English: You and Me 2
Synonyms: You and Me. Second Season, Kimi to Boku. 2nd Season
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 3, 2012 to Jun 26, 2012
Duration: 24 min. per episode
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or olderL represents licensing company
Score: 8.201 (scored by 11610 users)
1 indicates a weighted score
2 based on the top anime page.
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Jun 3, 2013
While watching the show it's like it struck a little cord in my heart with each scene. I actually teared up so many time watching this show just because of how simply beautiful and fitting it was. The show really doesn't progress or have some super turn of events and I think that makes it comfortable to watch. Just a lot of jokes and good times.
The art was just as good as it was in the first season. With the painted pictures of the most heartwarming scenes and the different cats that were placed to imitate the characters actions.
The sound, gosh! the music was just as beautiful as it was in the first season. And bravo to the voice actors, I absolutely adored the way Chizuru talked paired up with his actions. And Shun's voice is perfect too!
The characters really are a bundle of laughs and tears. I like how they all get along together. Seriously, after watching this you'll probably feel lonely after seeing how nice there friendships are.
Seriously, if you are watch Kimi to Boku 2 then you're probably aware of how amazing it is already considering you've watched the first season. read more
Apr 3, 2012
So most of yours question might be "What actually difference between Kimi to Boku and Kimi to boku 2".. Well, Il give u a straight answer-There isnt much of a difference..its Just the continuation of the 1st Season
People who are looking for action n adventure, this anime aint for you guys.. But i would gladly would recommend this Series to u since its one of the mesmorizing anime
Why do i like this series? Its because there are some animes that makes your day better...Feels ridiculous right? but its true.. This Series really makes your heart over whelmed with happiness at least it gives u a wide smile :D
Not much of a story in it..Its easy to understand,fun to watch etc.. Dont think this series to be a yaoi n it will never be.
In the series they show some of the character's childhood memories.. it have bits n pieces of romance.
Even though I hate most of the slow paced anime,this is one of the few rare gems where I love the slow pace.. its better in slow pace than the normal pace..
The ART is simple which fits perfectly with this series.. This art is filled good with examples of cats..Yes cats which makes u smile all the way.. These cats have traits of the characters-Shun, Yuuta, Yuuki, Chizuru and Kaname, and i always looks forward to more cat examples :D
Each character Feels like the main character and every one of them is funny in their own ways. The main concept in this is FRIENDSHIP. Here every character is unique.
What makes this anime is the Friendship between the 5 males.. Its really fun to watch how they teases each other or help each other. Their Bonds are irreplaceable
My enjoyment here is maximum.. i love the comedy stuffs.. its just like things from a student's daily life(well some of the students like me i guess)...
This anime is pretty good comedy+drama+slice of anime which truly deserves 7 and above rating.
Apr 28, 2012
When I have first came across with the first season of Kimi to Boku (or 'You and Me' as referred to some people), I thought that it wasn′t going to click, maybe it's because when I first saw it, that art doesn′t look so great; but I was totally wrong - the story captured me, even though it doesn′t have much of a plot, the story is refreshing and kind of makes you happy. I already knew that there′s a sequel to the first season, but even though I already know it, when Kimi to Boku ended, I was a bit sad. I was like - I don′t want to wait for too long !! *A*
I was really glad hours, days and weeks passed by so fast. I was strolling somewhere in an Anime Site, I saw 'Kimi to Boku 2'. What the HELL ?! I must download this, fast !! So as soon as I saw the 4 episodes currentlly released, I immediately downloaded them; I don′t wanna watch ONLINE, the buffer′s taking FOREVER to load >.> And that pisses me off.
Anyways, let′s get to the review:
- Kimi to Boku 2 or You and Me (2), hasn′t changed at all since the last time I saw it (when was it ?). The story still revolves around these 4 male childhood friends and the transfer student. In this time of the year, most of the new-released Anime′s doesn′t have a plot or storyline to follow through. But even though they don′t have plot, doesn′t mean it′s not worth the watch. If you are hesitating whether to watch a certain anime or not, try watching about 2 - 3 episodes first, if it doesn′t really climb up to your interest, then it′s up to you whether to continue watching or not. Slice of Life isn′t actually my taste, but if the story is like Kimi to Boku′s, then why not try and watch some episodes of it and see for yourself if you′ll like it or not.
