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Keijo!!!!!!!!
The cover shows a group of women in bikinis; the character Nozomi is in the front, and twists, showing her buttocks to the viewer.
Cover of the first manga volume
競女!!!!!!!!
GenreComedy,[1] sports[2]
Manga
Written byDaichi Sorayomi
Published byShogakukan
ImprintShōnen Sunday Comics
MagazineWeekly Shōnen Sunday
DemographicShōnen
Original runJuly 24, 2013April 26, 2017
Volumes18 (List of volumes)
Anime television series
Directed byHideya Takahashi
Produced by
  • Nobuhiro Nakayama
  • Jun Fukuda
  • Takatoshi Chino
  • Takeshi Okamura
  • Ryūtaro Usukura
  • Toshiyasu Hayashi
  • Atsushi Aitani
Written byTakao Kato
Music byHayato Matsuo
StudioXebec
Licensed by
Original networkTokyo MX, AT-X, BS11
Original run October 6, 2016 December 22, 2016
Episodes12 + 6 OVA (List of episodes)
Wikipe-tan face.svg Anime and manga portal

Keijo!!!!!!!! (競女!!!!!!!!), also known as Hip Whip Girl, is a Japanese sports manga series written and illustrated by Daichi Sorayomi. It centers around the fictional women-only sport, where players can use only breasts and buttocks to defeat opponents or send them into the water. It also follows a gymnast becoming the richest player in Japan. 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.

Premise[edit]

The series is set in an alternate reality where a new, women-only, gambling sport known as "keijo", quickly becomes a fad in Japan. It matches are held atop floating platforms, known as "Land" in the swimming pool stadium. The players fight to defeat their opponents or send them out to the water, by using their breasts or buttocks. Olympic athlete Nozomi Kaminashi becomes a player, wishing to win the high earnings. While participating, she defeats her opponents while learning that the way to fame and fortune in a new uncommon sport has more challenges than she ever imagined.

Characters[edit]

