KINMOZA!

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  • 3
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4.6
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  • 3 out of 6 people found this review helpful:
    Excellent slice of life and kawaii but missing ..
    I wanted to get into this just to get a good slice of life series started that was fresh. The only thing missing is the lack of depth within the characters. The slice of life series gets most people hooked because they feel like they want to know more about the characters in the series, this is as shallow as a puddle when it comes to defined characters. None of them made me want to continue ...
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  • 3 out of 3 people found this review helpful:
    Top-notch slice-of-life comedy
    So I'm five episodes in, and what can I say? This anime is fantastic. I've seen lots of moeblob anime and slice-of-life stuff, but a lot of it simply regurgitates the same old jokes over and over. This one's different. Sure, it fits the mould of its genre, but it has an interesting extra angle: the differences between Japan the West (in this case England). As a student of Japanese, I'm able to ...
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    KINMOZA is crazy kawaii!
    Every season I look for a little slice-of-life just to take the edge off, and KINMOZA is this season's go-to series for me! The friendship between two very different families--one English and one Japanese--blossoms into a deep personal friendship between their daughters, Alice and Shinobu, as each takes a turn living with the other. All the usual cross-cultural situations come into play, ...
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  • 2 out of 2 people found this review helpful:
    oh my goodness its so kawaii!
    After watching the first two episodes I can safety say my cuteness itch has been scratched. Now the first episode was ok, kinda boring but episode 2 is where I was sold on this show. Now its not one of the best shows from this season (summer 2013) but it looks like its going to be the cutest. If you are looking for a new cute girls doing cute things anime you found it. MOE MOE KYUN!!!
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  • 7 out of 7 people found this review helpful:
    Well.... that was cute.
    Well the description of the series was pretty vague, but it's not like I'm gonna sleep at 2am so I gave it a shot. Here's my overall breakdown.

    Slice of Life: Wow nothing groundbreaking there, but I do have a soft spot for it
    Cute animation: Well it better be, to offset the lack of plot (Not that plot is important for S-o-L anime)
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  • 1 out of 2 people found this review helpful:
    First Reaction to Episode 1
    KINMOZA shows the cultural differences between two countries England and Japan. During the first episode I kept thinking about how the plot would unfold since the girls barely spoke each others language. However after finishing episode one I can say this anime has potential. If you are interested in slide of life comedy animes this is a must watch for you, hope you enjoy.
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  • 3 out of 54 people found this review helpful:
    Unbearably Cute Garbage.
    Girls acting too young for their age (but drawn to fit the part, funny enough), with awful language barrier jokes and hilariously bad background art. There is very little to get out of this show. Plenty of other things on Crunchy Roll you could spend your time watching.
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  • 2 out of 29 people found this review helpful:
    Kawaii.. And Engrish
    okay this is a very cute start. Lots of Engrish (Japanese people speaking in English). I had trouble finding a moment when i wasn't laughing or smiling. The first episode was so full of fluffy cute moments that my mouth hurts from smiling. Also its weirdly satisfying to see anime subtitled half in Japanese though i really don't understand why...
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