The story revolves around a transfer student, Mamoru Amakawa. One day he received two love letters: one from Sakura Sumiyoi, daughter of the gang leader who owns the northern half of the city, and the other from Ageha Kurosaki, daughter of the Black Rose mafia leader who rules the southern half of the city. Unfortunately, these two fell in love with him and willing to do anything just to get his affection. How will he cope with these sticky situations?
A great vanilla hentai with a solid story, which can be a rarity. Despite being short (17 minutes per episode) the characters backgrounds are explained. It is not like a lot of hentai where girls seem to lust after the main character for little to no reason. Art and sound are a 10, both girls looked and sounded fantastic. Good characters, decent likeable MC, an Onee-san type and an Imouto-type. I really enjoyed this one, 9/10 overall.
Yomeiri Kousou! It can be said that it is another hentai from Ojou-sama. I will be honest, this was the work where I knew this term; looking online, he told me that it was "Daughters or Children of wealthy people".
In this case, we will talk about two Ojou-sama belonging to a family with mafia links. Because of this, they are feared by Japanese society and decide to move away from them for fear of being punished. However, they both feel sad and isolated, and just want to live a normal life and have friends to talk to. All this when Mamoru, an ordinary student, saves
each one of a personal "tragic" event; Because of this action, they fall in love with that boy.
What they do not know, is that they fell in love with the same boy. And what the boy does not know, is that they are both rivals and belong to the mafia.
A hentai whose animation is not spectacular, but is light and decent. No animation error is noticeable, not even when they approach the characters; so it is attractive. The story has a different development to the common hentai, where it shows a brief origin of the Ojou-sama and why they are in love with the protagonist. More what happens in the rest of the 2 episodes, we may get to sympathize with one of the 3 characters (Especially with the Ojou-sama).
The only problem is the fact that it is short-lived (17 minutes). However, it is based on a manga of only 8 chapters; so adding some filler would be risky. So also, personally, even if it is a hentai, I would have liked to have more development in the characters than the explicit moment that both receive.
Anyway, Yomeiri Kousou! It is a work that tells us the inclusion of these two girls, who for their links with the mafia can not relate to anyone. It is thanks to Mamoru, an ordinary person who sees these girls as normal, that they take the courage to act like women and try to live a normal life in a somewhat cold society like the Japanese. It is so much the love life that this trio has, that the protagonist decides that they are his sisters. So, personally, I would recommend seeing this hentai for those who want a bit more romantic history, with a touch of comedy and some stereotypes (That this last will always be the companion of this genre).