Ooya-san wa Shishunki!

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  • 2 out of 2 people found this review helpful:
    Initial Impressions! A solid start to this anime short.
    I will update this review as more episodes come out. Ooya-san wa Shishunki is the story of Chie Satonaka who is the landlord of an apartment and also happens to be a cute middle school student. A guy (not much information given on him in the first episode) moves into the complex to begin a new life. Not only is he happy to have a cute girl for a landlord, but is also happy to have a cute neighbor ...
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    That's what I call a lighthearted series
    In my opinon this is how lighthearted series should be, I really enjoyed this and the producers seem to be very aware of how this shouldn't be over the top.
    The directory reminds me of Squid Girl in the way it avoids these cliche comedy anime features, and the way the episodes are just shorts reminds me of "I can't understand what my husband is saying"

    I was kinda afraid to watch this... these ...
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  • Short Slice of Life Anime
    A slice of life anime that tugs at the heart strings. The feeling I get from this anime seems to be a independent middle-school girl filling in the role of her parents as the Ooya-san (landlady). Besides thoughts of calling child services, it is mainly to illustrate a responsible and mature (for her age) Chie living day to day with her two tenants. A nice 4-koma anime.

    Recommend: Azumanga ...
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  • 2 out of 2 people found this review helpful:
    Totally A Must Watch!
    I normally don't get into shorts, but this season has some pretty good ones (Ojisan to Marshmallow, Please Tell Me! Galko-chan). This show is easy to get into and you'll end up wishing it was longer. If you are looking for an easy going show, this one is definitely for you!
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  • Pleasant Overall, Not For Everyone
    A pleasant microanime with "cute" as its primary mood. It never really gets funnier than "bemusing" so if you're looking for outright hilarity I'd suggest checking elsewhere (maybe Teekyu?), but despite as slow a start as anime with only 2 minute episodes can have, it's very enjoyable overall, almost relaxing even. The main character is adorable and her antics will put a grin on your face. ...
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  • worth the watch, but don't expect ghost in the shell depth!
    this review is written after watching 12 episodes.

    I don't expect much character development in a short anime. the characters are likable the stories line covered in an episode and it was amusing... that is about what you can ask for . I still don't understand why the intro has to be so long for a short anime, but whom am I to point out the obvious!

    while this isn't a classic, it is ...
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  • good anime short no fanfare yes
    why am i happy there no fanfare because most people would put it in because they think it funny another thing it seems they been doing that a lot for no good sense other then to have it. this wholesome anime is just like it describes it short and cute and you know can watch the whole thing. i would love another season but only if it has the same tone the characters were more mobile
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  • The Landlord Is Adorable
    Before you ask: No, not that Satonaka Chie. That one is from Persona 4. This one is small and cute, and she is also the landlord (despite being in middle school). The show only goes for two minutes at a time, and there is just enough space in there to squeeze in antics involving Chie, two of her tenants (Maeda and Reiko), and her friends at school. You can also catch cameos from ...
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  • Cute and that's about it
    Ignoring the slight creepiness of the one tenant...

    It's adorable and cute and if you enjoyed Komori-san Can't Decline you'll be happy to know it takes place in the same universe (watch for the cameo!) : a 3 minute universe where cute characters do cute things and everyone is happy and smiling.

    It's a nice little pick-me-up, worth a try.

    SO-friendly?
    (My SO has only started ...
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    This show has healed me
    What can I say? I am a defective human being. But this simple and lighthearted short series offered much needed refuge from the lethargy and agony of existence, even if only for a short moment. It is this momentary respite in which I felt, for the first time in what seemed like an eternity, that there is some right with this world, that maybe things will be alright, and that perhaps there is hope ...
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