1st Bunny: This Is My Self-Proclaimed Big Sister Whose Smiles and Flashes are Boisterous
2nd Bunny: Grey Rabbit and Cinderella
3rd bunny: Spinning Dance Legend Duck Squad
4th Bunny: Cocoa-senpai’s Elegant Tea Party Tutorial
5th Bunny: I Saw Through Your Ordinary Springiness at First Bite
6th Bunny: Wooden Framework Town, Mission Complete
7th bunny: That Spoiled Girl, Like a Soap Bubble, Will Fleetingly Disappear
8th bunny: Sneaking Stalking Stalker Story
9th bunny: The Furball Suicide Attacks, and the Merciless Button is Launched
10th Bunny: Everyday Life Searching for E
11th Bunny: Stardust Mayim-Mayim
12th Bunny: The Treasure is Your Decisive Moment
Gochuumon wa Usagi Desu ka is basically everything right with the world. If you want some heartmelting adorable anime, this should be the obvious choice. I watched first season one year ago and I almost got diabetes. Well, recently I watched Kiniro Mosaic and it made me think that I perhaps got used to cuteness over the course of the year, so maybe second season of Gochuumon wouldn't work that well on me. But no. This anime is just total moefest, it grabs you by your heart and won't let go.Animation is really well done. Art in this anime is absolutely STUNNING. It's incredibly good looking anime. How about story? Well, no story for you, it's just adorable slice of life. But there was one thing all episodes had in common. The fact that I watched all of them grinning like an idiot.Characters are all great with wide range of personalities. There is not even one single bad character. And it's pretty hard to pick a favorite, but I think I liked Sharo and Chino the most. Voice acting is brilliant and makes for a good comedy scenes, if you listen carefully.And since I am sucker for good openings or endings, I gotta say - the opening is nothing too special, but the ending... Oh, the ending. ED of this anime has to be one of the cutest I've seen in MONTHS. Very catchy song and adorable animation.So, I guess you know my opinion about this one. I absolutely recommend this to anybody looking for some heartwarming diabetes inducing anime with no plot. Very relaxing experience!
About as standard a cute girl doing cute things show can be. If this is your genre, then this show is for you and if you are not then it isn't. I would go into more of what I think this show fails to achieve but at the end of the day this is a show made for relaxing and on that front the show succeeds (I did make it through all 24 episodes) its just that when there is nothing else being brought to the table, the comfy feeling can feel suffocating.
After an apparently successful 2014 season one, White Fox kept the ball rolling with “Is the Order a Rabbit?? Season 2” seeing the light of day a year later. No doubt this rabbit-themed slice of lyashikei has its fans and season 2 will not disappoint if you were happy with the format. So, expect more of the same. The story still focusses on our team of teenage baristas working in various rabbit-orientated cafes dotted around this small timber-framed Japanese town. The only adults in the story (discounting Tippy the rabbit) remain Chino’s father Takahiro Kafu and the local author Midori Aoyama. The only story aspect resembling plot-development is the introduction of Cocoa’s older sister Mocha, who turns up for a visit. Cocoa is keen to prove that she is the big sister now and can act responsibly. If you know her character then you know that will be hard. Other than this is it is all just more cute, cute, cute. They are teenage girls. They are pretty. They are mostly a bit ditzy. It’s an explosion in a kawaii-factory complete with maid uniforms. The seven core cuties will finally get the chance to go on a summer road-trip in season two with a trip up into the mountains to do some camping. Other than this nothing really memorable happens. It is the anime equivalent of a very comfy sofa. You settle in, it is undemanding, if you stop watching the sub-titles for five minutes it doesn’t matter – you haven’t missed anything essential. Despite key visual differences the girls’ characters remain too similar and indistinct. It all goes nowhere and barely scratches the surface of a potential coming-of-age drama. One long whale song with pretty bows on.
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