When Natsuno Hanabi went back to her hometown to study in high school, she thought that she will have a new wonderful life. But Tachibanakan, the dormitory she was going to live in, was not what she expected.
When I first came in touch with anime, I thought gags like boob-grabs where the funniest things ever; I loved this new world I had discovered. Now it's a ghost town.
Tachibanakan Triangle is an anime about some girl, who lives alongside a bunch of horny lesbo cliché's in a dormitory or asylum, I guess. You got your alcohol boobs, autism, ADHD along with your normie protagonist together in one building. And no—don't you fucking dare to expect something like Sakurasou, FYI.
But why even bother depicting this anime. This fat-ass 1/10 already says enough. So why haven't I dropped it? It's quite simple actually—this shit
is merely three minutes long. And I don't mind it as much as that pathetic ass-work 'Omiai Aite wa Oshiego... (plus some more words I can't read)'.
People have been telling I should have been easy on that show since it was a hentai. But even as a hentai it fucking sucked—how am I supposed to fap IN THREE MINUTES? No wonder so many people in the anime community are virgins.
Anyways, the length of this throw-away show—that deserves the same faith as the bear villain in Toy Story 3—doesn't bother me, as I only have to suffer for three minutes. The same thing I told myself today when I went to the dentist to get my tooth filled.
Or maybe I'm just watching this to lower my mean score on MAL so that people will take me more seriously—I don't usually go out of my way to watch bad shows.
So why does this exist? Why would something like this get an anime adaptation? You may be thinking stuff like, 'It's only three minutes, so it doesn't have much of an impact,' or, 'Shows like Boku No Pico Academia and Darling in the Francisco Franco overshadow it, anyhow.'
No people, the fact that this still exists and has reached a person on the other side of this fucking planet (myself), makes me lose faith in humanity.
But I'm sure you have heard this emo shit multiple times already within the anime community, so I won't bother.
In fact, I shouldn't have written this review in the first place.
After hearing the episodes are only 3,5 minutes long, I thought "woah, this series must be like 'Honobono Log' with lesbians." Upon having this thought, I immediately formed a sushi roll with my blanket to maximize the comfy, and started marathoning it.
Turns out this series could be called House of Five Lesbians (not to be confused with House of Five Leaves), and there is absolutely nothing comfy about it. The series focuses around our 5 lesbanese little girls called Practically-a-Man, Double-fang, Just-fang, Front-rack and Side-rack. All they do is sexually assault each others, fall over each others naked bodies or alternatively end up in
angle where they directly stare at each others raw pussies. In the latest episode, Double-fang peed herself, but no one really minds because it is cute lesbian piss.
I won't say that a series focusing about softcore-lewd fanservice and content that could disgust some of its viewers would be automatically unwatchable, but this one doesn't come with any good merits outside the ending song which I found to be quite neat. I recommend to skip this series completely, maybe listen the ED on youtube.
Well, if you're okay with wasting 3-4 minutes once a week, then you're going to be okay with watching this anime.
Story - 4
It isn't really anything special. Our main character Hanabi moves back into her hometown, and meets with familiar and new faces. That's all there really is to it. The pacing is terrible. Everything moves too fast that you have to sometimes rewind the episode to understand what's going on.
I understand that though since packing a story into 3-4 minutes of screen time is a tedious task.
Art - 5
It's okay, not amazing, but it's alright.
Sound - 3
Nothing much to say here, except for
the confusing ED. It goes from a cute, ecchi shoujo ai show to a death metal concert real quick.
Characters - 3
Characters are cliche, bland, and forgettable, since there isn't really enough time to get to know them.
Enjoyment - 4
All in all, it did get a few giggles out of me, and since it only takes less than 5 minutes to finish an episode, I don't mind wasting my time a bit.
Overall - 3
I feel like this could have been much better and much better received if it was a single cour anime with 24 minutes each episode. It's basically just another ecchi love triangle anime (and those are mildly popular), but with girls.
Feel free to watch this if you've got time to waste, but you're not really missing anything good if you choose not to.
So this is a 3 minutes short, so it is to be expected that you will not get the same quality as the big shows this season, but I am not giving Tachibanakan Triangle a easy time because of that. Grab your dick and doubble click, here is my review of Tachibanakn Triangle.
Hanabi goes back to her hometown to go to her new highschool, but she ends up in a appartement with different kinds of people she has to deal with. You think for a anime that I can explain in two sentences it is easy to follow,
but except for the first episode it is not. There are like ten different scenes in the timespan of 3 minutes and every scene comes and goes in a blink of a eye. The only thing I can compliment this story on is that it tries to have a story, unlike some other 3 minutes series *LOOKING AT YOU ALICE OR ALICE!*
Eh, it is cute. It mostly uses chibi characters and if they want to go crazy normal ones. Nothing to comment on.
The sound is... okay? It is nothing to write home about, except for the bizzare ED. Is this a cute anime about highschool girls or a fucking metal concert?
They are al so forgettable, but they do their job. You have Hanabi the MC who is caring, Konomi the little sister character, .... duh.... I am sorry, but MAL doesn't have pictures in the character part so it is hard for me to identify who is who. You know what forget it, the point is that the characters are average.
I was confused and bored at the same. The fanservice is nice though. 6/10 wouldn't fap again.
For a 3 minutes series, it is okay. It is nothing special and it is not worth your time, unless you like to be bored and confused (which admittendly is something unique to this anime).