It is about a 30 year old man named Souta who takes a leave from his job and goes back home to assist with family affairs of his father recently passing. He goes back home to encounter the memories he had of the past along with an Udon restaurant his father once ran. He encounters a child, which he gives the name Poco. The child, who is an actual shapeshifting tanuki, becomes quite important in Souta's life as their bond develops and strengthens, leaving the main character questioning some life choices he must face.
The storyline is adorably captivating. It was touching with a peaceful pace and gentle humor.
The anime is full of vibrant colors, crisp and catching to the eye. The look has a bright yet simpler feel to it which compliments the characters nicely.
The sound resonated perfectly with this type of anime. There were parts where the sound underlined the scenary beautifully and fitted the situation as needed.
The two main characters, which the anime focuses mostly on, were so compatible.The relationship between the two were just and adorable. Souto questions his guilty feelings toward his father and questions his life challenges. He is patient, kind and also very dedicated to Poco's needs. Poco is innocent and lively, bringing such adorableness to everyone's life. We meet several other characters and though they may not play as major of a role, they certainly aid to the support of the storyline and character development.
Poco's Udon World is a sweet and warmhearted slice of life watch.
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