Teenager Hata Kosaku is crushed when his favorite singing idol, Kusakabe Yuka, stuns the world by retiring from show business. Kosaku’s friends try to cheer him up, but nothing can chase away his gloomy mood until Yuka herself transfers into his class at Tamo Agriculture School!
No-Rin is a decent comedy, with it's own rare flavour of comedy. I didn't think it would be anything different to any other ecchi/comedy shows, but it proved me wrong. Episode 8 was hilarious, probably one of the funniest anime episodes ever. I enjoyed the characters and find it impressive that the lead character can actually be interesting, even the classmates all had different personalities and quirks. If you're ever in the mood for something easy to watch, try this, or just skip to episode 8 and try to enjoy the craziness.
I loved this anime! First off, I selected it for the fan service and was slightly disappointed in the lack of direct visual fan service but it more than makes up for it in comedy and innuendo. Second, having been born and raised on a farm, I liked and related to the farm setting, especially the escaping bull. I empathized with the protagonist as he hated and resented the farm for taking away his family but he learned to love it. I also loved the unexpected humor. Some jokes are obvious but the 40-year old schoolteacher so desperate for a man she is offering herself to her students in a comical, not molestation manner, came as a very unusual and hilarious surprise. Also, the beach episode which wasn't a beach episode really points at just how different life can be on the farm. The love triangle situation has been done again and again but the ending of this one was definitely against the tropes. I binge-watched this show and I just don't do that. I often chuckle at humorous shows but I was straight up laughing out loud. I find it so refreshing to finally have an anime that focused on the farm.
Now when I first opened up the page to this piece, I really didn't have any idea of the show whatsoever. I only saw a meme of it before. When I watched the first epsiode (a day prior to this comment), I wasn't sure how it would work out, but in the end it did. Mildly spicy comedy, interesting story, and an overall lovable environment. I never thought that I would want to go to the countryside this much in my life, but it now sounds promising. I recommend this to people who like comedy, who like mild nudity which never tells more than it should, and is never out of palce. Censorship will not bother anyone on this. Go for it, grab your hoe, and watch this. (Pun intended) Also has a nice love story with an end that is so clear, yet unclear from the start. Bet you, your hoe will like it ;)
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