Nonetheless, nothing has changed about the 'story' of Kimi to Boku. Still refreshing as ever XD
- I′m not really sure how to grade an Art, since I suck when it comes to Art, especially DRAWING. OH HELL NO. You can′t trust me to draw things for you, it′ll bea total DISASTER I tell you ;A;
What I like about Kimi to Boku′s art, it it′s 'simpleness'; for me, it′s not too flashy nor too dull. It′s in the MIDDLE. I really like simple arts, sometimes, when the prequel of an anime is finished, once the sequel is aired, you′ll sometimes notice a change in the art. Since Animators change >.> That sucks. But on Kimi to Boku, it′s 'usual look' is still the same as ever; not that I′m complaining or getting sick of it, rather, I really like it. I don′t like to criticize arts too much, because I′ not a professional my self. At first, you might draw really BAD,but once you get the hand of it, without realizing, you′re getting good as time pass by. And that′s how I feel about the art of Kimi to Boku.
- Kimi to Boku′s OP′s and ED′s are really suited to the Anime′s Theme; the songs are sort of ballad; they′re a bit slow at first, but after a minute or two, the beat′s getting faster. But the song and beat is really catchy. I quite like the OP, since it′s not too LOUD, if you know what I mean. No,seriously. Sometimes I wonder, in some Anime′s some of the songs are too CRAPPY. Like WHY ARE THEY CHOSEN AS AN OP/ED ? My ears are.. bleeding. /dies Kimi to Boku′s ED, is also like the opening, though the song is not getting fast after some time. I don′t quite like the Intro of the ED Song ;A; (Please don′t kill me !) But once it turns into the middle-like part, it′s getting good. I really like the ED Song, because even though the song is like a SAD Song, it still gives you a bit happiness while you think of some good things. (GOD I FEEL LIKE CRYING)
I always SKIP the OP′s and ED′s of an Anime, but if it′s pleasant to my ears, I sometimes listen to it, and while the OP/ED is playing, you have minute or two to do some things while listening to it; sometimes, that′s my purpose of listening to OP/ED′s even though my ears are bleeding while listening to them XD
- Each and every character that left you for a moth, they are still the same - The girly-type and quiet type Matsuoka Shun, the grumpy Tsukahara Kaname, the Twins, Asaba Yuta and Asaba Yuki and the carefree transfer student Tachibana Chizuru. They are still the same since the last time we saw them. Nothing has changed, and that′s why I like Kimi to Boku, a lot :) They didn′t change the personalities of the characters that I loved for who they are. LOL Some unfamiliar characters might be introduced in the upcoming episodes, so better stay tuned *_________*
- As far as you′re concerned, I′m really enjoying watching Kimi to Boku, it gives of a nice feeling and aura. Though the Comedy can only be considered as 'light' it′s still great. Witnessing the everyday life of these 5 Males, what more can you ask for ? (Ummm .. please give me a Popcorn or any snacks.) Since I have the feeling that Kimi to Boku 2′s ending won′t be that great and happy, I thought of not giving it a high score yet, some might think this is overrated even though only 4 episodes are out at the time. Nevertheless, I hope you′ll enjoy watching Kimi to Boku, as much as I am enjoying watching it. Just sit back and relax, let us witness the daily lives and daily activities of these 5 Highschool boys. read more
Jun 30, 2012
I liked this anime because of its simplicity. The story plot is uncomplicated and teenagers would definitely relate to the characters. It is pleasing to watch and it gives me the light and warm feeling of happiness. I don’t know but this anime makes me smile in each episode. The story is realistic and true. :)
The art may not be too good like the other anime, which may not interest the people but if you look at the story more, you’ll appreciate it. At first, it didn’t pick my interest but when I watched the first episode (season 1), it made me watch out for the next episodes.
This anime leaves a good impression to me and I must say that it is one of the best anime(w/ good story and could be watched by anyone) this season.
I hope that there would be a season 3!
i gave it an overall rating of 10 cause it gave me much pleasure and enjoyment. It may not be perfect when it comes to art or whatever, but it has good impact on me. read more
Jun 7, 2013
AND! If you're worried about yaoi or shonen ai, there's nothing in it. So if you're looking for something like that, this isn't the one.
But the bonds between them were just so perfect. So perfect that I wish I were one of them or at least I am a guy with such a bunch of friends.
