Shin Chan: Anime

Hey guys, how’s it going? Rahul here coming in with a brand new blog. Really busy with school work and unpacking. Hope everyone has had an amazing week. Let’s begin!



This comedy was written by Yoshito Usui and was aired in April, 1992.

No. of episodes: 958 (ongoing)



Shin-chan is a 5-year-old growing up in Kasukabe. His menacing behavior constantly scandalize everyone around him. Later in the series Shin-chan gains a baby sister, who is following his footsteps.



I’m gonna be honest. I haven’t seen even near to around 900 episodes. I used to watch this show all the time as a kid and occasionally on my TV. This show was one of the most entertaining shows while growing. It was like watching Denace the Menace but better. All the characters, the story development, the new plot in each episode, everything was just so funny and nicely put. But, all that being said, this show is definitely for kinds below the age of 13. I’m not saying you can’t watch it as an adult or anything, but is is usually because of animes like Shin-Chan that people refer to anime as ‘cartoons’ and honestly you can’t argue with them if the only ones they have seen are Shin-Chan, Doraemon, and Kiterestsu. The anime had a hilarious opening and was just to cheerful and joyous throughout. Introduction of the sister was one of the best things they could do and the fact that they come up with more and more ideas every episode is just so fascinating and amazing. It always felt like he had the most ideal childhood; great friends, awesome family, and so much freedom. The whole concept is just so fulfilling. I wouldn’t really recommend this unless you just feel like letting your childishness take over you. Overall funny and nostalgic.



I would give this anime 4/5 stars.

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