Minami-ke Okawari

TV (13 eps)
3.914 of 5 from 4,502 votes
Rank #1,018

It’s a new year, but little has changed for the Minami household. Chiaki has been given the job of nutritionist for her class's new hamster, and uses the same techniques to care for it that she learned while studying Kanna; Haruka is still suffering from the greatly-exaggerated rumors that she was once a mob boss back in her middle school; and Kanna is as hyperactive as ever, always forcing her friends into awkward situations (including cross-dressing, litter picking and forming an army)! But despite their troubles, the three sisters stick together and always manage to have fun!

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Sheex's avatar by Sheex on Jan 24, 2009
Score 7.3/10

In perfectly simplistic terms, Minami-ke Okawari is a direct sequel to Minami-ke; in more complicated terms, it is the exact same anime with a substantially warped facade. Much like Black Lagoon: The Second Barrage, there exists little permeable variation between the two seasons, as the events in the second flow seamlessly into those of the first. Yet, be that as it may, one key issue plays into... read more

mahius's avatar by mahius on Aug 13, 2015
Score 7/10

Minami-ke Okawari (means seconds) is the 13 episode direct sequel to a much enjoyed slice-of-life comedy. I was expecting more of the same, which isn’t a bad thing until they run out of ideas. But this sequel has a slightly different feel from the original. It felt watered down. The most obvious change is the animation, done by a different studio. Gone are the great visuals of the original. I never... read more

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