One day, fifth-grader Hinata Hoshino brings her friend Hana Shirosaki to her house, and Hinata's sister Miyako, a college student, falls in love with Hana at first sight. Miyako manages to get along with Hana somehow, but her clumsy behavior and shyness make Hana wary. Even so, Hana gradually opens up to Miyako, who wants to become closer to her.
After 'Happy Sugar Life' in Summer 18 and 'UzuMaid'in Fall 18, I am happy to announce that lesbian romances centering around pedophilia have come to stay and entertain us on a seasonal basis. 'Bout fucking time amirite.
This time around our main lolicon, called Mya-nee, is neither a murderous psycho nor an elite soldier but quite the opposite of the earlier main leads. Mya is incredibly shy and pathetic person who falls in love with her little sister's friend, Hana and thereafter struggles to impress her and also fights against her own urges to go all out for Hana's cuteness because cops. I know, Mya having
to refrain from doing the lewd with her lolicrush is the real crime here!
Hana the loli is rather smart and mature for her age, cool person who only ever loses her rational-thinking when Mya offers her candy or other sweets.... I rate this 'realism out of 5'. As we can see there is lots of room for character and relationship development which also create the best/all comedic and cutesy moments in the series... which the show is essentially all about. As a person who is really into that pure cute stuff and also girly lovu lovu, I can't help but to call this the best thing ever. It's so incredibly haatowaamingu stuff it's just riduclous.
To quickly talk about the production, the seiyuu choices have been great. Little girls don't have nearly as high pitched voices than so commonly which is all for the better. Mya is just perfect. The art exists solely to make everything about the series more cuter but still doesn't go overboard and doesn't become too sweet which is a big problem in series of this sort so often. Good decisions. Highly recommend this show to anyone who tends to like this type of happy shit.
Is Mayako Hoshino a lesbian pedophile or what? I understand that lolicon’s are far from a rare occurrence; in fact, they are fairly standard in the medium, but presenting the lolicon-infatuation as the focal point of the entire series is just loathsome. In fact, the entire first episode of Wataten! An Angel Flew Down to Me was about Mayako’s fanaticism in capturing Hana Shirosaki (who’s in elementary school) in adorable outfits from a variety of advantageous angles. It’s no wonder Mayako has no friends, as the other young-adults must have realized her freakish proclivities and decided
to stay clear of this future felon.
“But it’s so cute!!!”
O reary? Maybe we should investigate your own predilections, hmmm?
Episode two introduces a cute “new” girl, Noa Himesaka, who entrances Mayako with her uh-dohr-i-bility (I wonder what would happen if Mayako walked into an all girls elementary school? Schwing!). Consequently for Noa, Mayako’s favored treasure — my PRECIOUS!!! — is forever Hana, as her exhilaration heightened when Hana wore the same outfit as Noa. Then, during a board game constructed by the three girls, Mayako revealed her inability to “smile and say hello,” giving further insight into her gauche personality. But it wasn’t shocking when you consider that Mayako wears a track suit like she’s vying for a role in the Sopranos’ (weird-o!).
The writing staff attempted to use Mayako’s maladroit behavior, along with the girls’ cuteness to generate situations that would elicit laughter; however, they failed miserably. The jokes are as non-existent as Mayako’s personality, and with Wataten! being a one-trick pony (i.e. relying on the “cuteness” factor) it dampens the engagement for the audience. This is the type of anime that you’ll be asking yourself: “what the f—k am I doing with my life?” But at least you’re not the guy forced himself to watch four episodes to write a review about said anime (because that would suck!).
What do you do if an angel suddenly comes to your house? sorry, forget about that, I'm just joking. Well, regarding this series, I really like the stories they offer are full of jokes and laughter. Even though this series seems simple, it is very good at carrying the theme, no doubt after asking from various friends, I conclude that an anime does not have to be wide need a variety of packaging to make a masterpiece.
The art they offer is also very good, but I really like the character design, they can make the characters more attractive and funny, especially when compared to the
matching voice makes me fall in love with the characters. The opening and closing themes they stretch are also right and fit to arouse a sense of enthusiasm, I really enjoyed this one show a simple storyline that made the audience carried away by the flow of the story.
2. This show isn't anything like Uzamaid. Uzamaid's MC foams at the mouth at the sight of any underaged girl.
Hana is the only girl that Miyako fawns over, not all girls. Yet they've slept in the same bed with no problems. Miyako doesn't attempt to peek when Hana is in the bath. Miyako couldn't care less when Hana wore a school swimsuit. Miyako was actually the one avoiding Hana when Hana got to close when they in the closet together. They are also able to talk to each other normally.
any of this sound like a crazy pedofile? Not even close.
Now that I say that, the first episode is really weird, there's a disconnect which might throw off viewers watching the show for the first time. During the first episode Miyako is forbidden from taking a picture from a down below angle. That's where people start getting the pedofile vibes but it was really out of character for her to do that because all of her other actions suggests that Miyako has ZERO sexual interests in Hana. She just sees Hana as super cute like a dog or a cat.
This show is also a hit or miss for people but if you can ignore all of the loli stuff you can enjoy Miyako trying to slowly progress towards being a functional member of society. The show really shines when the story revolves around her.
All things aside, Reina Ueda is absolutely fantastic. As a fan, my ears have enjoyed this series.