Minato Narumiya used to be passionate about kyudo, the Japanese martial arts archery discipline. That is until an incident caused him to abandon the sport altogether. But when his first year of high school begins, he finds himself gravitating towards kyudo once again. Inspired by external influences, Minato picks up his bow once again. Now, Minato and his friends in the Kazemai Kyudo Club take aim for first place in the prefecture tournament.
The spirit of kyudo burned within Minato until it was snuffed out. The first year of high school offers him a second chance with the kyudo club, but the past holds him back.
10,000 bow shots is the stranger’s goal. The question: Why? The answer: Why not. While serendipity sparks Minato’s curiosity, Tomi aims to enter the club in a tournament.
Minato rediscovers his lost passion. He joins the kyudo club, and just in time since the other new members dropped out. But Kaito refuses to accept him as part of the team.
Masa becomes the kyudo club’s new coach and,apparently, Minato isn’t the only one whose acquainted with him. What does Tomi mean by kyudo being a team sport?
The boys of the kyudo club want to practice, but Masa has them doing chores instead. What does this have to do with learning how to shoot?
The upcoming midterms mean that all club activities are suspended for one week. Meanwhile, at another school, a different kyudo team prepares for the preliminary tournament.
The preliminaries have begun, and Kazemai High School’s debut match draws closer. Although on different teams, Shu and Minato have met before. What will their reunion be like?
It’s time for Kazemai to face Kirisaki on the archery range. Will Kazemai prove themselves to their rivals, or will the entire team choke on the field?
Mistakes were made, and lessons were learned. The kyudo club steadily improves, slowly but surely. To prepare for the upcoming tournament, they plan an outing for review.
Something is wrong. Seiya never showed up for school, the latest sign of his degrading demeanor. Can Minato help his friend, or are they not as close as he thought?
There are many reasons why a coach like Masa would pass down his skills to the next generation. Minato just never imagined that revenge would be one of them.
Unexpected tragedy struck the kyudo club just before the competition. Now, the team must rally together and recover their morale. How will this affect their performance?
Their perseverance paid off, and Kazemai has made it to the finals. All they need to do to win is trust both themselves and each other.