Nozomi Kaminashi (神無 のぞみ, Kaminashi Nozomi)
Voiced by: Lynn[3] (Japanese); Amber Lee Connors[4] (English)
An energetic and cheerful girl wishing to become the richest keijo player. When she was an athlete, her skills allow her to move around the Land. Her fighting style is Infighter style, due to her raw power. Her signature attack is the Vacuum Butt Cannon, which can blow anyone or anything away. At school, she is sometimes a troublemaker. Although she can get stuck in tough cases like wearing the UTM and pulling out turnips with her butt. She has a strong hunch when she has her head in her butt, so she can figure out what her opponent's special talent is. Despite her loss, she redeemed herself by learning all she can from her teachers and friends. She has a long dark blue hair tied with a white ribbon in the back and dark blue eyes.
Sayaka Miyata (宮田 さやか, Miyata Sayaka)
Voiced by: M.A.O[3] (Japanese); Felecia Angelle[4] (English)
Nozomi's best friend and former judo champion. She is fast and strong and is considered among the most promising new recruits. She later claims herself the fastest player. Her fighting style is Outfighter in which she uses her speed combined with her skill. Even though she is not fazed by her classmate's antics, except Nozomi, she has a caring friend to her roommates and problem solve issues her friends have. She is identified with short white hair with a blue ribbon in the back and dark blue eyes. Out of the group, only her father disapproves her move from judo to keijo until he accepts it when the people in the audience encourages Sayaka to adapt her move. Her mother approves Sayaka's move and able to show her husband what her daughter can really do.
Kazane Aoba (青葉 風音, Aoba Kazane)
Voiced by: Kaede Hondo[3] (Japanese); Alexis Tipton[4] (English)
A resident of Hiroshima. She is quietly soft-spoken, due to being self-conscious about her dialect until she finally speaks out in the final hip toss endurance test. Her ponytail moves in reaction when she is addressed or when she feels emotions. Her right hand is very sensitive and can copy her opponents' abilities by feeling up their butts, an ability she calls Scanning Hand. In addition, she is a great strategist and used special abilities from her friends as the situation demands in the East West War. The reading material she likes to read is Keijo Magazine. Her fighting style is Counter. Lastly, out of the girl group that lives in room 309, she is the only one wearing the scarf. She has a brown ponytail and eyes.
Non Toyoguchi (豊口 のん, Toyoguchi Non)
Voiced by: Saori Ōnishi[3] (Japanese); Sarah Wiedenheft[4] (English)
A girl from a countryside village, wishing to become a keijo player and gaining popularity. She can revitalize her village by lacking the population. She has the softest buttocks and breast which allows her to absorb attacks and reflect it back. She is also known to be very clumsy. Not only that, she can be absent-minded and also goes into any comical situation like wearing Miyata's bra and panties, and wearing her entrance dress back to front. Not to mention she has an unusual accent along with Kazane which is why Nozomi misunderstands her.
Hanabi Kawai (河合 花火, Kawai Hanabi)
Voiced by: Rena Maeda[3] (Japanese); Kristen McGuire[4] (English)
An Elite Class Rank 3. She is considered a sports prodigy ever since she was a child and because of this, she had no friends until she took up keijo. She has a happy go lucky attitude when playing on the Land. Her attack strategy is to strike her opponent's jaw which causes a shock to their brain that knocks them out. A cross-like sparkle appears on her eyes whenever she is participating. Her attack style is Infighter. She has short light purple hair and eyes.
Mio Kusakai (日下生 美桜, Kusakai Mio)
Voiced by: Hibiku Yamamura[3] (Japanese); Michelle Rojas[5] (English)
An Elite Class Rank 1. She is known to be a lesbian who flirts with other girls. She's a happy, playful girl with a great interest in Nozomi. In addition to her great athleticism, she is also able to use a technique called Titty Hypnosis in which she sways her ample breasts like a pendulum which dazes and confounds her opponents, though the technique has been banned in their school due to the potential of it causing inexperienced opponents to drown in their hypnotized state. Her fighting style is Infighter. She has long blonde hair and light blue eyes.
Rin Rokudō (六堂 鈴, Rokudō Rin)
Voiced by: Rie Takahashi[3] (Japanese); Alex Moore[6] (English)
An Elite Class Rank 2. She initially claims the title in Western Japan which sparks a rivalry between her and Sayaka. As a former swimmer, she has a greater lung capacity which allows her to continuously move at a great speed without losing her breath often. Her favorite technique is the Butt Gattling. Whenever she participates in keijo, her hair would stand which and takes a form similar to cat ears. This, in addition to her small frame and cat-like expressions, caused her friends to give her the nickname "Rinrin". Her fighting style is Outfighter. She has blue short hair and blue eyes.
Yuko Ōshima (大島 優子, Ōshima Yuko)
Voiced by: Misa KayamaEp. 1 credits (Japanese); Kristen McGuire[4] (English)
The main teacher in the West. She gives out tasks for the girls that are related to keijo. Like hip toss with the beach ball and giving morning exercise. She has amazing speed as a test in the second episode knocking all four students off the land. She has long blue hair and blue eyes.
Nagisa Ujibe (氏部 凪, Ujibe Nagisa)
Voiced by: Mabuki AndōEp. 1 credits (Japanese); Jamie Marchi[4] (English)
One of the first keijo players and prize queens known as the Alluring Siren in the past. In the present, she became a teacher of Nozomi. She was the first to recognize her Vacuum Butt Cannon move and knows the danger of the attack as she once used it herself. She owns the UTMs which she gives to Nozomi before giving to her elite class in preparation for the East West War. She has a rivalry with the keijo training school's head teacher in East. She has orange hair and eyes and has a fat short body compared to the one she had when she was a teenager.
Miku Kobayakawa (小早川 未来, Kobayakawa Miku)
Voiced by: Yōko HikasaEp. 1 credits (Japanese); Dawn M. Bennett[4] (English)
One of the other teachers in the West. Although she looks blind, she is also a good teacher. She has long blonde hair and her eye color is unknown.
Kotone Fujisaki (藤崎 琴音, Fujisaki Kotone)
Voiced by: Shizuka Ishigami[7] (Japanese); Jad Saxton[8] (English)
An Elite Class Rank 4. She comes from a family of players and is naturally gifted at the sport. However, she sees it as nothing more than work, until she participates in keijo for the first time. She can attack while her back is turned and uses the vibrations on the Land to detect and predict their movements without looking. Her buttocks release an aura that takes the form of a dog she calls Cerberus and her buttocks appear to be able to home in on her target as though she were moving on auto-pilot. When not participating, she listens to homosexual stories on her headset and occasionally fantasizes about it which, to her opponents, makes it appear uninteresting. Her fighting style is Infighter. She has short blue hair and blue eyes.

