When Haruma Kawagoe was a boy his mother had a miscarriage; and to make up for it, Haruma asked Santa for a little sister at Christmas. Now, years later, Haruma is a college student living away from home. His slumber is disturbed one night by the faint sound of… Santa on a flying motorcycle?! She has come to deliver a present that has taken many years to make: a little sister of his own, a little girl he names Choco. The two of them begin to live together but Choco has a lot to learn, and all of her life skills must come from what her brother tells her and her instruction manual. Choco's life is her brother, but as time goes by she gradually learns to become her own person.
It's nearly impossible to be an anime fan and avoid lolicon, as the medium as a whole is obsessed with youth sexuality. Though I've seen Kyou no Go no Ni and Kanamemo, I felt it was high time to try out the lurid and colorful world of more directly pandering shows, and so fired up ... read more
One getting started to watch this show better know what he’s in for. To its core, Chocotto Sister is about the simple daily lives of the residents of an apartment building, mostly focusing on that of the relationship between two siblings. The thing is, the show throws in lots of ecchi and in many parts oversexualizes the naked body of little girls. I mean, seriously, the story begins with the lead boy... read more