Asa & Natsume are both in love with Hajime Saisho. Instead of fighting over him, they both promised to share him equally. However, both girls have to leave him by the end of the summer. As the summer days go by, they each spend their precious time with Hajime, while the day of their fated departure draws near.
Sora no Iro, Mizu no Iro is a Hentai, Romance and another one of Tony Taka’s creations. So you can expect a decent set-up and excellent character designs, in this above average hentai.
There isn’t really much to the story, it is just about your typical teenage boy (Hajime Saisho) who’s a member of the school swim team. Well a new transfer student (Asa Mizushima) catches Hajime’s attention and he pursues her affection until she eventually falls in love with him. But that’s not all, as there’s another girl (Natsume Sorayama) who likes him. Sure with that you usually expect the girls to fight over him,
in a heated love triangle, but instead they decide to share him. Now I thought it was pretty senseless, the way the two of them came to the decision to share him, but it’s a hentai so it can be forgiven. So why is it so good? Well the answer to that question falls within the characters and animation.
Hajime is a pretty cool protagonist, seeing how he’s not a creep or a loser and I also realized that his name sounds rather interesting “Beginning” and “End” (not sure if the kanji meaning is different). Nevertheless it’s the girls who truly shine in this hentai and it is interesting seeing the differences they have and I’m not just talking about their different sizes. Though the characters do lack some development, especially Natsume, because we never know the reason why she liked him in the first place.
When it comes to the animation, it’s no surprise that I declare it as the strongest aspect, because not only do the characters look great but so do the summer themed environments. Not to forget that a lot of detail is put into the non-recycled sex scenes, which seem to dominate the series. Shame I can’t say the same positive things about the sounds and sure the seiyuus did do a great job on the main characters, the music is fairly unnoticeable until in gets to the insert songs.
Overall Sora no Iro, Mizu no Iro is certainly one hot hentai anime, a bit too hot for words in fact. There are a lot of similar school-based hentai out there but this stands out as one of the better ones. I just wished it was longer, to allow further development with the characters.
I'm gonna start by saying that I'm gay, but I watched this hentai because I was literally just curious about the plot. And what a great hentai this actually was! The only thing that I got off to was the main character, Hajime (Yet you don't actually completely see his naked body until halfway through episode 2, and for a high school sophomore... this sexy guy is ripped!).
This anime started off as an eroge visual novel in japan. Then, it was made into an anime. The soundtrack is great. The artwork is great. My favorite song is from episode
1 when Hajime rapes Asa in the locker room. This is the sweetest moment in the anime. Both Hajime and Asa have reached a point in their relationship to where they don't even need to ask for consent anymore. Rape does not exist anymore, this is the kind of relationship that I want in my life. This rape scene is so sweet and cute as Asa is screaming and squirting from all directions in every hole in her body. Getting pounded by Hajime as his big loads are sprayed all over the place like freshly whipped clotted cream. The song that plays in this scene is perfect. I even wrote it down, it's the kind of song that I want playing in the background when I lose my virginity.
The first episode starts off with a beautiful, sweet, and meaningful sex scene in the school's locker room next to the pool. Hajime is laying down on the ground while Asa is riding his smooth, sexy, tall, sweet, thick, juicy, hot and throbbing cock. The moans that she squeaks out are just enough to get me excited as Hajime sits up and starts to fuck her even more as he stares into your eyes. His sweet and luxurious eyes. With his sexy school clothes on. Throughout the entire anime, Hajime has sex with his clothes on, but in episode 2, there is a bath scene where he is completely naked.
It turns out that there is another girl that he has been fucking as well, Sora. She kind of looks like Nanako Dojima from, Persona 4 only a lot taller. Sora and Asa both love Hajime equally. Yet both of them are leaving in the summer. So... they both become Hajime's cumdumpsters. Constantly having sex anywhere and everywhere. Unprotected, yet no pregnancy or STD's.
Trust me, the ending will have you crying and shooting every load out of you as your cries and screams of joy are heard by your parents. The ending will have you throbbing and gasping at the mouth as you beg for more like a little bitch, Hajime's bitch. The last words spoken by the main heroin will make. You. Cry. It has the best ending that I have ever seen. Better than Persona 4 Golden, Madoka Magika, Final Fantasy X, Sonic Adventure, Tales of Symphonia, Xenoblade Chronicles, .hack//, Danganronpa, ANY OF THESE ENDINGS ARE ABSOLUTE FUCKING GARBAGE COMPARED TO THE ABSOLUTE FUCKING PERFECTION OF SORA NO IRO, MIZU NO IRO!!!!!!
YOU HAVE TO WATCH THIS ANIME, IT IS THE MOST ROMANTIC, SWEETEST, MYSTERIOUS, SEXIEST, SCARIEST, SMARTEST, AND MOST PERVERTED THING EVER!
The most important thing for any show, movie, cartoon, anime and hentai is the visuals. Many people seem to agree that the following pieces of entertainment I listed are defined as 50% Visuals and 50% Audio. And while I don't completely disagree of this from a legalistic standpoint, I do have to disagree from the standpoint of how we perceive information. Let me elaborate on my point, pick a episode any episode of anime and one time listen only to to the audio and then on the second viewing watch the episode with no audio. You will probably find that you were able to resonate
with the visual component more because their is more opportunity to find subtle things about it than it is with audio. That is exactly why art and animation play such an important role in hentai. And with that over philosophical intro aside... lets' get into today's review of: 'Sora no Iro, Mizu no Iro'.
The story in Sora no Iro, Mizu no Iro is actually quite multi-layered. It is very much a character focused story rather than a plot one. Episode 1 is really strong in terms of story development. It really focuses on selling Asa and Hajime's romance and proving much-needed context for the world, while also having incredible pacing sprinkling through out. I feel the only thing that really brings down the story is Natsume, well she is cute she ultimately serves no purpose besides making this a mini-harem, and she does not have time to have a well-developed arc like Asa and rather just serves as her rival. And because of this I do feel the story-telling aspect takes a dip in the second episode.
Art and Animation: 10/10.
I made a whole fucking introduction based on the importance of Visuals... that being said... does Sora no Iro, Mizu no Iro have good visuals? FUCKING... YES. It's a shame that the studio 'Nihikime no Dozeu' did not make too many hentai's. But nonetheless this hentai's art is superb especially for being as old as it is. The art is something that has aged particular well. And the animation is top-notch. Every scene feels like it has so much fluidity behind it. And the choreography is some of the best I have seen in all of hentai.
The sound is pretty good too. All the VAs get the job done properly and the bg music is fairly good too.
Again this section would be close to a 10 if it were not for Natsume. Asa was a 10/10 character for me in the first episode. She had a fucking amazing design and the way they protrude he tsundere aspects felt wayyyy more realistic. But Episode 2 does bring down her character for me since she loses some of the devolpment she had in the first episode.
Overall I really enjoyed Sora no Iro, Mizu no Iro. There was so much fucking eyecandy I thought I would die before finishing. The only downside is the story and characters in terms of the contextual point of view.
Overall, Sora no Iro, Mizu no Iro was great. If you just was a hentai with superb art and animation I can not recommend this enough. And even if you are hard boiled hentai reviewer like myself, there is still much enjoyment to be had with this series!