Daisuke Higashida is a serious first-year student at Higashizaka High School. He lives a peaceful everyday life even though he is not satisfied with the family who doesn't laugh at all and makes him tired. However, his father's company goes bankrupt one day, and he can no longer afford allowances, cellphone bills, and commuter tickets. When his father orders him to take up a part-time job, Daisuke decides to work at a nearby family restaurant in order to avoid traveling 15 kilometers to school by bicycle.
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The intros for me to the anime world are Slam Dunk, Nichijou and Working.
This anime is just kinda of a rip-off of the "Working" franchise. But surprisingly, it turns out to be a not-so-bad idea. Since the original "Working" already had its only finale, it does make sense to start anew.
Like many other SOLs, this is not exactly a story-driven show. But instead, it focuses on the interactions and the chemistry between several characters, each with their own oddities.
As for the characters, Hana is my favourite. This is possibly due to her resemblance to Inami in Working. And also, her seiyuu sounds oddly attractive.
The show is aiming at the more lay-back type of the audiences, for its, to put to it mildly, lack of ambitions. But if you are just looking for some fun, it will definite be worth your time.
Would recommend it to anyone.
And also if you haven't watched "Working", you should.read more
I was so excited when I heard the news that they would be making another anime that was similar to Working! and I must say it's just as enjoyable to watch. It is almost quite literally the exact same show, they're in the same location (A different Wagnaria) but with new quirky and funny characters. It's like I'm re-watching one of my favorite shows all over, and I love it.
You can already see the potential love interests, a bunch of character specific interactions and many other funny side events taking place that will be running gags throughout the show. The art and music is on par with its spin-off counterpart, with it's catchy OP and ED. The story is basically identical, just a slice of life/comedy show taking place in a restaurant, maybe if we're lucky we'll get a nice conclusion like Working! did but for now anybody who liked Working! (or even those who didn't or haven't seen it) should absolutely check this anime out.read more
Coming from the well-received Working series, WWW.Working!! certainly lives up to and in some ways exceed its predecessor.
(Note: Written from 4/13 episodes, will be updated later)
Story: To be frank, there is nothing particularly remarkable about the story. The nature of the show is very much episodic and has multiple smaller stories in part of it that progress the relationships between characters. However, the comedic value is quite high and the presentation of these cute little snippets of the characters' lives is what made this show great.
Art: As expected of the studio, the character designs are well done and reflective of the characters themselves. The cute design and popping background designs befit the slice of life genre well.
Sound: I particularly enjoyed the OP song played with a light-hearted catchy tune which really reflects the show well. Furthermore, the voice acting is done well and the humor is very much amplified by this.
Characters: This is where the show truly shines. The characters are vibrant, enjoyable, and diverse in both appearance, personality, and problems. The show's use of the characters and their respective relationships to drive the slice of life story was something that made this anime worthy of a 9/10 ranking. In my opinion, the character design was even better than that of the original Working series.
In summary, WWW.Working!! is a great show for people interested in a character driven slice of life anime with great comedy and exploration of character relations. As a cute and lovable package of anime, it is well worth the watch.read more