Kono Oto Tomare! – Sounds of Life Season 2

Kono Oto Tomare! 2nd Season

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The Tokise High School Koto Club has courageously pushed through their fractured and unsynchronized performance at the Kanto Region Traditional Japanese Music Festival. Clubmembers Chika Kudou, Satowa Houzuki, Takezou Kurata, Hiro Kurusu, Kouta Mizuhara, Saneyasu Adachi, and Michitaka Sakai are devastated to learn the negative results of their performance, leaving them crushed. Nonetheless, the group recognizes their potential and enthusiastically agree to collectively sharpen their skills, improve their flaws, and develop higher caliber playing to succeed in the upcoming national qualifiers in winter. With the help of their now willing club advisor Suzuka Takinami, the group's goal gradually becomes achievable as they begin to grasp the foundations of good music and refine their koto-playing abilities, with the suggestion of performing more often to gain what they lack most—experience. However, as their journey to nationals is underway, the koto club members face challenges that obstruct their focus and progress. Not only does the threat of other powerhouse schools and musicians remain, but the high school issues of budding romance and soon-to-be-graduating seniors also begin to push the limits of the determined group of teenagers and the future of the koto club.

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English: Kono Oto Tomare!: Sounds of Life Season 2
Japanese: この音とまれ!
Type: TV
Episodes: 13
Status: Currently Airing
Aired: Oct 6, 2019 to Dec 29, 2019
Premiered: Fall 2019
Broadcast: Sundays at 01:00 (JST)
Producers: Shueisha
Studios: Platinum Vision
Source: Manga
Genres: Music, Drama, Romance, School, Shounen
Duration: 23 min per ep
Rating: None
Resolution: 480p, 720p
Type: Dual Audio, Eng Sub


Mizuno Ryouma – Director
Hajime Takakuwa – Sound Director
Ayumu Hisao – Script
Shouta Aoi – Theme Song Performance
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Theme Songs

OP1: “Harmony” by Shouta Aoi
ED1: “Rainbow” by Yuuma Uchida



We will never stop our sound


Always touching, with a showing of deep emotion from the characters. Great music, and details that characters themselves pick up on.



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