JK-MESHI!

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2.3
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  • 9 out of 9 people found this review helpful:
    I love it! I love everything about it
    Reading the reviews on this, it seems many of the viewers don't understand that the people who are making this anime are inexperienced and trying their best to make it as great as possible for their viewers. At the end they even thank us and support us in our goals
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  • 10 out of 13 people found this review helpful:
    It's an anime --- JK.
    This is a cheap flash animation. The best thing I can say about it is that the voice acting seems to be well done. The script seems weak or at least untranslatable, and, well, I'm probably not the target audience for the food portion either, since I don't tend to have leftover miso soup lying around that I can throw a tomato at. (Did I mention how cheap the art looks?) Pass.
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  • 8 out of 9 people found this review helpful:
    Super low budget, okay concept
    I'm probably going to continue watching this simply because it isn't very long and I like the food preparation tips. Tomato slices with miso? Okay.

    It seems to be an excuse to teach some basic things about Japanese cooking.

    Crunchyroll says I need a longer review, but I don't see what else there is to say about JK Meshi.
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  • 4 out of 4 people found this review helpful:
    Much better than most of the reviews would lead you to believe
    Why watch one episode and then give a show a 1 star review? Most of the reviewers watched the first episode, didn't get it and gave the show 1 star.

    Yes JK-Meshi is a low budget web-animation, but it's also fun and cute. The premise is simple, in each episode the girls spend about 2.5 minutes making some jokes and doing something together. Then they spend the last minute cooking something very ...
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  • 3 out of 5 people found this review helpful:
    Educating and entertaining to say the least.
    JK-Meshi is an anime about three high school girls studying for tests, talking about school stuff, and having a laugh or two. All while leading up to a very informative cooking segment in the end. This may not be your cup of tea, and that's fine, but I like to base shows on the concept and less about the quality of the aesthetic. The animation itself isn't the best, it looks like it was made in a ...
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  • 3 out of 5 people found this review helpful:
    Staying to see where this goes
    I'll admit, the art style was not what I was expecting and was rather simple. The episode was short, though we managed to learn a bit about each character. The part I actually liked was learning how the dish was cooked and (aside from the tomatoes) thought it sounded actually tasty. Not sure if I'll stay with this one, but I am going to hang around for a bit.

    (10/13/2015)
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  • Unexpectedly Charming
    I found this anime to be surprisingly sweet and intelligent. The girls were talking about real subjects like normal students, and preparing (mostly) nutritional snacks at the same time. I thoroughly enjoyed every episode, despite the less than perfect animation and short episodes. I really hope the creators go on to great things!
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  • I needed a longer title
    it's cute, it's dumb, it's fun, and it's a few minutes long. It's a slice of life on a budget, don't go into it expecting something amazing and you'll probably enjoy it too. It's just a few kids sitting around chatting about random school stuff and then they make some snacks.
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  • 2 out of 4 people found this review helpful:
    created by a Nutritionist?
    While loaded with enough info to be a PSA on late night cable, this does not push any anime buttons for me. Ok it is animated.
    Very well researched. Its like going back to Nutritional Science 215. Could be played in school for a class.
    It's just not anime.
    (Based on 2 posted episodes)
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