Media[edit]

Manga[edit]

Keijo!!!!!!!! is written and illustrated by Daichi Sorayomi. It ran in Shogakukan's magazine Weekly Shōnen Sunday from July 24, 2013 to April 26, 2017.[9][10][2] Shogakukan compiled the chapters into eighteen tankōbon volumes, released from November 18, 2013 to July 18, 2017.[11][12]

Volume list[edit]

No. Japanese release date Japanese ISBN
01 November 18, 2013[11]978-4-09-124505-2
02 February 18, 2014[13]978-4-09-124565-6
03 May 16, 2014[14]978-4-09-124645-5
04 August 18, 2014[15]978-4-09-125080-3
05 November 18, 2014[16]978-4-09-125373-6
06 February 18, 2015[17]978-4-09-125598-3
07 May 18, 2015[18]978-4-09-125839-7
08 August 18, 2015[19]978-4-09-126208-0
09 November 18, 2015[20]978-4-09-126487-9
10 February 18, 2016[21]978-4-09-126777-1
11 May 18, 2016[22]978-4-09-127137-2
12 September 16, 2016[23]978-4-09-127337-6
13 October 18, 2016[24]978-4-09-127409-0
14 December 16, 2016[25]978-4-09-127423-6
15 March 17, 2017[26]978-4-09-127506-6
16 May 18, 2017[27]978-4-09-127565-3
17 June 16, 2017[28]978-4-09-127580-6
18 July 18, 2017[12]978-4-09-127725-1

Anime[edit]

An anime television series adaptation was announced in February 2016.[29] The video game Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 has a crossover promotion with Keijo!!!!!!!!, with in-game swimsuits based on the series.[30] The anime was produced by Xebec. It was directed by Hideya Takahashi, written by Takao Kato, composed by Hayato Matsuo and the characters designed by Keiya Nakano.[31] It aired from October 6 to December 22, 2016.[3] The opening theme from episodes 1 to 11) "Dream X Scramble!" was performed by AiRI, while the ending theme "Fantas/Hip Girlfriends!" was performed by the show's original cast.[32] The series was released across six Blu-ray and DVD home video release volumes,[33] and each volume includes an original video animation.[34] The anime was streamed by Crunchyroll[35] and Funimation, the latter of which streamed an English dub.[36]

Episode list[edit]

