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This page details real-world events related to the Haikyū!! franchise.

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2022

Haikyū!! × V.League "The Volleyball" All Star Special Match

Name Dates Location
ハイキュー!!×V.LEAGUE スペシャルマッチ “THE VOLLEYBALL” Aug 13 & 14, 2022 Ota City General Gymnasium
Website Twitter
haikyu-specialmatch.com @haikyu_spmatch

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The Haikyū!! × V.League "The Volleyball" All Star Special Match was the second collaboration with Japan's V.League, this time the event being held over two days. Day one was the "warm-up event" and included interviews with V.League players, voice actors from the anime and some Q&A answers from Haruichi Furudate. Day two was the match itself, and much like the Special Match from 2020 was made up of two teams of players from several V.League Division 1 teams. However, rather than the Schweiden Adlers and MSBY Black Jackals, the teams were those depicted in the special one-shot A Party Reignited.

Several announcements were made at the event, including Haikyū!! FINAL[1], the return of the stage plays[2] and an epilogue chapter for the A Party Reignited one-shot, to be published in the Haikyū!! 10th Chronicle anniversary book[3].

Haikyū!! 10th Anniversary

Name Date
ハイキュー!!10周年 Feb 20, 2022

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Main article: Haikyū!! 10th Anniversary

The Haikyū!! tenth anniversary is an event in 2022, celebrating ten years since the beginning of the serialisation of the Haikyū!! manga in Weekly Shōnen Jump on February 20, 2012. The celebration was first announced at Jump Festa 2022, where it was revealed that there would be ten major projects would be announced over the course of the year.[4]

Haikyū!! Day Off

Name Dates Location
ハイキュー!!DAY OFF Jan 7 - Feb 14, 2022 Tokyo, Nagoya & Osaka
Website Twitter
animaru.jp @haikyu_koubaibu

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Haikyū!! Day Off was a range of special merchandise featuring the characters from Haikyū!! in their casual "day off" clothing. Three pop-up stores were opened across Japan; one in Tokyo Character Street in Tokyo Station (January 7 - 20), one in the lobby of Mainichi Broadcasting System, Osaka (February 2 - 14), and one in JR Nagoya Takashimaya, Nagoya (February 4 - 18). There was also a collaboration with Japanese fashion brand Right On, which produced a range of clothing featuring designs inspired by the anime.[5]

2021

Haikyū!! To The Top × Toei Kyoto Studio Park

Name Dates Location
ハイキュー‼ TO THE TOP × 東映太秦映画村 Sept 11 - Nov 7, 2021 Toei Kyoto Studio Park
Website Twitter
toei-eigamura.com/haikyu/ @haikyu_kyoto

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On July 21, 2021, a collaboration between Toei Kyoto Studio Park and Haikyū!! To The Top was announced.[6] The event saw scenes from the anime, including from Karasuno practice sessions and from Sakanoshita Market, recreated as sets at the park that attendees could visit and photograph.[7] There was also a collaboration with the Randen tramway, where two trams were decorated for the event.[8][9]

Haikyū!! Week 2021

Name Dates Location
ハイキュー!!ウィーク Aug 14 - 29, 2021 Sendai
Website Twitter
haikyu-week.jp @karasunokiseki

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Haikyū!! Week in 2021 featured the theme "Local Sendai Summer Festival" and featured images of characters dressed in yukata.[10] From August 14 to 29, stores and restaurants around Sendai featured special goods and menu items as part of the event, and there were photo opportunities at the event space in the Sendai Forus mall.[11]

New Year! Inarizaki High School Special Team Meeting

Name Date Location
新春!稲荷崎高校
スペシャルチームミーティング
~烏野もまだまだ気分は松の内~
Jan 10, 2021 Online livestream

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First run editions of the Haikyū!! To The Top Vol.4 DVD or Blu-ray contained a voucher code that allowed the purchaser to buy tickets for a special online livestream event. Several voice actors from the series made apperances, including Mamoru Miyano (Atsumu Miya), Hideaki Kabumoto (Osamu Miya), Kenji Nojima (Shinsuke Kita), Nobunaga Shimazaki (Rintarō Suna), Ayumu Murase (Shōyō Hinata) and Kaito Ishikawa (Tobio Kageyama).[12]

