Haikyuu Birthdays

Shouyou Hinata, a short-statured Japanese middle school student, resurrects the volleyball club at his school after seeing a volleyball ace dubbed “Little Giant” in action. The squad even goes to a tournament, where they are brutally crushed by Tobio Kageyama’s “King of the Court.” While Kageyama enters high school, Hinata enrolls in Karasuno High School’s volleyball team—only to discover that his sworn adversary, Kageyama, is now on the team.

Hinata’s small stature makes it difficult for him to find his place on the team, even with his superior jumping abilities. Surprisingly, Kageyama has certain issues that only Hinata can solve, and learning to collaborate appears to be the only way for the team to win. Haikyuu!! is the thrilling and emotional sports drama based on Haruichi Furudate’s long-running shoujo manga of the same name, which follows two determined athletes as they try to mend a decades-old rivalry in order to make their high school volleyball team the best in Japan.

Haikyuu Anime Characters’ Birthdays

There are quite a bunch of characters in Haikyuu, therefore it probably won’t be easy to remember their birthdays. I’ve decided not to go too deep into the series (some places could also be considered as spoilers), but if you’d like an explanation behind some of these birthdays, feel free to ask!

  • January 1st – Asahi Azumane
  • January 6th – Kiyoko Shimizu
  • January 10th – Ittetsu Takeda
  • January 14th – Tamahiko Teshiro
  • January 19th – Aoi Himekawa
  • January 23rd – Haruki Komi
  • January 25th – Rintaro Suna
  • January 27th – Takahiro Hanamaki
  • January 29th – Keisuke Unnan
  • February 3rd – Sachiro Hirugami
  • February 10th – Takehito Sasaya
  • February 14th – Hayato Yamagata
  • February 15th – Hisashi Kinoshita
  • February 17th – Ren Omimi
  • February 19th – Hayato Ikejiri
  • February 22nd – Taketora Yamamoto
  • February 27th – Go Akaizawa
  • March 1st – Issei Matsukawa
  • March 1st – Shigeru Yahaba
  • March 3rd – Ryunosuke Tanaka
  • March 8th – Akiteru Tsukishima
  • March 13th – Heisuke Riseki
  • March 13th – Akane Yamamoto
  • March 20th – Kiyoomi Sakusa
  • March 22nd – Kazuyoshi Bessho
  • March 25th – Akira Kunimi
  • April 3rd – Shinji Watari
  • April 3rd – Yudai Hyakuzawa
  • April 4th – Aran Ojiro
  • April 5th – Keishin Ukai
  • April 5th – Alisa Haiba
  • April 8th – Nobuyuki Kai
  • April 8th – Wakatsu Kiryu
  • April 12th – Michinari Akagi
  • April 12th – Motoki Teradomari
  • April 14th – Wataru Onaga
  • April 15th – Taichi Kawanishi
  • April 16th – Kazumasa Hanayama
  • April 16th – Korai Hoshiumi
  • April 18th – Yuji Terushima
  • May 4th – Kenjiro Shirabu
  • May 5th – Saeko Tanaka
  • May 17th – Nicolas Romero
  • May 20th – Satori Tendo
  • May 30th – Hana Misaki
  • June 6th – Yutaro Kindaichi
  • June 8th – Aikichi Suwa
  • June 10th – Hajime Iwaizumi
  • June 11th – Shunki Kawatabi
  • June 13th – Koshi Sugawara
  • June 21st – Hinata Shoyo
  • June 27th – Gao Hakuba
  • July 1st – Suguru Daisho
  • July 5th – Shinsuke Kita
  • July 9th – Kanji Koganegawa
  • July 20th – Toru Oikawa
  • July 30th – Motoya Komori
  • August 1st – Yui Michimiya
  • August 1st – Nozomu Mami
  • August 2nd – Yamato Sarukui
  • August 4th – Kazuma Numai
  • August 8th – Morisuke Yaku
  • August 13th – Wakatoshi Ushijima
  • August 13th – Takanobu Aone
  • August 17th – Kazuhito Narita
  • August 20th – Takeru Nakashima
  • August 21st – Hitoshi Ginjima
  • August 22nd – Tsutomu Goshiki
  • August 24th – Yoshiki Towada
  • August 29th – Tatsuki Washio
  • August 30th – Kosuke Sakunami
  • September 1st – Izuru Nozawa
  • September 4th – Hitoka Yachi
  • September 6th – Kaname Moniwa
  • September 9th – Naoyasu Kuguri
  • September 20th – Kotaro Bokuto
  • September 27th – Kei Tsukishima
  • September 29th – Shohei Fukunaga
  • September 30th – Akinori Konoha
  • October 5th – Atsumu Miya
  • October 5th – Osamu Miya
  • October 9th – Sakae Echigo
  • October 10th – Yu Nishinoya
  • October 18th – Noboru Akimiya
  • October 19th – Eikichi Chigaya
  • October 30th – Lev Haiba
  • October 30th – Reon Ohira
  • November 1st – So Inuoka
  • November 4th – Kazuki Maruyama
  • November 8th – Yasushi Kamasaki
  • November 10th – Tadashi Yamaguchi
  • November 11th – Eita Semi
  • November 17th – Tetsuro Kuroo
  • November 29th – Keiichiro Kanbayashi
  • December 16th – Yuki Shibayama
  • December 19th – Mika Yamaka
  • December 22nd – Tobio Kageyama
  • December 31st – Daichi Sawamura

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