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Kitakubu Katsudou Kiroku


Alternative Titles

English: Chronicles of the Going Home Club
Japanese: 帰宅部活動記録

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 5, 2013 to Oct 11, 2013
Premiered: Summer 2013
Broadcast: Fridays at 02:43 (JST)
Licensors: NIS America, Inc.
Studios: Nomad
Source: Manga
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 6.811 (scored by 9,705 users)
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Ranked: #40372
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Popularity: #1610
Members: 28,805
Favorites: 74
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Episodes: /12

Synopsis

When a friend asks Natsuki what high school club she's going to join, she cheerfully responds "the go-home club" (meaning, she's not going to join any of them). However, she soon realizes that this club actually exists at her high school, and she's just expressed interest in joining it! Before she knows it, she ends up as one of the two new members of "the go-home club," which is a small group of eccentric school girls. One of the girls likes fighting bears, while another is ridiculously rich. But what exactly constitutes the activities of "the go-home club"?

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Characters & Voice Actors

Doumyouji, Sakura
Doumyouji, Sakura
Main
Kobayashi, Miharu
Japanese
Kobayashi, Miharu
Andou, Natsuki
Andou, Natsuki
Main
Kido, Ibuki
Japanese
Kido, Ibuki
Oohagi, Botan
Oohagi, Botan
Main
Aiuchi, Sae
Japanese
Aiuchi, Sae
Touno, Karin
Touno, Karin
Main
Yuina, Mizuki
Japanese
Yuina, Mizuki

Staff

Satou, Hikaru
Satou, Hikaru
Director, Storyboard
Tsuchiya, Masaki
Tsuchiya, Masaki
Sound Director
Zappa, Gou
Zappa, Gou
Script, Series Composition
Ichimichi, Mao
Ichimichi, Mao
Theme Song Performance


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"2 Gakki Debut Daisakusen!! (2学期デビュー大作戦!!)" by Otome Shinto

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#1: "Wakuwaku DAYS☆ (ワクワクDAYS☆)" by Natsuki Andou (Ibuki Kido) & Sakura Doumyouji (Miharu Kobayashi) (eps 1-3)
#2: "Hanabi (花火)" by Botan Oohagi (Sae Aiuchi) & Azarashi (M·A·O) (eps 4-7)
#3: "Kimi ni Tsuite Ieru Koto (キミについて言えること)" by Karin Touno (Mizuki Yuina) & Claire Kokonoe (Sayaka Senhongi) (eps 8-10)
#4: "Best Friend (ベスト·フレンド)" by Sakura Doumyouji (Miharu Kobayashi) & Botan Oohagi (Sae Aiuchi) & Claire Kokonoe (Sayaka Senhongi) (ep 11)
#5: "Wakuwaku DAYS☆ (ワクワクDAYS☆)" by Natsuki Andou (Ibuki Kido) & Karin Touno (Mizuki Yuina) & Sakura Doumyouji (Miharu Kobayashi) & Botan Oohagi (Sae Aiuchi) & Claire Kokonoe (Sayaka Senhongi) (ep 12)



More reviewsReviews

chicagopiano
Oct 11, 2013
Deconstruction of the comedy, school genre.

It never takes itself seriously, too many comedies ruin themselves by adding unnecessary drama. The art is quite a bit better than the manga. Sound is appropriate, they manage new OPs and EDs despite their budget.
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k0nata
Apr 23, 2014
Very nice and refreshing gag and parody anime. It has nothing to do with "cute girls & cute things" as some people think for unknown reason. The show heavily relays on breaking 4-th wall and abstract humor and it seems most of the anime watchers are not used for this and miss entire point of the series. The show is full of self-irony and mocks anime-industry quite a bit, and it feel kinda honest which I like.

People bash this show due to inability to understand content outside of typical school comedy/drama tropes. So, while I can't guarantee that you will like it, there are no read more
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timewizardphil
Aug 17, 2013
With markedly solid new offerings like Love Lab, Stella Jogakuin Koutou-ka C³-bu and Kiniro Mosaic, the Summer 2013 anime season has really been an excellent showcase of schoolgirl shows. With quality production and interesting hooks those anime all work to reaffirm how much fun the genre can be when done right. They also help to highlight the many failings of the peculiar Kitakubu Katsudou Kiroku, the one new schoolgirl series of the season I would not recommend.

Kitakubu Katsudou Kiroku is about five high school friends who are part of a club that doesn't really do anything--basically the same premise as Yuru Yuri or Yuyushiki. This read more
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ktulu007
Dec 25, 2013
Kitakubu Katsudou Kiroku is a comedic manga written by Kuroha and published by Square Enix. Thi year it was adapted into a twelve episode anime by Nomad, a studio that's only headed about a dozen productions, none of which I've seen. Let's take a look and see what this studio can do.

The series opens with High school student Andou Natsuki going in for the opening ceremony. Afterwards she checks out some of the club adverts, the strangest of which is someone flailing around in a seal costume. When asked what club she's going to join she responds by saying that she might read more
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