Chi is living happily with Youhei while his parents continue to try and keep her presence a secret from the landlady. So when a relative in Hokkaido offers to take her in, Youhei's parents decide that it would be best for Chi if she moved away. Now with just a month left with the young kitten, they are finding it difficult to say goodbye. Then, when they receive a phone call saying that Chi will be moving away sooner than expected, Youhei and his parents realize that they can't give her up. Deciding once and for all that Chi is part of their family Youhei's parents promptly find a new place to live - one that allows pets. As the family prepares to move into their new apartment, will Chi be able to adapt to her new surroundings?
Chi, on the Prowl.
Chi, Taken Away.
Chi, Runs Away.
Chi, A New Decision.
Chi, Getting Ready.
Chi, Imagines Things.
Chi, is Remembered.
Chi, Smells Things.
Chi, Goes Exploring.
Chi, Goes Climbing.
There is really not that much to say about Chi's Sweet Home: Atarashii Ouchi other than that it's heartwarming and innocent. This is an anime good for any age and purrfect for any cat lover. All of the characters are entertaining in their own unique way. It's wonderful how they showcase distinct cat breeds like the Scottish Fold, Alice. If you're looking for something extremely cute to pass the time, this is for you with each episode being less than 3 minutes a piece. The animation isn't spectular but it's bright and colorful when it needs to be. The opening song is catchy and the music matches the sweet playful kitties. One thing to be sure of, is that after 104 episodes of Chi, you will adore that little ball of fluff and wonder.
Chi's New Address is what I would turn too if I was feeling sad. You can not watch this anime and not get a smile on your face. It's incredibly adorable. Chi, who is the young and curious kitten protagonist, sounds and looks so cute. As a big cat-lover I couldn't pass this show up. Story: Each episode is less than 5 minutes, which fits the light hearted and simpleness of the show. It's a slow but fun show about the mischief a small kitten can get into. And that's it. They don't try to over complicate things or have a complex plot. It's just pure, adorable entertainment for five minutes. Cat caused trouble, family laughs at how adorable it is-- although this describes most episodes, I never find myself becoming bored with it. I look forward to each episode. The one thing that is not as enjoyable as the first season is now Chi's family lives in a new apartment where pets are allowed, so they no longer have to scramble to hide Chi from their landlady. This takes away some of the more funny scenes from the first season, although I'll admit it does open up more story-telling options as Chi can explore her surroundings. Characters Chi's family is cute, but generic. But that's fine as Chi is the star of the show! Also, with Chi's pet-friendly apartment, there is finally more opportunties to see a wider variety of animal characters, which was nice. Overall Although not quite as great as the first season, this show is a must see for all cat lovers. It's different from your regular anime, and in a good way. And being only 5 minutes per episode, it barely takes up your time at all. While I really only have good things to say about the show, I'll admit it's definitely not a 10/10 anime. However, for what it is, it's great. :3
Chi is just the cutest animé character ever! After seeing chi's sweet home, I got curious about Chi's New Address (Chi's Sweet Home: Atarashii Ouchi). I've watched all 104 episodes in 2.5 days and loved it. The family finally a keep Chi in their new appartment. I laughed when Chi ran back to their old house and the new owner came in. And I loved it every time Tama came to get Chi out of trouble. Fuji also is a hilarious cat in this series. One of the final episodes actually made me cry. I've seen both series and the OVA, and I can only say: Chi is the cutest animé ever!!! I wonder if they will make a season after New Address, since it's way to cute to stop this
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