When Kousaku's mother died, she entrusted his care to a man from Tokyo, Ibari Oozora. And so, Kousaku boarded a train and travelled to the city, where he discovered that Mr Oozora was more than just a man – he's the head of a yakuza group! And as if living in the care of a gangster isn't enough of a shock, the boy then meets his new siblings: three girls, and one exceptionally lovely lady that he instantly falls for. There's just one problem – 'she' is actually a 'he' who poses as a girl both at home, and at his new school! Now, Kousaku must come to terms with his new family situation and figure out how handle his challenging relationship with his new 'sister'!
I have only watched 5 episodes... for reasons im not going to admit to outloud. I want to watch the rest, but... (well... you may find yourself in my situation and understand what im talking about). This anime is old as of this review... but its good. I think its very good for its time too. Being that it doesnt even have enough ratings to give an average yet, I wanted to give a little extra info. This isnt... read more
Probably the first anime to openly have a transgender character which is RARE in anime. Hibari litterally wants everyone to see her as a girl the entire time even though practically her entire family including the guy she like are blinded by cultural bigotry and expectations and constantly belittle her for being true to herself. For anyone else who is transgender as well it will take you back to the days of... read more