Farming Life in Another World

Alt title: Isekai Nonbiri Nouka

TV (12 eps)
3.931 out of 5 from 5,206 votes
Rank #1,332

After Hiraku dies of a serious illness, God brings him back to life, gives his health and youth back, and sends him to a fantasy world of his choice. In order to enjoy his second shot, God bestows upon him the almighty farming tool! Watch as Hiraku digs, chops, and ploughs in another world in this laidback farming fantasy!

Source: One Peace Books

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BlurredExistence
5

In Brief: AVOID this is you, like me, hate harem. More Detail: This anime starts out really strong, with an interesting premise, likable characters and a really cute mascot character (freakin' love Zabuton!). If only it stayed focused on those strengths. Unfortunately as we go on rather than focusing upon building up the villiage we instead are focused more on enlarging the MC's harem. At first it's not so bad, villagers join and the fact that they're all female is the big joke and doesn't bug so much as it's early on, there's just a handful of them, and we get details on what they bring to the village and see the expansion directly related to them. Unfortunately by the halfway point (episode 5 or 6) the harem element has completely taken over and the joke (if you find that sort of thing funny) has gone completely stale. The justification on why EVERY SINGLE addition is another woman just gets more and more ridiclous and shallow leading to me even rejecting the events that occur for they simply are just the means to introduce another girl to fawn over the MC. This show really underlines one of the main reasons i hate harem, it kills character development and growth. By the time you reach episode 7 there are so many characters in the village that you just don't get enough time to spend with any of them. Characters who were signiicant at the start have had their roles so reduced that they might as well be secondary characters (if not in some episodes simply background characters). The MC himself is the only one who we still get to spend any real time with but because the cast is so large this doesn't mean we get to see him develop his relationships, rather the relationships develop off screen and we just see the result of him now being the best of friends, as well as the object of their desires, with them all. To sum up: This show was funny, interesting and compelling in its first four episodes. Then the harem took over, and whilst some of the humour still lands from time to time, it's the elements that made the show an interesting and compelling watch that took the backseat as a result.

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