"One day, a girl who loves me will suddenly appear before me"—Middle school teacher Nobunaga has always been dreaming of such a gal game-like situation. However, the one who appeared before him was Kichou, a 14-year-old girl who proclaims herself as his wife. Appears to have arrived from the Sengoku era, she mistakes Nobunaga as Nobunaga Oda and urges him to conceive a child with her. Thus begins the age-difference love comedy between a gal game-loving teacher and a Sengoku era expert princess.
Japan has always been the pioneers of creating ridiculous and strange stories for Anime. Take for example Akikan!, where steel and aluminum cans become magical girls and battle each other, or Hametsu no Mars, where convoluted stuff happens for no apparent reason, or Shimoneta, where the Japan government has banned anything lewd, but a group of “perverted terrorist” decide to go against the status quo.
But now, Japan has a released a show about how life magically appears from a tea cup, a plate, and even from one's breast. First, all of these “magical people” came from the Sengoku Era, where they all
conveniently appear in front of the main character. Second, they all want to either be the wife or mistress of our main character. And lastly, our main female character is a 14-year-old girl, who demands to be impregnated by our main character. And did I mention that another 14-year-old girl also wants to do the dirty deed.
What a shit show! At least, it's a short shit show.
Summary: our main character, Nobunaga, is a middle school teacher, who wants a girl to love him and for her to appear in the most gal game-like situation possible. And while, cleaning the storehouse, the most gal-game-like situation happens – a 14-year-old girl named Kichou appears from thin air in front of our main character, declares to be the wife of Nobunaga, and wants his child. Thus, begins the story of Nobunaga gaining as many wives and mistresses as possible, while dodging child protection laws.
For a show with a strange premise, it has an interesting concept: Nobunaga having the ability to touch certain objects or people, and somehow resurrecting former Sengoku Era “spirits or souls” to appear in them. It's bizarre, but nothing to outlandish. Unfortunately, the first concept fails to answer the questions: how did he get these powers and why did these powers appear now?
These questions are never explored any deeper beyond our main character putting on black gloves to prevent anything he touches from resurrecting. However, even when our main character does this, he still manages to resurrect somethings.
Other than that, the show is basically a harem show, i.e., legal loli, big-breasted girl, glasses girl, trap, etc, that involves many ecchi situations, i.e., breast grabbing, breast sucking, suggestive poses, etc, and many misunderstandings. Basically, it's similar to many other harem shows, except this one is only 7 minutes long, which I'm assuming cut out many important events from the manga, making the show even more bare-bone than it needs to be.
The voice acting is decent if one is able to hear what they saying as the background music is occasionally louder than the character's voices. This is very annoying and distracting. Both the opening and ending songs, lasting roughly 30 seconds each, are your typical J-pop, nothing interesting or worth noting about.
The character are cute and are very well designed, however this is Studio Seven, which is known for creating stunning and amazing character and background designs. In other words, while this series is more polished and refined than compared to Joshi Kausei, Studio Seven's other series released this year, it doesn't measure up to the details of its hentai titles. Although, watching the character's faces pop up to censor any suggestive body parts is pretty amusing.
The characters, while having some personality, are still the same old tropes and cliches that are seem in similar shows, such as the big-breasted girl, the glasses girl, the trap, the legal loli, etc. And in typical fashion, each character's soul or spirit has a regret that is sexual or suggestive in nature. For example, big-breasted girl's regret is not having her breast sucked enough, so the main character decides to suck her breasts. Another example is the glasses girl, who creates yaoi content and wishes to see the main character get boned by another male character. Now, as for our main male character, his personality is non-existent, and his only purpose is make retorts and gather as many wives and mistresses as possible.
It's another harem show. Either you like the genre or you don't, unfortunately this one is not that good.
So many bad anime, so little time to tell you how bad. But as the anime industry continues to recycle anything that made a buck, and runs from originality or actual good source material like it’s the plague that will end the earth, the catalogue of the past few seasons have proved more crowded than ever with creative cowardice enhanced by the participation of shameless hacks. Have you felt the brain-numbing deja vu of Goblin Slayer, Tokyo Ghoul:re 2nd Season, The Rising of the Shield Hero, Magical Girl Spec-Ops Asuka, and The Price of Smiles? I have. And even worse, there was the brain tumors—My
Sister My Writer, and Conception.
And to continue the downward spiral of degeneracy, a new challenger appears! Nobunaga-sensei no Osanazuma scrapes the bottom of the barrel at every turn while targeting and squarely hitting the lowest possible common denominator. To be completely fair to director Tokihiro Sasaki and his production team at Studio Seven, they took not only the path of least resistance but also wisely pegged their target audience by going as broad as humanly possible. Not a single second of Nobunaga-sensei gets close to subtlety or nuance, obviously, seeing what kind of series this is, and also the desired demographic doesn’t want anything resembling thought-provoking or challenging. They wish instead for instant gratification, and that’s exactly what they get. Considering the base quality of the material, the director’s big mistake was in not making it full-on hentai. Its premise is unbelievably stupid and bizarrely tone-deaf enough to make Seiji Ebisu blush.