I definitely, obviously love this. read more
Jul 7, 2012
This is a review for Kimi to Boku 2, but in a sense, it can be somewhat related to its prequel as well.
Story – 9.5/10. Alright, if you’re reading this review, I’ll assume that for the vast majority of you, you’ve already seen Kimi to Boku (the first season,) so I’ll just briefly go over it.
This anime has a very sweet, simple and tender storyline. It’s a slice-of-life show, so if you’re familiar with that genre, you would know what to expect. Each episode depicts a little bit more of the life of five high school boys over the years, and it etches the fine details into the plot, breathes life into the characters, and further completes the anime as a whole.
I personally gave the story such a high score not because it was extremely intricate, but rather because of its simplicity. There’s beauty in simple things, and I think Kimi to Boku shows that really well. Watchers can relate in some way or another to KB, and the message I get from this is that every moment is precious – even the little ones.
Art – 7.5 /10. I’m sorry if this sounds a bit redundant, but I’m going to have to say the art is simple as well. It’s simple, it’s clean and it suits the anime.
Sound – 9/10. I enjoyed the music throughout Kimi to Boku quite a bit. All of the opening and ending songs matched the atmosphere of the anime very well. The OP of the second season’s very warm and the ED is very nostalgic. Music played throughout doesn’t stand out a lot, but it does help enhance every scene. And of course, the voice actors did a great job.
Character – 9/10. So you have your five main characters: Kanamecchi, Yutan, Yukki, Shun-chan and Chizuru.
When I first started the anime, I just thought everybody was extremely monotone. However, as everything progresses and as the episodes pass, a bit more of the characters’ personalities are revealed. You get to see the way all of them interact with other characters and you learn them through their actions – you even get to see some glimpses of their pasts. And soon enough, you’ll be able to tell them apart by all of their distinguished character traits easily.
I believe the characters develop and grow a lot in this anime, which was something I really liked. There was a really big theme on love in this season, so it’s really interesting.
Naive Shun develops his standpoint on love.
Chizuru deals and comes to terms with a one-sided love. (Agh, my heart totally goes out to Chizuru. I felt so bad for him.)
Yuki, strangely enough, befriends a lunch lady.
Yutan is just Yutan. He’s probably my favourite character honestly, but I don’t think too much goes on with him in terms of love.
And you know Kanamecchi with his thing for older women, haha.
I’ll be honest, I’ve become incredibly attached to everyone and I feel like all watchers can. I was watching episode ten of Kimi to Boku 2 when I realized that they were third years. That actually made me a bit sad, haha. Like, I didn’t want them to graduate so soon! Why were they growing up so fast? I wanted to see more of them, you know?
Enjoyment – 10/10. I had tried reading the manga a while ago but gave up on it pretty early in. I’m not sure why I didn’t like it, but I decided to give the anime a try and enjoyed it immensely.
I know Kimi to Boku is a bit slow. It’s at a very easy and casual pace that just flows smoothly (almost lethargically.) I know that it was a lot slower than what I was used to, so I would always procrastinate watching it a bit, but whenever I did manage to force myself to watch an episode, I happily discovered how bittersweet, heartwarming and cute it was. I stopped thinking of it as slow and I looked forward to each episode which was, without a doubt, filled with emotions. I actually loved how they were able to get all of the raw and straightforward feelings across. Kimi to Boku always managed to tug on my heartstrings in some way or another, and I’ll definitely always remember this anime.
Overall – Each category is weighted differently for me, and of course, there are always miscellaneous factors. I consider Story to account for 25% of the overall ranking of animes, Art 10%, Sound 10%, Character 25%, and Enjoyment 30%.
[95 x 0.25] + [75 x 0.10] + [90 x 0.10] + [90 x 0.25] + [100 x 0.30] = 92.75%
And there you go: I finished Kimi to Boku  with a 9/10 on MAL’s scale.(:
Apr 3, 2012
Kimi to Boku. 2 continues Shun, Kanime, Yuta, Yuki, and Chizaru's life together as best friends. But this time I think they will focus on a bit more romance between the our main characters. Anyway everyone stays over Kanime 's place. Chizaru eats a lot. Lol. They reminiscent their younger days at Kindergarten. Throughout the season, we get to see more of Chizaru and Mary moments and how their relation develops. Good and bad. The friendship between all of them are even closer than ever. I wish them good luck in their future endeavors
The art style is the same as 1st season. The style of animation of the new opening song is very similar to 1st season one. Which I like. The new ending song focuses on the main 5 characters doing funny random face expression and other things : ) I very happy they kept the original OST from the 1st season.
