Genres: comedy, slice of life Themes: moe, school, school life, yuri Objectionable content: Mild Plot Summary: Right after starting middle school, Akari Akaza joins the Amusement Club which is composed solely by her two childhood friends, Kyouko Toshinou and Yui Funami. Chinatsu Yoshikawa, Akaza’s classmate, becomes a member after finding out about the dissolution of the Tea Club. The Amusement Club, situated at the tea room facility since the Tea Club disbanded, has no clear purpose, being free for the girls to do whatever they want. Number of episodes: 12 Vintage: 2011-07-04
Genres: comedy, slice of life Themes: middle school, moe, otaku, school life, yuri Objectionable content: Mild Plot Summary: [i]The middle school days of Akari and co. resume normally as they enjoy their fun times together again. Number of episodes: 12 Vintage: 2012-07-02
This actually looks like it might be really fun!
Currently, this OP song is my super addiction, as I just can’t stop listening to it, especially now that the full version has been posted for me to listen to.
Kyoko’s clay model of Chinatsu was just way too funny.
Since it was digitized, it also makes me wonder what Chinatsu’s clay model was of.
Not to mention, Chinatsu’s ‘romantic’ story, that just scared the hell out of everyone.
Random drawing dates all around!
Giving us some nice character development.
Pairing 1: Ayano/Yui
An awkward pairing in which they really didn’t do anything but sit on a bench and talk. Though they did come to realize, they both have similar close friends that they care for.
Pairing 2: Sakurako/Himawari
This one was rather inevitable, even with the random number drawing. They’re both extreme tsundere characters towards eachother, and it was rather humorous watching them interact while eating, especially when they started feeding eachother.
Pairing 3: Chitose/Akari
This one was also rather fitting. Two super nice characters who work hard at making other happy.
Pairing 4: Chinatsu/Kyoko
And the pairing that I’m sure was Kyoko’s ultimate goal.
Though interestingly enough, we actually get to see a softer nicer side of Kyoko towards Chinatsu during the date. She’s a lot more considerate of Chinatsu on the date, rather than her usual over-the-top forcefulness. Though she does try to get her way during the movie, but either on purpose or pure coincidence, Chinatsu was having none of it.
All in all, the pairings actually seemed to work out.
The New Years cards were fun too.
Especially Chinatsu’s ‘scary’ art ones.
I have to say though, Kyoko dressed as Santa was just awesome!