3.156 out of 5 from 643 votes
Takaki, Yuuji, Tamaki, Komaki and the rest of the gang are back, and ready for more adventures. Yuuji is aroused - err, thrilled - to have a new maid robot named Ilfa in the house, and tries his best to take as many perverted videos of her chest and nether regions as possible; the girls take a trip to the beach, where more videotaping is attempted; and everyone works hard on getting the school’s festival planned and running. It’s all in a day’s work for this group of friends!
On its way to Kure Port, the Amanohara stops at an island to be repaired, giving some much needed rest and relaxation for Shintaro and the Raimu unit. The backdrop of a gorgeous festival is the perfect diversion for Momen, Asa and the rest of the girls; they use their womanly assets to their advantage time and time again in an attempt to finally get to their beloved teacher. But amidst the shared baths and nudity galore, trouble is brewing... for a sinister figure from the gang's past is soon to attack and disrupt their newfound vacation.
To Heart 2 OVA and the Raimuiro OVA are equally as vacuous and pointless, revolving almost solely around the perfect panty shot or variety of engorged breasts. Neither is terribly humorous or anything of substance. Only the addition of ten minutes of random action and plot distinguishes the Raimuiro OVA from To Heart 2 OVA.
Both anime are pointless additions to their respective series that take ecchi to a whole new level. Lime-iro Senkitan: Nankoku Yume Roman is more blantent with the ecchi and panty shots where the To Heart 2 ova tries to add ecchi and fails because the rest of the series didn't have it. If you liked one for some reason you probably would like the other.
Waking from a nightmare involving his beautiful female friends, Junpei only finds his day is about to get much, much worse. With the film club’s script finally being ready, the group travel to a cabin in the forest to make their movie. As he’s easily distracted from his scripted lines, Junpei is ordered to go meet Aya at the train station – but a freak thunderstorm forces the young couple to take shelter in an abandoned house. They’re soaking wet, and the only solution is to remove all of their clothing and wait for the rain to stop. Can Junpei keep his cool and his boxers on, especially as all the panty-clad Aya wants is to huddle closer to stay warm?
Both anime are pointless additions to their respective series that take ecchi to a whole new level and have a focus on video tapes. Ichigo 100% is more blantent with the ecchi and panty shots where the To Heart 2 ova tries to add ecchi and fails because the rest of the series didn't have it. If you liked one for some reason you probably would like the other.