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Another update! Just scrolling through my "Want to Watch" list and found this little gem in there, and decided to get to the bottom of it! POTENTIAL SPOILERS SO BE WARNED Hiyokoi (ひよ恋) is a romantic comedy written by Moe Yukimaru. Now for everyone to know, this isn't NESSESSARILY an anime, these were specials released in a magazine (I think taking from what I read) , each about a minute and a half each, consisting of 3 "episodes" It was basically advertising for the manga, so don't get too disappointed! The story is about cute, tiny, and shy Hiyori Nishiyama, who returns to school after being hospitalized due to a car accident. Hiyori has a very obvious fear of strangers, and when she is attempting to make the first step, blunt Yuushin Hirose steps in, late, and abruptly makes fun of her as soon as he walks in. The later is just some cutsy events featuring him and her, it's innocent, it's cute, and above all it's completely cliche....WHICH IS NOT A BAD THING! Like I said, it was basically an advertisment for the manga, which I was disappointed to find out because hey, who doesn't love a little cute anime like that? That was my only complaint, the manga is very cute, and I recommend it completely! Thank you for reading, hope this helps, I will look into hopefully asking the admins about allowing me to flesh this page out a bit instead of it being so blank. Comments are always appreciated! Hope to hear your responses!
Hiyokoi (2012) is the Hiyokoi anime story on drugs! I get the feeling this loud and cheery series of specials would not make much sense if you haven't yet seen the original series, Hiyokoi, so I very much recommend seeing that OVA first before watching this updated version. The original is a super cute, super sweet little story... this one, not so much. The colors are brighter (almost becoming garish) the spritely soundtrack overdone with bounciness, the character designs are not as subtle, and the pacing is hyperactive and overly fast, causing the story to become disjointed and to lack coherence and meaning. This destroys any sense of plot or story development, and eliminates any chance to bond with any of these characters.