill and the circumstances between him and the publisher. He wrote with some hesitation that the manga's publisher Shogakukan could have given him more support.Apr 26, 2017
Quick Answer. Keijo was an actual sport! But it only became real after the Keijo anime finished broadcasting in Fall 2016. If the anime didn't serve as an inspiration, this all-female sport wouldn't even have existed in Portugal.Jan 30, 2021
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Keijo!!!!!!!! is an Ecchi sports manga series written and illustrated by Daichi Sorayomi and serialized in Weekly Shonen Sunday from 2013 to 2017, with an anime adaptation directed by Hideya Takahashi and aired by Xebec as part of the Fall 2016 Anime season.