At a high school reunion, Mio Fukaya reunites with a classmate she has not seen in years—Takahide Kujou. She had always wanted to know more about the kind-hearted boy in high school, but once she realizes that Kujou has become a monk, she believes that any chance of getting to know him romantically is slim. Deciding to drink away her sorrows, she ends up walking home drunk, and surprisingly, running into Kujou who helps her get home.
However, once inside, Kujou's lust for Mio becomes apparent and the two share an erotic night of passion. As this steamy romance blossoms between these two unlikely lovers, Mio and Kujou will undoubtedly spend many nights together in utter ecstasy.
The anime will have three versions air: an all-ages broadcast version, a 15+ version that will air on AT-X, and an uncut 18+ version that will stream on ComicFesta Anime Zone.
The uncut 18+ version began streaming at night on Sunday, April 2 at 12:00 a.m. (effectively Monday morning). The series then premiered on Tokyo MX at night on Sunday at 1:00 a.m. (effectively Monday morning). The all-ages version premiered on AT-X on Monday, April 3 at 1:55 a.m. (effectively Tuesday morning), and the 15+ version will air on AT-X at the same time on April 4.
Okay, so let’s first discuss the elephant in the room – why does this dude look SO much like Saitama from One Punch Man? Why? Did the animators think that the face of a wildly popular character would in any way compensate for terrible writing (and I’m being very generous here), flat characters and a poor sound track?
Let me break down what this series is about, episode by episode, for those of you interested in this joke of an anime:
Ep 1: Girl meets classmate after a long time, only to realize he’s gone bald and has become a priest. He escorts her home (because it’s
late at night and that’s what a gentleman does, right?) but then doesn’t hesitate to molest her when he catches a glimpse of her underwear. His defense? “I am a man first, and a priest second”. Wow. What a terribly sexist statement. Is he implying all men are just waiting to molest and rape women at the slightest hint of…. well, anything? I would have gone so far as to say that he raped her (because obviously it was not consensual from the girl’s side), but they do not make it clear whether the two had sex or not. So I’ll stick to the term “molestation”
Ep 2: This is a chibi style episode that, for some reason, covers the various stages of Saitama’s hair growth and hair fall, and when he starts wearing a wig. And…….. that’s it. That’s the episode. So basically, this extremely stupid ass and impossibly dense woman is gushing over the childhood photos of a man who just molested her. Wow.
Ep 3: Saitama takes the girl to the shrine where he lives with his family and declares to his parents that she’s his fiancé. He later on tells her he did so because his parents were pressurizing him to get married, but he doesn’t explain to her why he didn’t fill her in on this big surprise on the way to the shrine. Oh, and his mother looks exactly the same age as his fiancé.
He then proceeds to sexually assault her, TWICE, despite which the dumbass girl decides to stick with him and run along with his plans, only because she has a crush on him. Too bad she has no self esteem, self respect and half a brain. Because otherwise the anime would have ended after episode one where she’d have called the police and have this pervert booked for molestation.
Ep 4: This was another chibi style episode and to be honest, I didn’t bother watching it because I know it wouldn’t add anything to the “plot” of the anime.
I don’t understand which part of this anime is romance, Josie or drama. The best that I can label it is ecchi. Anyway, what I’m really trying to say that if you are sexually frustrated, have desperately low standards and will watch about anything for sexual gratification (ie if you’re an ecchi fan), then this is definitely for you.
PS. The girl mutters to herself “Even though he's a priest, he has thick eyelashes”. Okay, so I’m confused. Is there any rulebook that states men with thick eyelashes cannot be priests? Or that priests with thick eyelashes are supposed to trim their lashes to look less thick? I mean….. What??