Hinowa Tomari, a completely ordinary high school boy, is summoned by his homeroom teacher one day and informed that he's been selected to become the wife of a mysterious creature called Kanenogi. Despite their uncertainty, the new couple registers their marriage... and starts a surprisingly happy new life together?! And thus the sugary-sweet married life of the soft, fluffy Jingai-san and the ordinary high school boy begins!
Jingai-san no Yome
We Got Married
Classmate and Wife
Transfer Student and Wife
Falling, Day by Day
Our First Summer Vacation
Flu and Wife
Everyone's White Day
Feelings, Forever, Together
Jingai-san no Yome is the perfect anime for when you want to show your friend a quick WTF show to make you both question your existence. It's premise is absolutely crazy, but everyone in the show plays it straight and seems to think that marrying off teenage boys as wives for monsters is completely normal. No attempt is made to explain it, nor does it need one since that would ruin the fun of it. The episodes are pretty short, which is a blessing since after each one I was so brain dead that I could only watch in a distant haze as the crunchyroll autoplayer moved on to the next one. The production also reflects the nature of the show--seemingly average with a few moments of pure wackness mixed in. Sometimes characters would make such a strange, janky movement that I legitimately couldn't tell what had just happened. Sometimes things would be shown in the background that have no logical explanation, like trees growing leaves in seconds, or something in someone's house that Really Shouldn't Be There. The characters are incomprehensible; the degree to which they were okay with being the wives of monsters was confusing to say the least. Not gonna lie though, most of the couples had some cute moments that were nice. Jingai-san no Yome is the kind of thing that can only exist in anime/manga. Is it furry? Is it BL? Is it illegal? Probably, and that's what makes it special.
This is an anime with quirky loveable characters. The ability to like/love someone for their uniqueness rather then just their looks. The concept of the male being the wife is almost a BL anime line. The episodes are short, but entertaining.
Just. Why. Finished all 12 episodes (considering they're only 3 minutes each, it was a fast experience) around midnight with a friend over the phone, and God was this a nightmare. The only way you'd enjoy watching this anime is if you were into making yourself suffer and you like questioning your own existence. The whole concept is just so weird and appaling. Is this somehow the writer's secret fantasy? Is the writer a furry? I don't know but I'm gonna start having nightmares I think.
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