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K-On! is a Japanese four-panel comic strip manga series written and illustrated by Kakifly. The manga was serialized in Houbunsha’s seinen manga magazine Manga Time Kirara between the May 2007 and October 2010 issues. It was also serialized in Houbunsha’s magazine Manga Time Kirara Carat. The manga relaunched from April 2011 to June 2012 with two separate storylines published in Manga Time Kirara Forward and Manga Time Kirara Max.

The manga series was adapted into a 26-episode anime television series produced by Kyoto Animation and directed by Naoko Yamada, which aired in Japan between April and September 2009. An animated film based on the series was released in Japan on December 3, 2011. The story follows four Japanese high school girls who join their school’s light music club to try to save it from being abolished. Through the activities of the club, the four girls, Yui Hirasawa, Mio Akiyama, Ritsu Tainaka, and Tsumugi Kotobuki, learn to play musical instruments and grow as friends.

The story of the manga and the anime is set in the same universe, but they are not necessarily the same. K-On! Hentai has become a media franchise, with several manga adaptations and spin-offs being published, as well as four novelizations and four video games. The anime series has been licensed by Sentai Filmworks in North America, Madman Entertainment in Australia, and MVM Films in the United Kingdom. The manga has been licensed by Yen Press in North America and the United Kingdom. The anime and manga have been critically acclaimed, with the anime winning the Best Animation Award at the 2009 Tokyo International Anime Fair. The manga also won the 2010 Manga Taishō award.

A 13-episode anime TV series variation by Kyoto Liveliness broadcasted in Japan among April and June 2009. An extra unique video liveliness (OVA) episode was delivered in January 2010. A 26-episode second season, named K-On!! (with two interjection marks), broadcasted in Japan among April and September 2010, with an OVA episode delivered in Walk 2011. An anime film transformation was delivered in Japan in December 2011.

Bandai Diversion had authorized the primary season until their conclusion in 2012. Sentai Filmworks has since re-authorized the main season, as well as obtaining the privileges to the subsequent season and film. K-On! Hentai has serious areas of strength for accomplished in Japan, and by 2011 gross incomes had reached more than ¥15 billion ($192 million) in stock deals.

In an unknown piece of Japan, four secondary school young ladies join the light music club of the all-young ladies private Sakuragaoka Secondary School to attempt to save it from being disbanded. Be that as it may, they are the main individuals from the club. Right away, Yui Hirasawa has no experience playing instruments or perusing printed music, however she in the long run turns into an amazing guitar player.

From that point on, Yui, alongside bassist Mio Akiyama, drummer Ritsu Tainaka, and keyboardist Tsumugi Kotobuki go through their school days working on, performing, and hanging out together. The club is administered by music educator Sawako Yamanaka who in the end turns into their homeroom educator too during their last year of secondary school. In their subsequent year, the club invites another guitarist, underclassman Azusa Nakano. After Azusa goes along with they acquire construction and start to rehearse more.

After their third year, Yui, Mio, Ritsu and Tsumugi graduate and enlist into a college. There they join its light music club close by three different understudies: Akira Wada, Ayame Yoshida, and Sachi Hayashi. In the interim, Azusa keeps on running the secondary school light music club close by Yui’s sister Ui, their cohort Jun Suzuki, and new individuals Sumire Saitō and Nao Okuda.

The side project manga K-On! Mix centers around another arrangement of characters at an alternate school. In the wake of being enlivened by the Sakuragaoka Secondary School light music club, Yukari Sakuma and companion hentai gallery Kaede Shimizu try to shape their own club. Alongside colleague Maho Sawabe, they find the Light Music Appreciation Society, a club run by Riko Satou.


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