Japanese title ニセキュー!!
translation title Nisekyū!!
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Volume The Struggles of the Weak-Willed
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"Nisekyū!!" (Japanese: ニセキュー!! Nisekyū!!) is a crossover collaboration between Haruichi Furudate's Haikyū!! and Naoshi Komi's Nisekoi series. It was published in the 6th-7th double issue of Weekly Shōnen Jump’s 2012 series. It was then included in Haikyū!!'s 14th volume.


Nisekoi "False Love" (Japanese: ニセコイ Nisekoi) is a romance comedy manga written and illustrated by Naoshi Komi.


Tanaka, Nishinoya, Hinata, and Kageyama get involved in a beach volleyball tournament with the five Nisekoi characters.

Plot Edit

Tanaka, Nishinoya, Hinata, and Kageyama are running along the road when Hinata spots a volleyball beach tournament nearby. Tanaka initially refuses to do it in case Daichi finds out, but becomes convinced when he sees the number of girls there.

This team becomes matched up against a team consisting of Raku, Chitoge, Onodera, Tsugumi, and Tachibana. Nishinoya and Tanaka are immediately jealous of Raku, who's surrounded by girls. On the other hand, Hinata's more concerned with playing against girls and tries to play softly.

To everyone's surprise, they attack back strongly, forcing Hinata several feet backwards. Tanaka and Nishinoya compete directly against Raku, but bond after realizing that he had trouble getting to know the girls initially. While the three are distracted, the match has ended the others already headed to a restaurant.

Appearances Edit

Chapter notes Edit

Character revelations Edit

  • Before now, Kageyama had never played beach volleyball before.
  • Nishinoya knows how to spike.

Trivia Edit

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