A beautiful nation, prospering since ancient times, Japan is now known as the Anime Kingdom. There are more than just humans living there; animes truly do exist in Japan. Past the Fairy Ring, to the world of fairies, live anime-chans. There's a Fairy Ring in your town, too. Here. And there. Even in Harajuku. Maybe even in the Ashigara mountains. By some chance, we'll open that door. And we might get to meet the anime-chans. This is the land where you get to meet anime-chans.
The series of shorts featuring super-deformed characters premiered with the Anime-chan ni Kaeru Kuni television variety program on Japan's Tokyo MX1 channel. A 3D CG anime project adapting Oso-teki Kinoko Gijinka Zukan (oso's Kinoko Personification Pictorial Book), a picture book that imagines mushroom varieties as girls, was announced under the title Mori no Yousei Kinoko no Musume (Forest Fairies: Mushroom Girls) for a 2017 premiere. The cast introduced the project and its characters on Anime-chan ni Kaeru Kuni in October.
Wow that was terrible.I swear this was made in like a 2006 WoW server or something. There were parts of the intro where you could see the end of their 3D rendered world. The draw distance in these renders is only a few feet from where they placed the camera. This was some of the worse 3D animation I have ever seen, and I've seen Food Fight. The intro music was okay. The voice actors sounded like they definitely recorded from home with no pop filters on their microphones. All in all this was the worst thing I've ever seen on Crunchyroll.
I have watched episodes 6, 7 and 8. I am writing this review because i feel that this anime doesn't deserve to be rated 1/10.
This anime is targeted at pre-school kids. As proof, go and watch episode 7. Imagine watching Teletubbies and rating it 1/10, that is similar to what you guys are doing.
The story, art, sound, character are all fairly good when considering the intended target audience. I'm giving a 7 for enjoyment due to the occasional comedy and also that this anime is done much better than an average anime radio show.
While i try to point out the good qualities of this anime
and argue that this anime should be rated higher, i definitely agree that this anime is not for most of us. I suggest that only those who listens to anime radio to give this a try. And please don't expect too much.
What's the story? Three fairies in the forest—no, in the anime kingdom? They peek up in the human world, and play together. Only that. Forgettable.
I usually can tolerate CGI animations, but this show failed so bad. I mean, the characters were too bright! In Episode 2, when they play that gesture game, they were so bright that nobody could see what are they doing. And almost all of the time, this anime only display the background and not the character. Their gestures were odd too.
For the character design, its good, but the animation ruined it.
voices are terrible. It's like the voices were recorded on a webcam. And I usually can't tell which is Musria—or whatever her name is, and the other characters voice.
Forgettable. I only remember one character which is Musria or something, because her name is weird. They don't have any personality. They don't have anything that makes them stand out. It's like, the characters were bland. They were introduced by the narrator, but their introduction are so weird, so I can't remember anything about them.