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Amaenaide yo!! Katsu!!

Alternative Titles

English: Ah My Buddha Katsu
Synonyms: Amaenaideyo!! 2, Amaenaideyo!! Katsu
Japanese: あまえないでよっ!! 喝!!


Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 4, 2006 to Mar 22, 2006
Premiered: Winter 2006
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: None found, add some
Studios: Studio Deen
Source: Manga
Duration: 24 min. per ep.
Rating: R+ - Mild Nudity


Score: 6.851 (scored by 19,831 users)
1 indicates a weighted score. Please note that 'Not yet aired' titles are excluded.
Ranked: #39922
2 based on the top anime page. Please note that 'Not yet aired' and 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #1692
Members: 36,220
Favorites: 43


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Dec 26, 2008
Skadi (All reviews)
I’ve decided that instead of writing two reviews for both series I am going to talk about both in this review, with the most focus on the Katsu!! sequel, as it is the better of the two, though only marginally. Now before you fanboys out there who loved this show get all worked up I have a couple comments to make before I get to the meat of my opinions. This show is pretty much pure echii, and I don’t mind echii, that’s not the reason this show is getting low marks. If the only thing you want is to see cute read more
Nov 28, 2008
KaminaKai (All reviews)
"Improved ecchi sequel to an Buddhism-ecchi series"

Just like its predecessor, Buddhism is still the key factor in Amaenaide yo!! Katsu!!. As stated from my previous review on the prequel, having knowledge about Buddhism will be of great help in understanding the story. The anime clarifies many issues that surfaced in Amaenaide yo! (ie. who were those suspicious looking monks, why does Ikkou have such tremendous power, and who was the monk eating ice cream with Jotoku baa etc.). Of course it is absolutely recommended to finish Amaenaide yo! before watching the sequel!

Similar to the first season, Amaenaide yo!! Katsu!! is also very episodic. Thus one read more
Feb 3, 2010
Saintly (All reviews)
This review will encompass both seasons of Amaenaide yo.

The first season was verging on a waste of my time. I had just gotten off of watching Clannad After Story and wanted an anime that didn't require much thought or an anime that dished out deep emotional drama. I came to rest on Amaenaide yo. Pleasing to my eye with its ecchi, harem, and romance aspect, but also appealing was the fact that it had a second season. With most animes that I watch, ones with sequels (I'm referring to the first season now) tend to score higher because I know the show isn't "complete" read more
Aug 20, 2008
realanimefan (All reviews)
Well I recently just finished the anime series Amaenaideyo Katsu, and I have to say, not all anime's that have a second season or more live up to the first season and this one not only lived up to Amaneaideyo but surpassed it on enjoyment and donwright awesome. The same characters show up in this series, and of course just like in the first season, Ikkou is being constantly told not to rely on his strange power and is still being scolded by all the main character girls including Chitose. The main antagonist in this installment is a first year student named Kazuki, and yes read more
Sep 6, 2014
DefaultBot (All reviews)
After watching both seasons, I am still baffled by the fact that the main protagonist put up with the girls, who are unreasonable, violent and extremely selfish. But then again, who cares, it's a harem anime, and most of the harem protagonists are dumb. Let's move on.

The work is average in the sense that it fulfills the criteria of being a harem anime, although their jokes are not funny and the character development-wait a minute, there wasn't character development. If you are looking for an interesting series with sense and storyline, this is not where you should be looking.