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Watashi no Coffee Samurai: Jihanki-teki na Kareshi


Alternative Titles

English: Coffee Samurai
Synonyms: My Coffee Samurai: A Vending Machine Boyfriend
Japanese: わたしのコーヒー・サムライ ~自販機的な彼氏~

Information

Type: Special
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: May 31, 2009
Producers: CoMix Wave Films
Licensors: Sentai Filmworks
Studios: None found, add some
Source: Unknown
Duration: 30 min.
Rating: G - All Ages

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Score: 6.241 (scored by 604 users)
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Ranked: #61412
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Popularity: #6401
Members: 1,330
Favorites: 5
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Synopsis

The story is set in present day Seoul and involves a college student named Hemi who falls in love with a coffee vending machine named Jin. Jin is actually a samurai from the Sengoku period who wished to be re-born with an invincible steel body when he fell to assassins, hence the vending machine body.

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hell0kitY
Jul 29, 2010
Bizzare? Isn't that what you really look for in an anime?

This very short love story includes the few most important aspects of an asian life- the glorious, fearless warriors of the past and the modern technology ( aka the vending machine boyfriend.)

During one minute and forty four seconds, this piece opens up a really sweet love story supported by amazing graphics.

Enjoy! ^^
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LunaRize
Jun 18, 2015
Coffee Samurai... where to start?

Story: 7
Coffee Samurai is a 30-minute short with a truly unique idea. A Sengoku-era samurai wishes for an invincible steel body after he falls in battle, and in a bit of a cruel trick, he is reborn as a vending machine. Hemi, a college student, discovers that this vending machine is actually alive, and befriends him in her fascination. This eventually progresses to a bizarre love, and remains that way. The pacing is slow, but the idea is unique, and definitely charming. If you aren't interested in the story, then this anime doesn't have much to read more
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vigorousjammer
May 12, 2014
Coffee Samurai is a 30 minute short film about a samurai who ends up being re-incarnated as a coffee vending machine. Sounds weird? Well, it is, but that's part of it's charm, and there were some other things I liked about it as well.

The story is fairly decent, despite it's basic structure. Things move at an appropriately slow pace, and it ends up feeling somewhat longer than 30 minutes by the end. The narrative is also presented fairly well, with some nice moments sprinkled throughout. It starts off as just being weird, but quickly changes into a love story, which I thought worked really well, read more
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Deiddara
Feb 9, 2013
This anime is about a samurai, who becomes a coffee machine in his next life, but he still wants to fight, and one day he founds a girl and falls in love with her.
The story is really hard to understand, and it's full of meaningless scenes. For example, a coffe machine shouldn't be flying... I was like 'what the hell?'

The art was okay, but the closer scenes were drawn pretty ugly somewhere. I have to admit, the characters were cute and ingenious.

I think the most horrible thing about this anime was the sound. The way the samurais shouted was truly annoying. The read more
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Poll: Watashi no Coffee Samurai: Jihanki Teki na Kareshi Episode 1 Discussion
vigorousjammer - May 12, 2014
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Nov 17, 2015 9:16 AM
probably my fave scene...
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