the seihos

KnB Birthdays

The bolded names are more important characters. I decided to leave out Josei and Nakamiya South because of the little playing time that they had, but other than that, pretty much every character is included! 


January
2 - Takeda Kenji (Seirin’s club adviser)
3
- Araki Masako (Yosen’s couch)
12 - Hanamiya Makoto (Kirisaki Daiichi)
29 - Ishida Hideki (Fukuda Sogou)
31 - Kuroko Tetsuya (Seirin)

February
5 - Aida Riko (Seirin)
6 - Aida Kagetora (Seirin trainer/Riko’s dad)
13 - Moriyama Yoshitaka (Kaijo)

March
1 Mayuzumi Chihiro (Rakuzan)
3 - Takeuchi Genta (Kaijo’s coach)
5 - Tsugawa Tomoki (Seiho)
16 - Mochizuki Kazuhiro (Fukuda Sogou)

April
16 - Wakamatsu Kousuke (Touou)
20 - Otsubo Taisuke (Shutoku)
26 - Fukuda Hiroshi (Seirin)
26 - Matsumoto Itsuki (Kirisaki Daiichi)
30 - Nebuya Eikichi (Rakuzan)

May
1 - Tsuchida Satoshi (Seirin)
4 - Momoi Satsuki (Touou)
9 - Nakamura Shinya (Kaijo)
16 - Hyuuga Junpei (Seirin)
18 - Kawahara Koichi (Seirin)
23 - Fukui Kensuke (Yosen)
30 - Sakamoto Kenjiro (Seiho)

June
3 - Imayoshi Shoichi (Touou)
3 - Nakatani Maasaki (Shutoku’s coach)
6 - Papa Mbaye Siki (Shinkyou)
10 - Kiyoshi Teppei (Seirin)
15 - Susa Yoshinori (Touou)
18 - Kise Ryouta (Kaijo)
30 - Furuhashi Kojirou (Kirisaki Daiichi)

July
3 - Hara Kazuya (Kirisaki Daiichi)
7
- Midorima Shintarou (Shutoku)
10 - Nijimura Shuuzo (Teiko)
19 - Liu Wei (Yosen)
25 - Hayama Kotarou (Rakuzan)
29 - Kasamatsu Yukio (Kaijo)

August
2 - Kagami Taiga (Seirin)
4 - Yamazaki Hiroshi (Kirisaki Daiichi)
6 - Kimura Shinsuke (Shutoku)
8 - Alexandra Garcia (Seirin trainer/Kagami mentor)
18 - Hayakawa Mitsuhiro (Kaijo)
31 - Aomine Daiki (Touou)

September
1 - Okamura Kenichi (Yosen)
9 - Sakurai Ryou (Touou)
11 - Koganei Shinji (Seirin)
23 - Mibuchi Reo (Rakuzan)

October
2 - Kobori Kouji (Kaijo)
9 - Murasakibara Atsushi (Yosen)
23 - Izuki Shun (Seirin)
30 - Himuro Tatsuya (Yosen)
31 - Iwamura Tsutomu (Seiho)

November
2 - Haizaki Shougo (Fukuda Sogou)
2 - Seto Kentarou (Kirisaki Daiichi)
5 - Omuro Yoshikasu (Seiho)
8 - Furihata Kouki (Seirin)
11 - Miyaji Kiyoshi (Shutoku)
21 - Takao Kazunari (Shutoku)
21 - Kasuga Ryuuhei (Seiho)
22 - Harasawa Katsunori (Touou’s coach)

December
3 - Mitobe Rinnosuke (Seirin)
20 - Akashi Seijuro (Rakuzan)


Please tell me if I missed anyone or if I made a mistake! A special thanks to mikkinano for helping me with Seiho and Fukuda Sogou. 

Glannithro/Sportarobbie playlists I made

Okay so apparently, 8tracks won’t let you listen to music anymore without PAYING for it, …so I’ve made some playlists on youtube that I’ve decided to share in case any of your wanted to listen to them or something. Each playlist is a little under 40 minutes long with both consisting of 11 songs,  and I tried to order the songs in both of them in a way that it seemed like they were telling a story (not sure how well I managed that tho) 

The Glannithro playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2h7sbSRZnrT00zfMBWqBGEXhs3fRqkMm 

Songs

1. “Nothing to you” -Two Gallants

2. “Nemeses” -Jonathan Coulton 

3. “Misery” -Maroon 5

4. “Spring again” -River Jetty 

5. “Introduce facts for the sake of fiction” -PlayRadioPlay! 

6. “Romance is boring” -Los Campesinos! 

7. “All your reasons” -Matchbox Twenty 

8. “Whenever we finish” -Two Hours Traffic 

9. “Love you for a day (hate you for a week)” -the Pigeon Detectives 

10. “Broken cash machine” -Modern Baseball 

11. “Change your mind” -We are Telephone 

The Sportarobbie playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2h7sbSRZnrRiDmy7D_xqluRDni9vOvG2

Songs

1. “Haven’t had enough” -Marianas Trench 

2. “Snow White” -Jaymay 

3. “Sleepwalker” -the Wallflowers 

4. “Overjoyed” -Matchbox Twenty 

5. “Tightrope” -Peridot 

6. “Accidentally in love” -Counting Crows 

7. “Shot out of a canon” -Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness 

8. “Dissolve” -Jonathan Coulton 

9. “Where did the love go?” -the Seihos 

10. “Excuse me” -Salvador Sobral 

11. “Clarity” -Leftover Cuties 

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I BET YOU THOUGHT I WAS DONE WITH THIS SERIES WELL GUESS WHAT I did too so we were both wrong *dances*. Almost all of the teams in KnB have meanings behind their names: Seiho’s teammates all have names related to castles in Japan! 

I did not add this in the photoset but Coach Matsumoto’s name comes from Matsumoto Castle located in Nagano. 

Other teams are listed here:

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Takeuchi Seihō (1864–1942, Japan)

Landscapes

Takeuchi Seihō was the pseudonym of a Japanese painter, active from the Meiji through the early Shōwa period. One of the founders of Nihonga (a school of painting aiming to counter-balance what it saw as excessive Western influence in Japanese art), his works spanned half a century and he was regarded as master of the prewar Kyoto circle of painters.