The target audience would love it, even more, had it been strewn with loli’s participating in reverse gang bang scenes with the main protagonist, who is a blank slate for them to project themselves on. The synopsis leaves little to the imagination of what this is about, and exactly whom it's pandering to. From the plot, writing, characters, art, animation, score, and comedy, it’s all low-rent quality that will make the creator of Conception proud. Nobunaga-sensei is heavy on the pedophilia elements, with all sorts of scenarios that the main protagonist indulges in—and when you take into account his character traits, and what turns him on, it is no stretch in any way to make this claim. What prevents this show joining the all-time low in mirthless farce list is that each episode is 7 minutes long. Could you imagine if this show was any minute longer? Good luck finding a happy time anywhere in this Pedo-rated ‘comedy’ without a solitary laugh or a single redeeming feature.
Can an anime really be all that bad? This profoundly skeevy work of smut proves that, yes, it really can. Nobunaga-sensei is more like a death sentence—12 episodes that achieve a cumulative level of sentimental toxicity strong enough to poison viewers who don’t exit out of their browser tab or streaming app quick enough. The show doesn’t go out of its way to demonize the actions of the main protagonist (because how could the director and writers insult the self-inserts?), nor the interactions between him and his loli “concubine”. This is all played out to fulfill the desires of the target audience over the series comedy, which is why most of the jokes are tasteless and lack any punch. The show populates its principal cast with mostly overdrawn, cookie-cutter types. It has the kind of dialogue that is shameless, banal, or what the Spaniards would describe, “grima”. It makes you wonder how no one in the process of making this show thought to stop and say, “What the f*ck are we doing?” How was this brainstormed? It had to be birthed from an actual circle-jerk.
Studio Seven is known to take on projects like Nobunaga-sensei, but visually, you would at least expect some consistency. The art and animation have its moments of characters going off-model, faces turning derpy mid-scene, characters being too stiff and wooden, etc. But once the show switches the ecchi-o-meter up, of course, most of these things are fixed—got to keep the salivating target audiences’ boners erected, right? There are other ecchi series airing this season that does a better job, even when most of their revealing scenes are censored, it’s still superior. Apart from these things, you could say everything is what you’d expect from a 'low-rent' soft-core hentai, after all, it’s a cheap cash grab. Their suggestive camera game is strong, just like the seiyuu’s orgasms—which requires one to have the mute button ready. Sound design is pretty weird in that the volume of the background music can be overwhelming where it’s louder than voices of the characters.
Intended or not, Nobunaga-sensei is as grotesque and unfunny as the characters it’s named after. Maybe the anime industry needs to realize that these masturbation flicks are not the answer to Japan’s declining birth rate and the increasing numbers of Japanese men choosing to marry anime characters. This is a top contender for worst anime of 2019. So, give it a pass, it's not even worth watching just to see how shit it is. If you want an alternative ecchi comedy than this dumpster fire that involves teachers and students, then check out the 12-minute short that is “Nande Koko ni Sensei ga!?” (Why the hell are you here, Teacher!? In English). It’s actually funny, the comedy is based on black humor, it has fun with its clichés and tropes, doesn’t take itself seriously, and the ecchi is ten times better.
I didn't realize anime could be this bad. I'm not willing to give this steaming pile of shit any more of my time than is necessary, so this review will be quite short.
Nobunaga-sensei no Osanazuma follows the titular Nobunaga, an incel middle school teacher who wants to be loved by girls. When, one day, he touches some random object in a shed, a loli appears out of thin air and asks to fuck him. This mysterious power not only allows him to make lolis appear out of thin air but also to make just any regular woman that he touches want to fuck him. As
a result of this amazing power, Nobunaga-sensei now has two lolis, a student, a fellow teacher, and a trap, who all want to fuck him. That's all the show is about.
If you thought that was bad, then boy do I have more for you. The characters all have no personalities. The only differences between any of the heroines are their appearance and some quirk that they might have. The only reason the latter part is there is that the student is a fujoshi. The art is absolutely pathetic. The animation is non-existent. OSTs, voice acting, and the OP/ED are all extremely mediocre. To top all of this shit off, we have Seikon no Qwaser level tit-sucking fanservice. I sure do love watching a grown adult fondle a middle school student. Thanks, Japan. "PG-13" - MyAnimeList. Yeah ok.
This is literal softcore hentai. Everything about it is absolute trash. The only reason this isn't a 1/10 is that there are two lolis. This pile of shit of a review is all that this pile of shit of a show deserves.
This anime is a candidate for being the worst anime of 2019. We had Oreimonai (My Sister, My Writer) last year and that was the trash king. But Nobunaga-sensei no Osanazuma has a potential to threatening the Oreimonai's throne.
We have a teacher who has always been dreaming of such a gal game-like situation like, "One day, a girl who loves me will suddenly appear before me" (Don't be like this guy) and suddenly some day, a 14 year old girl who coming from past, Sengoku era, mistakes Nobunaga as Nobunaga Oda and proclaims herself as his wife. And trying to make child with Nobunaga.
There is a female student who loves Nobunaga. So that female student and 14 year old girl Kichou trying to have a sex with Nobunaga. And after this two girls we getting more characters into Nobunaga's harem when "story" keeps progressing.
Ths could be a good hentai with that story, wasted potential.
Art is decent, nothing more to speak.
Okay, main problem of this show is sound directing. Soundtracks ALWAYS louder than character's voice. Fortunately, this show's episode duration is only 7 min. so this torture doesn't take long.
Our main character is a teacher and has no personality.
Main girl is just want to make a baby with main character and has no personality.
Other harem members just want to sex and have no personalities.
Overall Score: 19/100
This show was a mistake. I wish, studio Seven didn't make this anime and only focused on Seikatsu Shuukan The Animation. Because that hentai was a disappointment.