WWW.Working: Anime

Hey guys, how’s it going? Rahul here coming in with a brand new blog. Hope everyone has had an amazing week. Our mid terms started… No words to be spoken. Let’s continue the re-review series. So, let’s begin!



This slice of life, drama, comedy anime was made by Kamakura Yumi and was released in October, 2016.

No. of episodes: 13


  • Higashida Daisuke
  • Adachi Masahiro
  • Kamakura Shiho
  • Kondou Kisaki
  • Kouno Takuya
  • Miyakoshi Hana
  • Muranushi Sayuri
  • Shindou Yuuta



After Higashida’s father’s company goes bankrupt he is not given an allowance anymore. Also, due to his family’s “always happy” attitude he need to find a way to get out of the house. To earn money he begins to work part-time at a restaurant where he meet all sort of ‘odd’ people with their own odd story to tell. He also encounters new situations changing his outlook of life.



This anime is the definition of simple. I had this random anime spurge where I was watching 3-4 anime’s a day and this anime was just a result of boredom. I would not “regret” watching this anime. But it really makes me wonder if I have too much free time. The story itself is quite entertaining. There is its own form of light comedy, light drama, light romance but heavy appeal. You can really see how hard the people tried to make this anime work but it didn’t really. The opening song was just way too kiddish for me to hear more tan twice or thrice. What I really did like was how each character had their own importance and their own story about their life and everything wasn’t centered around the protagonist. The ending was actually pretty nice and “emotional” (not that it struck any of mine though). I honestly wouldn’t even recommend this anime unless you have seen over a 100 anime’s and are like SUPER bored. Overall ok.



I would give this anime 2.5/5 stars.

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