Ranked #4721

Tesagure! Bukatsumono

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Tesagure! Bukatsu-mono
Japanese: てさぐれ!部活もの

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 6, 2013 to Dec 29, 2013
Premiered: Fall 2013
Broadcast: Unknown
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: None found, add some
Source: Unknown
Duration: 11 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 6.611 (scored by 884 users)
Ranked: #47212
Popularity: #3520
Members: 4,875
Favorites: 20
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Synopsis

The CG anime centers around the extracurricular activities of students.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Takahashi, Aoi
Takahashi, Aoi
Main
Ogino, Karin
Japanese
Ogino, Karin
Suzuki, Yua
Suzuki, Yua
Main
Nishi, Asuka
Japanese
Nishi, Asuka
Satou, Hina
Satou, Hina
Main
Akesaka, Satomi
Japanese
Akesaka, Satomi
Tanaka, Koharu
Tanaka, Koharu
Main
Ohashi, Ayaka
Japanese
Ohashi, Ayaka

Staff

Ishidate, Koutarou
Ishidate, Koutarou
Director, Script, Series Composition
Akesaka, Satomi
Akesaka, Satomi
Theme Song Performance
Ohashi, Ayaka
Ohashi, Ayaka
Theme Song Performance
Nishi, Asuka
Nishi, Asuka
Theme Song Performance

More episodes Episodes(0/12)

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Opening Theme

"Stand Up!!!!" by Yua Suzuki (CV: Asuka Nishi), Hina Satou (CV: Satomi Akesaka), Aoi Takahashi (CV: Karin Ogino), and Koharu Tanaka (CV: Ayaka Ohashi)

Ending Theme

“12 kagetsu (12ヶ月)" by Yua Suzuki (CV: Asuka Nishi), Hina Satou (CV: Satomi Akesaka), Aoi Takahashi (CV: Karin Ogino), and Koharu Tanaka (CV: Ayaka Ohashi)



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chickenhoshi
Jan 12, 2014
"Oh no, another CG monstrosity that shames the essence of anime.", is more or less what I thought when came upon Tesagure! Bukatsumono. Why? I don't know, maybe the crude novelty of it all and the delicate standards being broken put me in shock. But from death came life and that's what this anime is.

Tesagure! Bukatsumono is a very meta piece. It shows you the cliches and tropes prevalent in many anime and manga while playing with new(新しい yes, you will hear this a lot) and interesting and lewd and gay and sometimes violent ways things like cute girls falling from the sky, or read more
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MochaCookies
Mar 13, 2014
It's a little surprising that one of the most meta and self aware shows in the anime industry could be one that isn't even conventionally animated. Tesagure! Bukatsumono is, at first glance, a horribly CG animated moe slice of life show, otaku-targeted, made simply for the sake of money. Never mind that it has surprisingly high sales for such a low budget production (its second season is currently outselling Kill la Kill); sales only indicate popularity, which never means much about quality anyway.

Or does it? If you look past the CG animation and watch through the first episode, you will discover right away that this read more
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A_Wizard
Aug 11, 2015
Once upon a time, if you had come up to me and said that a bunch of Japanese guys made an “anime” entirely using MikuMikuDance starring a bunch of popular female voice actresses pretending to be high school girls who are pretending to be in a non-existent after-school club but are really just doing comedy routines from Japanese variety shows and you told me that this was actually genuinely funny you would have elicited from me an incredulous guffaw followed, perhaps, by a slap on the shoulder and a hearty “come off it, mate.” But, no, Tesagure is that show and incredulous me would have read more
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Recommendations

Anime: gdgd Fairies
Same director, same no-budget MMD animation. Plenty of ad-lib, seiyuus telling bad jokes and going out of character. "I think this is a pretty weird thing to be recording at ten in the morning."

Tesagure Bukatsumono will probably come out as the stronger of the two, but Gdgd Fairies is likely the easier one to get in to as it has less metahumor, banter and bullying but more slapstick instead. The cruder visual style of Gdgd Fairies is also likely to be easier for a newcomer to accept. 
reportRecommended by Mengele
Anime: Aiura
If you liked how "fresh" and different the voice acting is in Aiura, you will LOVE Tesagure! Bukatsumono to bits. The latter is also more well-done in the comedy department. Tesagure! Bukatsumono is suited for more advanced anime watchers, due to trope references and Japanese puns and lingo. Comedic genre: Wit & wordplay, deadpan and non sequitor. 
reportRecommended by Red_Tuesday
Anime: Kitakubu Katsudou Kiroku
Both are about a group of girls in a club who do nothing except talk about all kinds of random stuff. Personally, I dislike both of these two anime, but if you liked one of them, you might like the other as well. 
reportRecommended by Khalan

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