2020

Haikyū!! To The Top × Tobu Zoo

Name Dates Location
ハイキュー!! TO THE TOP×東武動物公園 Oct 3 - Dec 27, 2020 Tobu Zoo
Website
tobuzoo.com

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Beginning in October 2020, a collaboration event was held with Tobu Zoo to celebrate the airing of the second cours of Haikyū!! To The Top. Chibi versions of Haikyū!! characters in zookeeper outfits appeared around the zoo, and a range of original merchandise was available.[13] At the same time, a collaboration with Japanese fashion brand WEGO was held with four sweatshirts with designs based on schools from the series.[14]

Haikyū!! Exhibition

Name Dates Location
ハイキュー!!展 Sept 24, 2020 - March 11, 2022 Multiple locations
Website Twitter
haikyu-ten.com @haikyu_exhibit

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To commemorate the completion of the Haikyū!! manga in 2020, an exhibition of Haruichi Furudate's artwork and manuscripts was created. Beginning in Sendai, the exhibition has toured Japan, with shows in Tokyo, Nagoya, Fukuoka, Toyama, Osaka, Sapporo and Hiroshima. As well as featuring artwork from the manga, the exhibition also has original artwork created for the show, including the special chapter Promises 2.

As part of the Haikyū!! 10th Anniversary celebration, a last run of the exhibition, entitled Haikyū!! Exhibition FINAL, opened at the Sunshine City, Tokyo Exhibition Hall between February 20 - March 11, 2022.

Haikyū!! Last Whistle

Name Date Location
ハイキュー!! LAST WHISTLE Aug 24, 2020 Utsunomiya City Gymnasium
Website YouTube
shonenjump.com/j/sp_haikyu_uniform/ Link »

Photo of the uniforms

On April 26, 2020 it was anounced that the summer inter-high volleyball competition would have to be cancelled due to COVID-19. The Haikyū!! Last Whistle campaign was started so that high school volleyball teams could send their uniform for display at Utsunomiya City Gymnasium, the intended location of the inter-high final, in recognition of their hard work. The photo was published in the Yomiuri Shimbun national newspaper.[15]

Haikyu!! × V.League Special Match 2020

Name Date Location
ハイキュー!! × V.LEAGUE SPECIAL MATCH 2020 Aug 16, 2020 Sendai City Gymnasium
Website YouTube
shonenjump.com/j/sp_haikyu_vleague/
vleague.jp/haikyu2020/
Link »

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On August 16, 2020 a V.League exhibition match took place at Sendai City Gymnasium.[16] Players from several V.League Division 1 teams formed special one-off Schweiden Adlers and MSBY Black Jackal teams for a match that was broadcast live on the V.TV website and the Shōnen Jump YouTube channel.[17] Voice actors Ayumu Murase (Shōyō Hinata) and Kaito Ishikawa (Tobio Kageyama) hosted the event, and the theme songs for the second cours of Haikyū!! To The Top were announced after the match.[18][19]

Haikyū!! at IKEPRI 25

Name Dates Location
ハイキュー!!文化祭 Jan 25 - Apr 11, 2020
Oct 17, 2020 - Jan 3, 2021
Sunshine City Prince Hotel, Tokyo
Website Twitter
ikepri25.com/haikyu
ikepri25.com/haikyufes
@ikepri25

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Ikepuri 25 is a "concept" floor of the Sunshine City Prince Hotel, Tokyo, in which the entire floor and its 20 rooms are redecorated to a particular concept or theme (often based on an anime series). Between January 25 - April 11, 2020, Ikepuri 25 was Haikyū!! themed, with the rooms decorated based on the schools in the series, and included exhibitions about the history of the series and its music.[20] A second collaboration was held between October 17, 2020 - January 3, 2021, this time themed around the schools holding a cultural festival.[21]

Haikyū!! Kotoba Crystal Exhibition

Name Dates Location
ハイキュー!! コトバの結晶展 Jan 2 - 9, 2020 Seibu Ikebukuro Main Store
Website Twitter
haikyu.world @haikyu_crow_pr

