There is an antique shop in Kyoto's Teramachi Sanjou shopping district. High school girl Mashiro Aoi unexpectedly runs into Yagashira Kiyotaka, the son of the shop's owner, and ends up working part-time at the shop. Kiyotaka is called the "Holmes at Teramachi Sanjou," and he and Aoi solve odd cases brought to them by various clients.
Kyoto Teramachi Sanjou no Holmes is a rarity series, centering around an antique shop, collector items and fake products.
In the history of anime, we haven't gotten many series that deal with love and interest for aesthetics and collecting. Hyouge Mono was one of those, and it is definitely among the best anime series ever produced. Gallery Fake had its own fair share of art, much like the name suggests. Bartender did this with simply drinks. But that's pretty much where they end. Until now.
Nothing especially spectacular ever happens in this series. It relies on the simple things that are beautiful, according to the series.
The focus is on details, depth and passion for inanimate objects. Those viewers who never shared similar passions to any specific form of matter, certainly will not change their minds after seeing this series either, and probably cannot see any beauty or charm in it.
Like the name hints, the actual story is a detective mystery. Our "watson" is a cute anime lady who learns about antique during our mysteries, and our sherlock is the (future) owner of the antique shop around which this series centers. They make a rather interesting couple. Of course, sherlock is bit from the autistic side like practically every detective lead ever. The great part about this is his love for the collector's items which is prioritized over his actual detective skills, much like Adrian Monk's OCD in the tv show, Monk.
There is not much that I can add, other than this can be something truly magnificent for a very specific audience.
All i can say is, i guess? The anime is about Holmes which isnt his real name but his nick name cause of his first name which they have to repeat twice an episode so you dont forget. Cause obviously he doesnt wanna brag about being smart and solving everything. Spoiler; He is smart and solves everything.
Basically its about some sort of acient shop and there is this employee called holmes and a girl whose name i forgot cause im watching 35 seasonals dont blame me. You can feel a romantic genre comming up but its probally a bait. Nvm that, every episode there is
a problem and our mr holmes knows it within 1 sec but keeps asking question ( He always brags about knowing it instantly ). Its not over the top comedy and not over the top mystery. I would personally not really reccomend this. Go watch the great shit of this season. But still its worth a shot if you are really bored or have that one annoying friend who keeps saying you need to watch this
We've seen series like Detective Conan and Hyouka where the mystery genre is a full-on scale. Well...with this series, be thankful that it isn't like that, and instead is integrated right into the story in the episodic format (and feels like some series are episodic)…
This series is fairly new, with the novel just released in 2015 then the manga adaptation just last year. And now with the anime adaptation by the studio couldn't do things right, now making way for decent art and animation with the series.
If you like or have a fascination with Sherlock Holmes, this anime should be on your line of sight,
although the aesthetic is played fluently with the episodic cases of the male MC, Kiyotaka Yagashira, an antique appraiser tat his family's antique business shop, with his assistant, new-comer Aoi Mashiro who works part-time alongside Kiyotaka, who just moved to Kyoto to seek a new life. Together, Aoi's true keen eye for antiques (which got her hired in the first place) and Kiyotaka's seriousness makes for a comfortable duo confronting the various cases of Holmes in antiques.
Everything in this animation is decent to say the least, while it is for now, but at least the story is fleshed in good contrasting art and animation, whilst maintaining its preposition towards the overall setting. If this is what you feel compels you to watch this show, then go ahead as it might impress you.
It is very educational in terms of antiques and several Japanese history related. I really like the fact that the MC is very cool, intelligent and highly observant. The animation is definitely A+ as well as the voice acting. A young and highly talented + skilled lad is currently managing an Antique Shop + Coffee shop. He then meets a young and brokenhearted high school girl. He invites her to become an employee in order for her to earn the ticket back to her hometown without having to resort on selling her grandpa's treasures. In my opinion, this is quite an interesting series since there
hasn't been much anime/manga about antiques + detective idea (I am a fan of deduction/detective stuff). This certainly got its potential and hopefully it keeps us intrigued all the way.
If you are a fan of Sherlock Holmes, with a twist of romance this is the right show for you.