Midori No Hibi review

       Yesterday I finished watching Midori no Hibi (Midori Days). It’s a shoujo anime that involves 2 main characters, Seiji Sawamura and Midori Kasugano. This is a slice of life anime so it takes place in and around town. Midori has a huge crush on Seiji, yet she can’t bring herself to say so. The next day they wake up and BAM! She’s now his right hand…. awkward? How does this happen?! The mystery is left unsolved. Over time they get used to each other and Midori admits she sooo incredibly in LOVE with Seiji. I don’t understand why Seiji disregards the fact but everytime Midori confesses he just shrugs it off. The artwork wasn’t anything special, it was okay. Midori often looks like a cute puppet when she wears her dresses (: I was kinda thrown off by the way Kouta was drawn. He looked way too young to be in highschool. The combination of his ‘puppy dog’ face and school uniform caused some incongruence for me. Throughout the anime he was just too girly and could never say what he WANTS. Even still, this anime is hilarious. I’m sure many others who have watched it can say it deserves a 10/10 for most laughs. I’d definitely recommend it to someone who likes shoujo animes with a twist.

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~ by fae on 10/11/2009.

5 Responses to “Midori No Hibi review”

  1. hey! i’ve been wanting to watch this but i can’t seem to find the time plus it’s not really my genre. but reading your review, seems like it’s pretty hilarious. will give this one a shot 😉

  2. He he! The mystery behind Midori becoming Seiji’s right hand is connected to the fact that Seiji claims he’d end up with no girlfriend, alone with only his right hand as companion. At the same time, Midori wishes to be by Seiji’s side forever, so… That’s where all the mystery goes even if it comes from something rather pervy… 😀
    Seiji disregards Midori’s confessions because he keeps thinking of her as only being his right hand. That’s also why Midori decides to go back to her body. 🙂
    I’m glad you liked it! 🙂

  3. He he! I guess that’s what gave Midori no Hibi the spice i liked so much. 😀

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