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In January 2020, an exhibition opened at the Seibu Gallery in the Seibu Ikebukuro department store in Tokyo. The exhibition featured new illustrations of characters and scenes from Haikyū!! juxtaposed with quotes from the manga.[22] The exhibition was also due to run at the Nagoya Sakae Mitsukoshi department store in Nagoya from May 6 - 11, 2020, but was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[23]

2019

Haikyū!! New Series Kickoff Event

Name Date Location
ハイキュー!! 新シリーズキックオフイベント
全国 (オレンジ) 大会 (コート) への道~
Sept 22, 2019 Maihama Amphitheater,
Tokyo Disney Resort

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In September 2019, a pair of live performances were held to celebrate the then upcoming airing of Haikyū!! To The Top.[24] Each performance featured the members of the cast, with the afternoon show featuring Karasuno, Shiratorizawa and Aoba Johsai cast members, and the evening show featuring Karasuno, Nekoma and Fukurōdani cast members.

The performances were recorded, and were released on Blu-ray and DVD as part of the Vol.1 and Vol.2 limited edition home video releases of Haikyū!! To The Top.[25][26]

References

  1. Tweet by @animehaikyu_com - Twitter (retrieved August 15, 2022)
  2. Tweet by @gekidan_haikyu - Twitter (retrieved August 15, 2022)
  3. Tweet by @haikyu_com - Twitter (retrieved August 15, 2022)
  4. "Haikyū!!" 10th Anniversary project started! - Natalie (retrieved December 18, 2021)
  5. "Haikyū!!" Collaboration Items! - Right On (retrieved February 26, 2022)
  6. @TOHOanimation - Twitter (retrieved August 27, 2021)
  7. "Haikyū!!" event will be held from 9/11 (Sat) at Toei Kyoto Studio Park! - haikyu.jp (retrieved August 27, 2021)
  8. "Haikyū!! TO THE TOP x Toei Kyoto Studio Park" collaboration event - Keifuku Electric Railroad Co., Ltd (retrieved August 27, 2021)
  9. Limited time event collaboration train running! - Toei Kyoto Studio Park (retrieved August 27, 2021)
  10. Haikyū!! Week held again this year! - haikyu.jp (retrieved August 27, 2021)
  11. Haikyū!! Week - haikyu-week.jp (retrieved August 27, 2021)
  12. New Year! Inarizaki High School Special Team Meeting - haikyu.jp (retrieved August 27, 2021)
  13. Haikyū!! To The Top × Tobu Zoo - Tobu Zoo (archived from the original October 30, 2020; retrieved December 24, 2021)
  14. "Haikyū!! TO THE TOP" x WEGO collaboration items will be released on September 17th! - WEGO (archived from the original November 1, 2020; retrieved December 24, 2021)
  15. Haikyū!! Last Whistle - Shōnen Jump (retrieved August 27, 2021)
  16. Haikyū!! X V.League Dream Match - Shōnen Jump (retrieved August 1, 2020)
  17. Haikyū!! X V.League Special Match - V.League (retrieved August 1, 2020)
  18. @animehaikyu_com - Twitter (retrieved August 19, 2020)
  19. @animehaikyu_com - Twitter (retrieved August 19, 2020)
  20. Concept floor IKEPRI25 in tie-up with popular work of Weekly Shonen Jump TV animation "Haikyū!! TO THE TOP" - PR TIMES (retrieved September 26, 2021)
  21. IKEPRI25 collaboration project with TV animation "Haikyū!!" has been decided! - PR TIMES (retrieved September 26, 2021)
  22. Haikyū!! Kotoba Crystal Exhibition - haikyu.world (retrieved December 19, 2021)
  23. @haikyu_crow_pr - Twitter (retrieved December 19, 2021)
  24. Haikyū!! New Series Kickoff Event - haikyu.jp (retrieved July 16, 2020)
  25. "Haikyu!! TO THE TOP" BD & DVD Vol.1 Video Benefit - TOHO animation channel (YouTube) (retrieved July 16, 2020)
  26. "Haikyu!! TO THE TOP" BD & DVD Vol.2 Video Benefit - TOHO animation channel (YouTube) (retrieved July 16, 2020)
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