Hope to see more episodes and I hope they will stay friends forever no matter what changes are ahead of them.
Nov 13, 2012
Well, then so i started watching it and i seriously enjoyed it. It was really classic, you have 5 teenage boys slowly learning about every day life. Falling in love, friendship, siblings. Personally, i loved the twins the most :3 It was really a classic slice of life anime, i recommend it to those who... well, want to watch a slow going anime. This anime takes your mind off stuff, at least it does for me. Though the gags in this anime isn't really that funny, it's funny for me though, it really is a good watch. Ahh~ now i feel like going to a Japanese high school~ Hahaha well, the characters in the anime also deserve an outstanding award, and the way that they used cats to somehow, more or less portray the characters is also something interesting. The art gives you a somehow fluffy feel, the storyline/plot is there, but basically its more or less revolving around the lives of 5 high school boys XD
Well, this slice of life anime honestly is great, i loved it, i'm sure others will too, no doubt. But well, enough said, i hope i have successfully managed to review on the greatness of this anime.Overall, it deserves a 10. But well, if you're more to the rough and not to girlish kinda anime, you shouldn't really watch this, this is slow paced and kind of how i like it to be.. i wish life was like this >__________> Heheh, well, finally, great anime and currently i'm trying to find a way to get my hands on the manga =3= read more
Jul 12, 2012
Personally I thought this was a great Continuation of the story, like others I went into the first season without any real high hopes, but I enjoyed it. It was Funny, Nice, Sad & easy to get hooked. The second season was Pretty much the same, though the difference I noticed was the fact that this one was more character related. It had episodes focused on Yuuki,Chizuru,Kaname & Shun. Each one with their own different kind of story & because of that you get a better in-depth view of the characters. Even though it gets personal with the characters stories & a lot more serious at the same time it keeps its humour. I'd Definitely recommend this to anyone who was contemplating watching it or enjoys the Animes which are about School & basically a Slice of Life. read more
Mar 30, 2013
Aug 6, 2012
The best thing about this anime is the fact that you can relate to it so well and that just makes it so much more enjoyable. Its the kind of anime you can watch anytime and it will always make you laugh. Another great thing is the way they mix the different emotions. One minute you may be sad and the next you'll be laughing.
This really is a anime for everyone but you'll especially love it if your in high school.
I also recommend that you start with Kimi to Boku because some jokes you'll only understand if you've watched from the beginning. read more
May 17, 2012
Kimi to Boku 2 is a continuance of the first season and has not changed in art style and feel. Sounds and art are an average 7 for me. -I was a bit disturbed with the amount of realistic (and sometimes creepy looking; http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lvgaf3wGXV1r4ep9vo1_500.png) cats. But as far as I've watched, I have grown accustomed to the feline imagery and enjoy some of their symbolic value. The simplicity in character design and the occasional watercolor illustration are a plus as well.
The main characters are a bit rigid. Don't get me wrong, the guys have their charms. -Maybe its because of the slice of life plot, but there isn't a lot that happens in this anime. There are very little expressions, reactions, and no desire for self improvement for the characters. Honestly, it can be a drag sometimes. -It compensates with the bond of friendship among the five though. From their small quarrels and light teasing, viewers can see the strong bond they have with one another.
Overall, I give this series a 7. Since it was only 13 episodes for the first season, I gave it a chance which left me seeing some potential for the second season. Hopefully, this anime progresses into something. I am not sure if I'm willing to go a third season and I'm definitely not willing to re-watch any of the episodes at this point. read more
Jun 28, 2012
But when I kept on continuing to force myself to finish, I really thought it was good.
It isn't my favorite anime, but it is still an anime that I liked :). I loved all the five main character with each their own personality.
Kaname is the serious type, Shun is the nice/kind type, Chizuru is the outgoing type and Yuki and Yuta are the lazy types.
Each character is something special and without these characters, I'm not sure if I would enjoy the story :).
I kept on watching more and more and I still enjoyed their everyday life. Chizuru always spice something up every single day which makes it interesting to watch xD.
Overall, it's still not my favorite character but I do still squeal over all these characters as a fan girl :). read more