Souta Tawara is a web designer working in Tokyo. When he visits his family's Udon place in his hometown Kagawa Prefecture, he discovers a young boy. Upon confronting the boy, Souta soon learns his secret and decides to quit his job in order to take care of the boy, Poko. The daily adventures of the two slowly enfold as Poco energetically navigates his way through Kagawa, the "Udon Kingdom," along with Souta.
It has been long since i wrote my last review...
I thought i wouldnt need to write another one but this anime just forced me too.
Let me get to the point , This is a simple Anime with no such special story or characters or art or plot or anything else . The only thing that great about this anime is its PURE AND CUTE SIDE .
this anime really is one to make you feel relaxed after a hectic and tiring day..
When life gives you a challenge , you will surely lose ( mostly speaking ) But to make your bad day into a good one this anime is here to make you smile.
When i first watched the trailer , i was least interested in it .. but then i was free and thought i should give it a try , the first episode was normal .. better than i had expected but what made me aww was after the second episode.
i will surely recommend to watch it . It will surely bring a smile to your face.
It a very simple pure and a kawaii anime dis.. :) read more
Udon No Kuni No Kiniro Kemari exceeded my expectations. Reminds me of Barakamon(that is one of my favorite animes).
The anime tells the story of a man who returns to the town where he was raised and, suddenly, find a cute and lost young boy, so he decides to stay in the city to take care of him. May sound a little silly, well, maybe it is, but that's what makes it so wonderful.
It's a simple anime, but also so great that gives you a great sensation while watching it. It warms your heart and brings you a cozy sensation. The episodes I've seen brought me calm. It doesn't seem to have a deep story, but every episode gives you an inexplicable happiness.
I've only watched 2 episodes till now and I feel like it won't let me down, but I can't antecipate myself. After watching some more episodes, I'll be back here to add more details.
The art style is great, simple, without exaggerations! The characters's design is also great(btw, I love the shark's tooths of Souta's best friend, Nakajima). The scenery is nice, it's not extraordinary(nothing that would make me give a lower rate to whis great anime)
The anime garanteed me good laughs, made me happy while watching every episode, and I'm looking foward to see the next spisodes, so I'll give a 10/10. If you like that kind of anime or if you're feeling sad/down, watch it and you'll see why I liked it so much! read more
This is squee bait. ^^` I love this short series already and I'm only at the end of Episode 4. It is SO CUTE!
(It's a super cute anime about being a parent to an adorable 1-2 year old boy who's secretly a Tanuki)
A web designer who just turned 30 returns to his old home out in the sticks because his father recently passed away. Unfortunately his mother has long since passed and so it falls to him and his sister to decide what to do with the house and the restaurant.
Basically he finds "Poko" in an old abandoned bread oven with a sack of flour and after he runs off and is later found outside of the closed family restaurant in the rain he decides to look after him and gradually becomes a father and reopens the restaurant.
Watch this is you liked Aishiteruze Baby★★ or Idaho Drop.read more
Udon no Kuni no Kiniro Kemari is a very simplistic and easy going anime with no real main story plot and focusing more on Poco and Souta's day to day life as he shows and teaches new things that he has never experienced before the character design and overall art style for this anime is great Poco is especially very cute and likable as is the other characters if you want an anime that you can just chill out and watch without having to remember lots of the storys plot then definitely check out Udon no Kuni no Kiniro Kemari