That “Castle in the Sky” reference had Hayao Miyazaki rolling in his grave. Granted, he’s still alive and well, but he’s practicing for the real thing. Laundry bills be damned!
Laws. What are they?
Limitations. From what?
Your desires. But why?
Go f—k yourself. Because masturbation never resulted in jail time.
Sometimes you come into a show thinking its going to be garbage, and while being correct in your assumption, it’s the type of garbage you can’t stop watching…or laughing at. Anime, in general, has no qualms experimenting with taboo subjects for the sake of laughter. So to say “Nobunaga-sensei no Osanazuma”
is original, is blatantly false. However, it does contain an interesting juxtaposition between the ‘openness’ of past societies and the rigid societal norms of modern culture. A contrast that harmonizes well together in creating copious moments of laughter.
A case can be made that the illegality of Oda Nobunaga’s predicament is a bridge too far. Particularly because he expresses interest in underage lolis. With that said, however — who cares! Shock comedy demands bold risks. If it weren’t somewhat offensive, you wouldn’t be laughing. Moreover, the amount of anime fans that fantasize about their ideal waifu is absurd. Might as well break the news that their daydreaming is as sordid as Oda’s envisages.
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.
We're only in 3 episode but story is already fucked up. This 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.
Overall Score: 23/100
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.
After clicking the "Write a review" button, MAL asked me to update my anime to indicate that I'm currently watching Nobunaga-sensei no Osanazuma. At that point, with my finger hovering over the button, I had to consider if I really wanted people to know I was watching this show. Would this information be used against me somehow in the future, for example, in a court of law? Would it impact my ability to land a job in education? However, in order to promote this kind of brazen disregard for propriety, modesty, or human decency, I gathered my resolve and plowed on
ahead... or so I'd like to say. In truth, I turned my head surreptitiously to make sure nobody was looking first and confirmed I didn't have my real name anywhere in my profile. Whew, good to go.
Nobunaga-sensei no Osanazuma has no hesitation or restraint. It knows what it is and wastes no time getting right down to the sordid business of entertaining us with completely over-the-top ecchi and harem setups. One of the reasons might be the short running time: clocking in at 7 minutes per episode, this show has to skip the foreplay and shuck the clothes right away in order to display its raunchy wares before the end credits roll. Ironically, the only area this show shows a little hint of self-consciousness is in the ecchi itself: the nudity is mild and the naughty bits are mostly hidden from view. What's the word, "titillate"? Maybe the show's creators think teasing excites more than just simply showing everything. Maybe they just don't want to get arrested by the police.
So, yeah, a girl shows up from Japanese history of nearly 500 years ago and mistakes the protagonist for the man she's supposed to marry because they share the same name. Then the anime proceeds to strip mine this flimsy premise for comedic gold. It's not really brilliant, it's not clever enough to inspire, but hot damn it managed to make me laugh out loud. It's not panning for gold in the gentle streams of romance so much as it's exploding deep within the earth with blatant disregard for environmental protection laws. Except, in my analogy for this anime, the laws aren't environmental.
They are more like laws protecting people who are minors or students or both at the same time from being molested by their teachers.
I mean, we're not supposed to laugh at a scenario where a young child takes off her clothes in front of an adult (after just meeting him) and asks to start making (more) children right there on the spot, right? We shouldn't be putting ideas into the heads of our teachers that it's OK be locked inside a classroom with your students (who are minors), right? Right?!
Will you enjoy watching this? Many of you won't. You're going to get hung up on things like objectifying women, degrading women, having women want completely improbable things. Maybe you fear for the future of society if this show becomes popular, and young girls won't be safe. Maybe you're a little curious, but don't want any of your close associates to know you are.
Some of the setups are in very poor taste, and not for everyone; viewer discretion is advised. I laughed, but that's probably just because I'm a bad person.
First of all, I would like to correct some information displayed on the MAL of this anime (as of this review). It's missing the "Ecchi" and the "R" rating, as it contains some mild nudity, so if you are not into that type of anime, then this show may not be for you. Now that that's out of the way...
Nobunaga-sensei no Osanazuma is an anime composed of short 7 minute (yet entertaining) episodes. So far the anime has not failed to make me laugh at least once per episode. The comedy and story in this anime is quite solid, and everything in it is actually
As of this review, I realized that this anime has a score of "5.83" on MAL, making it one of the lowest and most underrated animes of this season. Overall, it really is not a bad anime, and if you have been looking for a nice and fun Ecchi comedy, then this might just be the anime for you. It really is a nice, funny and enjoyable experience, so therefore I'm giving it a solid 7/10. <3