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Kyou no Go no Ni

Kyou no Go no Ni

Alternative Titles

English: Today in Class 5-2
Synonyms: Kyo no Gononi, Kyou no 5 no 2
Japanese: 今日の5の2


Type: OVA
Episodes: 4
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Mar 24, 2006 to Mar 21, 2007
Producers: Shinkuukan
Duration: 29 min. per episode
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older
L represents licensing company


Score: 7.371 (scored by 11031 users)
Ranked: #19612
Popularity: #1438
Members: 19,929
Favorites: 32
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comedy ecchi romance school


Kyou no Go no Ni revolves around Sato Ryota, a 5th grader in an elementary school. He is a bright and active boy but always manages to get in to a bit of ecchi trouble with his female classmates.

Related Anime

Adaptation: Kyou no Go no Ni
Side story: Kyou no Go no Ni Kagai Jugyou: Mizukake
Alternative version: Kyou no Go no Ni (2008)

Characters & Voice Actors

Koizumi, Chika
Koizumi, Chika
Kadowaki, Mai
Kadowaki, Mai
Sato, Ryota
Sato, Ryota
Kuwashima, Houko
Kuwashima, Houko
Aihara, Kazumi
Aihara, Kazumi
Noto, Mamiko
Noto, Mamiko
Asano, Yuki
Asano, Yuki
Takahashi, Mikako
Takahashi, Mikako


Noto, Takashi
Nagasawa, Tsuyoshi
Director, Episode Director, Storyboard
Sokuza, Makoto
Takahashi, Mikako
Theme Song Performance

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Jan 15, 2009
Hold your breath...

7 / 10
For an anime so distinctly rooted in wrongness, I was surprised how subtle these attributes came across in Kyou no Go no Ni. Indeed, much of the humor carries many sexual undertones, but none of it came across in an offensive or intrusive manner; it was all played on the innocence and naïveté of the characters. Thus, when deciding whether or not to watch Kyou no Go no Ni, it's important to note that it's not really ecchi or overly perverted - it merely plays on embarrassing childhood situations and runs with the gags for a bit.

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Aug 25, 2007
Kyoh no go no ni (today in class 5-2) is not a very long anime. Its only a 4 episode OVA. Every episode is told in "1 day increments" meaning that every short skit consists of 1 period of classtime. Its a really unique idea that i found really cool but some of the stories i found to be inconsistant to the corresponding class period, probably because it was trying to tell a drama in the show somewhere.

The storyline i didnt care much about, but the joke execution i found to be really funny. I dont know but it has to be something read more
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May 21, 2008
As a 4 episode OVA, Kyou no Go no Ni, or Today in Class 5-2, provides large doses of adult humor from child characters in a fashion that will have most people rolling on the floor. Although it lacks much of a story, the high point of this series lies in it's flavor of comedy.

Story: 6
The story is told in an interesting way that mimics a school day, dividing an episode into five periods, each containing a short story in different classes or times. Similar to a standard day at school, not much happens, and the same can be said of the read more
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Jul 10, 2007
This anime hasn´t really a story except of a love story that pops up from time to time.
And in my opinion it is a bit too ecchi, the characters are only 11years old...
But it is an anime you can have lot fun with, so if you need just a bit humor and funny situations, Kyou no Go no Gi will perfectly fit that.
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Very similar animation style and humor , both have great characters
Both animes are school comedies. Neither of them are very complex, but both are very funny and good to watch if you just need some humor.
In both series, main character is gettin' punched xD
Both revolve around one main character who is often the subject of unwanted (or wanted) sexual attention. And both are funny in the same sense of the main character being put in embarrassing situations.
While watching Kyou no Go Ni got the same feeling as watching Seto no Hanayome, the endless, good comedy, and expressions the main character makes are hilarious. If you enjoyed one you should watch another one too. Won't be disapointed.
Mitsudomoe is also a comedy with elementary? school children.
Similar style of humor. They also share the unconnected part-by-part presentation (each episode has multiple parts, which don't flow with each other but exist individually, focusing on a different "joke").
Neither of them have serious plots, mainly about the comedy.

Opening Theme

"Baby Love" by Mai Kadowaki, Mamiko Noto & Mikako Takahashi

Ending Theme

#1: "Yakusoku" by by Mai Kadowaki, Mamiko Noto & Mikako Takahashi
#2: "Sakurairo Kaze" by Mai Kadowaki, Mamiko Noto & Mikako Takahashi

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