Following their participation at the Inter-High, the Karasuno High School volleyball team attempts to refocus their efforts, aiming to conquer the Spring tournament instead. When they receive an invitation from long-standing rival Nekoma High, Karasuno agrees to take part in a large training camp alongside many notable volleyball teams in Tokyo and even some national level players. By playing with some of the toughest teams in Japan, they hope not only to sharpen their skills, but also come up with new attacks that would strengthen them. Moreover, Hinata and Kageyama attempt to devise a more powerful weapon, one that could possibly break the sturdiest of blocks. Facing what may be their last chance at victory before the senior players graduate, the members of Karasuno’s volleyball team must learn to settle their differences and train harder than ever if they hope to overcome formidable opponents old and new—including their archrival Aoba Jousai and its world-class setter Tooru Oikawa. – My Anime List
Based on 5 review scores:
Dazz’s Anime Stop
This season of Haikyuu! is recommended to fans of the first season, along with fans of sports anime in general. If you haven’t started Haikyuu! yet, I have to say that you may be missing out on an amazing anime series that may just become one of your new favorites.
The story is the typical “Let’s make it to the top!” type thing, but this point is developed really well. They really are just a bunch of guys who fell in love with a sport and would do anything to improve and become better.
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Extremely exciting to watch. I get goosebumps on every game and I almost cry with the flashbacks. The animation studio is godlike and each movement flows like magic on the screen. Haikyuu!! is also funny and is full of “chill out” moments that make us smile. The background stories, the side characters talking on the bench, everything is just amazing to watch. One of the best shows ever, it never gets boring.
The Nihon Review
If you enjoyed the first season of Haikyuu!!, the second season is well worth a watch. It feels a little more drawn out and some Karasuno players don’t get as much attention as I would have liked, but it’s still an incredibly fun and well executed sports series that once again left me eagerly awaiting the next episode.