I watched this anime because on another website it said it was a romance... I quickly found it it wasn't. This show is a perfect storm of comedy and cuteness, and when I say cuteness, I don't mean moe.
Well, there really isn't a story to this anime, at the end of the second season they tried to put in a story-ender (and they did successfully), but there was really no story to end. The show doesn't carry and underlying plot, it's more of a random slice of life about three triplets who are going through many new experiences from maturity to immature actions. I
didn't know sixth grade was so hilarious.
The art isn't genre defining, but I like how the artists put in many different colors throughout each episode and because they did that, the situations often felt unique and worth continuing to watch.
This is where I was most impressed. When watching this, I could easily see how much effort the voice actors/actresses had put into this show. The music was great, the dialogue was great, but I didn't get the feeling that the Japanese used by these sixth graders were easy to understand, as if a lot of the show was more adult oriented.
The characters are not unique, but how these three triplets interact with each other does seem unique to me. One is a loud mouth who yells and commands respect, but her fatal flaw is here bad luck and weight concerns. The other is a dumb, blunt-athletic girl who often says things out of context very loudly and who's fatal flaw is a boob obsession. And finally the third and youngest triplet who is smart, but not social and her fatal flaw is a porn obsession, she'll sit there reading her porn magazines (with a fake book cover) all day during class.
Those are some twisted kids.
Anyway, i fully enjoyed this anime. There was only a few moments were I wasn't rolling on the floor, but otherwise, the show was nearly perfect when it came to the comedy aspect.
This is most probably the first time I’ve encounter a story about primary students because most of the series about students today are about high school. There are even middle school students.
As young as they may seem, surprisingly the storyline is very much for adults. There is so much ecchi-ness or censored materials in the storyline. It is so hilarious yet so surreal that the ecchi-ness comes from little children. Although, it is so surreal to see so much ecchi-ness from children, the comical acts and mature lines are still nicely done and could be considered tasteful. The comedy is well made and definitely
not far-fetched. I just love how simple misunderstandings make things complicated and hilarious. The misunderstandings are also brilliantly made. Every episode is just hilarious. There are definitely no dull moments in this series.
If you think that because it is about primary students they are a bunch of innocent angels then YOU ARE HORRIBLY WRONG. I’ve never seen characters with so much ecchi-ness like this and they are even children. That makes it a lot more interesting and for some reason more hilarious. I never thought mature jokes would blend well with very young characters. It becomes a lot more hilarious because the mature lines and comical acts are well delivered by the characters. Sometimes you would think that with their unique hilarious antics, there must be something wrong with them at their age. I love the character of the Yabe-chi who’s usually the target of torture and weird antics of his students. Even the father is hilarious with his own way. Well, almost all the characters have their own role and own way of bringing laughter to the table. All of them are just so adorable and definitely likeable characters.
Let’s not forget the most hilarious and ecchi of them all, the Marui sisters. Each three are very much different. The eldest is very tsundere like, the middle is so strong and air-headed, and the youngest is weird and scary. Though there are very different, all of them are very ecchi in their own unique way. And even if they are weird, they are still kind and nice children in their own weird way. They have their differences most of the time but they still genuinely love each other and care about the welfare of one another. Particularly the eldest, Mitsuba, whose very egoist but deep down cares a lot about her younger sisters. But my favorite is the very cute and most hilarious character, Futaba. She is just too much. A bundle of cuteness and weirdness. She’s incredibly strong and extremely air-headed. Her personality just makes her a lot more adorable and hilarious.
The animation is not the typical like the ones of today’s. It is quite different but in a good way. The unique and nicely done illustrations absolutely bring the most adorable characters I’ve ever seen. Even the adult characters are very cute. I also love how the opening theme is made. It is cute and fun as well.
I enjoyed it so much I just can’t stop watching and actually wanting for more episodes. There is absolutely no end for the cuteness and hilariousness for this bunch. I even wanted to just grab them from the monitor and cuddle them.