No. Title[37][a] Original air date[38]
1"Setouchi Keijo Training School!!!!"
Transcription: "Setouchi Keijo Yōsei Gakkō!!!!" (Japanese: 瀬戸内競女養成学校!!!!)
October 6, 2016 (2016-10-06)
A group of female students spend a try-out at school half a year ago. In the present day, Nozomi and Sayaka pass the test, and meet Non and Kazane at the dormitory room.
2"The Hip Toss Brings Us Together!!!!"
Transcription: "Danketsu no Hippu Tosu!!!!" (Japanese: 団結のヒップトス!!!!)
October 13, 2016 (2016-10-13)
The students spend the first day of the term. One of which involves passing a beach ball around in a group, using only one's buttocks. The team initially struggles, but Kazane accurately guides them to where it lands by reading the wind currents. The team is placed in an evaluation match with Nagisa. Nozomi uses the "Vacuum Butt Cannon" for the first time.
3"Vacuum Butt Cannon!!!!"
Transcription: "Shinkū Rekketsu!!!!" (Japanese: 真空烈尻(しんくうれっけつ)!!!!)
October 20, 2016 (2016-10-20)
The students are told what fighting style suits them – infighter, outfighter or counter – and do exercises. Nagisa asks Nozomi not to use the move she used during the practice match: while effective, it could damage her spine. But Nozomi determines to use it. So Nagisa has her train in a special UTM swimsuit that supposed to shape her body but instead, Nozomi finds it hard to move around leading to a comic situation in her daily routine and forcing to wear it for a month. Kazane and Non give free massages to all students at school, gathering data with her right hand. Kazane advises Nozomi to relax with the suit and she discovers a new technique in an upcoming match.
4"The Battle for the Fastest Butt!!!!"
Transcription: "Saisoku Kettei-sen!!!!" (Japanese: 最速尻定戦(さいそくけつていせん)!!!!)
October 27, 2016 (2016-10-27)
After Sayaka defeats Rin, Non manages to defeat Atsuko Yoshida by using a soft buttock to deflect a hard one. Mio uses the power of hypnosis to defeat Kazane. despite teamwork and getting cornered.
5"Full-Auto Cerberus!!!!"
Transcription: "Jidō geigeki (furuōto) keruberosu!!!!" (Japanese: 自動迎撃(フルオート)ケルベロス!!!!)
November 3, 2016 (2016-11-03)
Nozomi meets Kotone in the class-change race. As the two collide, Nozomi defeats Kotone. Nagisa permits Nozomi to use the move for permission on the next match. As the girls move to the elite class, Kazane prevents Mio from using hypnosis.
6"Alluring Kyoto Trip!!!!"
Transcription: "Miwaku no Kyōto gasshuku!!!!" (Japanese: 魅惑の京都合宿!!!!)
November 10, 2016 (2016-11-10)
The elite class are divided into groups based on fighting styles in Kyoto. There, they meet other players for three hours.
7"Where the Turnips Lead!!!!"
Transcription: "Kabu no michibiku saki!!!!" (Japanese: カブの導く先!!!!)
November 17, 2016 (2016-11-17)
Sayaka advises Nozomi to compare herself to the pro and figure out what had happened. After walking through the river with the group, Nozomi realizes that so much of the muscles in her butt makes her speed and agility slower. She receives a special training where a rope is tied around her waist and the stem of a turnip and she needs to pull it up with her buttocks and hips quickly, without breaking off the stem in exchange for the students that have to eat it. After Mio hints Nozomi on her problem, the wagon and the turnips in it allows her to finally solve the problem of pulling the turnip from the ground, learning the new move called the "butt flash". At the same time, the elite class is wearing the same suit.
8"The Dramatic East-West War!!!!"
Transcription: "Haran hisshi no tōzai-sen!!!!" (Japanese: 波乱必至の東西戦!!!!)
November 24, 2016 (2016-11-24)
After Nozomi defeats Usagi Tsukishita, the students and their teacher leave Kyoto. They meet the other school team from the east. One of the teachers stop the fight and ask the students to do this in a tournament.
9"Ruler of the Jungle Gym!!!!"
Transcription: "Jangurujimu no hasha!!!!" (Japanese: ジャングルジムの覇者!!!!)
December 1, 2016 (2016-12-01)
Despite a few losses, Mio distracts the twin sisters. Though Sayaka reaches the limit, she defeats Nami Nanase. Sayaka's father is impressed about the inspiration of judo, ending his hatred about the past.
10"The Second East÷-West War Race!!!!"
Transcription: "Tōzai-sen dai ni rēsu!!!!" (Japanese: 東西戦第二レース!!!!)
December 8, 2016 (2016-12-08)
The next team challenges the other one. Kazane reveals her power on copying moves of any buttocks she touched. While the two are knocked from the platform, the east wins the match with Sanae Hououin nearly avoiding the water.
11"The Castle of the Final Match!!!!"
Transcription: "Kessen no shiro!!!!" (Japanese: 決戦の城!!!!)
December 15, 2016 (2016-12-15)
On the final match determining the winner, the castle sinks after a few players are defeated. While fighting Nozomi, Maya Sakashiro gets into the fear and reveals her split personality to everyone.
12"The Heated Battle's Rear-End!!!!"
Transcription: "Nessen Shūketsu!!!!" (Japanese: 熱戦終尻(しゅうけつ)!!!!)
December 22, 2016 (2016-12-22)
Kaya, Maya's alter ego and the number one player of the east, defeats the rest of her opponents. After receiving the power from Hanabi, Nozomi uses her combined strength to defeat Maya, despite being bruised and Maya releases the ego. The girls graduate and everyone split up. Nozomi and Sayaka become professional players on a month-long introduction in Chūgoku region.

Specials[edit]

No. Title[b] Original air date[39]
1"Figure 8utt"
(Japanese: 尻8の字)
November 23, 2016 (2016-11-23)
2"Buttbox"
(Japanese: 尻ボイパ)
December 21, 2016 (2016-12-21)
3"From Empty Room to Store Room"
(Japanese: 空き部屋から物置き部屋へ)
January 25, 2017 (2017-01-25)
4"East-West War Eve"
(Japanese: 東西戦前夜)
March 8, 2017 (2017-03-08)
5"Midnight Buttle"
(Japanese: 真夜中の尻戦)
March 29, 2017 (2017-03-29)
6"Forever a Keijo Competitor"
(Japanese: 競女よ永遠(とは)に)
May 31, 2017 (2017-05-31)

Reception[edit]

In November 2016, Crunchyroll revealed their most viewed anime shows of the season in the United States per state; the Keijo!!!!!!!! anime was the most popular in nine states, with only Yuri on Ice and Drifters being most viewed in more states.[40] In 2017, fans in Portugal were in the planning stages for a defictionalized Keijo sport league. The rules of the defictionalized version were modified and protective gear for the breasts, rear, and thighs were added to make the sport "safer and more realistic". A proof of concept video showed a match in action and the league planned to scout for interested parties and venues for play.[41][42]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ All English titles are taken from Funimation.
  2. ^ All titles are taken from TVDB.

References[edit]

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