DANCING COLORS by FURUKAWA tasuku

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Kou Hayami is Club Grand Blue’s top dancer with a scarred past, which puts him at a distance from his co-workers. His only drive to continue dancing was his promise to surpass his dead father. Everything in Kou’s world seemed black, and only in dancing can he see color. When newcomer Nagisa joins Grand Blue, Kou’s first words to him were “”You’re awful,”” making Nagisa dislike him. The two were complete opposites, which made it worse. That is until Nagisa sees Kou’s passionate dance and makes it his goal to surpass him.

CreatorFURUKAWA tasuku
Japanese Title
Japanese Title (Romaji)
Japanese PublisherShodensha
English Publisherfutekiya

Where to Buy/Read

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1 review for DANCING COLORS by FURUKAWA tasuku

  1. Nora

    I bought this volume 5 years ago solely because the cover was pretty and I finally got to read it in English x) The drama was handled well, conflict between the main characters carried the story and the movements of the dancers were pleasing to the eye. Pole dancing as the main focus is something I’m reading for the first time and it was certainly interesting.

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