A psychic girl starts living with a yakuza.
Just as I said it would be before the series even started, it was fucking great. The only flaw is it was too short. An absolutely hilarious show. But also dramatic and touching at times. I especially loved Anzu’s homeless story, and Hitomi joining the working world.
But, honestly, the manga is approximately ten times better. The delivery of the jokes is better and the timing is much faster, just due to the format. If you liked this I highly recommend giving the manga a shot as well.
- Storytelling – A – Hilarious.
- Voice – A – Wow.
- Characters – A – Superb.
- Attention Grab – A – Kept me excited for the next episode.
- Production – B – Pretty good.
- Overall – A-
Recommendations – Level E, Mob Psycho 100
1 thought on “Hinamatsuri Review — A-”
i have a brand new anime or manga featuring a normal fourteen year old boy named Adam lee he lives in Tokyo Japan he lives with his family which consists of his parents his older brother and his younger sister we see that Adam gets bullied since he is a nerd and a geek he later gets to become friends with a girl named Esther Kim she is raised by her grandfather is a martial arts master named Abraham Kim we see that Abraham lives in other martial arts masters from around the world who became his friends and Esther treats Abraham’s friends as her family as well.