Water Boys 2

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Water Boys 2
Genre Romantic Comedy, Sports
Starring Hayato Ichihara
Satomi Ishihara
Akiyoshi Nakao
Keita Saitō
Teppei Koike
Opening theme Niji (?)
Country of origin Japan
Original language(s) Japanese
No. of episodes 12
Producer(s) Kōichi Funatsu
Yukiko Yanagawa
Original network Fuji TV
Original release July 6 – September 21, 2004
Preceded by Water Boys
Followed by Water Boys 2005 Natsu
External links
Website wwwz.fujitv.co.jp/waterboys2/index.html

Water Boys 2 (ウォーターボーイズ2?, Wōtā Bōizu Tsū) is a Japanese drama series aired in Japan on Fuji Television in 2004. The series is very closely related in style to the first season of Water Boys, except set in a different environment—a girls school.[1]


Three years ago, the former all-girl Himeno High School opened its doors to male students, but the school still retains its female-dominated environment as the school still has a majority female population. Eikichi Mizushima transfers into the school from a prestigious Aoba High School in Tokyo, where he was previously a member of the swimming team, to be with his grandfather, Kamekichi, while his father was away in New York City starting a new business.

Yōsuke Yamamoto always wanted to have a boys' sports club in the school and, when he heard about Eikichi's involvement with the swim club, decided to make his own. Starting from scratch, the boys must go through similar hardships to start their own swimming club, except this time they have a strong opposition of the female presence.



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