Puberty syndrome – abnormal experiences rumored on the internet to be caused by sensitivity and instability during adolescence.
This year, Sakuta Azusagawa, a second-year student at a high school near Enoshima, meets several girls that are experiencing this "puberty syndrome." For instance, he meets a wild bunny girl in the library. She turns out to be an actress on hiatus, Mai Sakurajima, who is also his senior at the school. For some reason, no one else can see this enchanting girl. How did she become invisible...? As Sakuta searches for answers to help Mai, they spend more time together, and he eventually learns of her hidden feelings...
This is an unusual story that takes place in a town of bright skies and glistening seas, where Sakuta encounters various intriguing girls.
"Fukashigi no Carte (不可思議のカルテ)" by Mai Sakurajima (Asami Seto), Tomoe Koga (Nao Touyama), Rio Futaba (Atsumi Tanezaki), Nodoka Toyohama (Maaya Uchida), Kaede Azusawara (Yurika Kubo), Shouko Makinohara (Inori Minase)
Tsundere girl? Check
Wears a bunny outfit? Check
Older than MC? Check
I mean seriously, what else do you want? As this anime has "bunny girl" in its name, it's natural to think that this is some fanservice anime that involves a girl wearing a bunny suit, but that's actually not the case. Just watch the first episode, if you don't believe me.
*Minor spoilers below*
How does it feel when a girl steps on your foot? Well, a normal person would be annoyed, but our MC sure does enjoy it. His fantasies sure knows no bounds. Apart from all these weird jokes, the story does seem promising.
It has all
these scientific terms like ""Schrödinger's neko", " how reality is affected by the observer", etc and they implemented these terms in the story. We have this genius girl who explains all of these terms to the MC.
The female protagonist is forgotten by everyone except our MC. No one is even able to see her. These unusual circumstances surrounding the female protagonist is referred to as "Puberty Syndrome". And our MC is entitled to help her because some other girl helped him when he too was surrounded by some unusual events. So, with the help of these scientific terms, our MC needs to find a way to solve the problem that the female protagonist faces.
Well, the anime sure does focus on romance between the MC and the female protagonist and we also have some heart-warming moments between those two. The MC acts cool and composed, but also enjoys teasing the female protagonist. Ain't that a perfect boyfriend material, girls?
The art is decent and the opening of the anime is great, so there's nothing to complain about. The ending song is mediocre though.
There are some other girls too and each of them have their own share of problems. Furthermore, MC's younger sister is a little too attached to her brother. Is this another Monogatari series? Will the MC help each girl? How many girls does the MC want in his harem? Or does he only love the female protagonist? Well, we'll find out soon!
Anyway, I enjoyed the first three episodes. I do have some hopes for this anime.