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23 September 2011

Yawning Nonetheless :: Reviewing Azumanga Daioh Anime Part 3


Kagura
Despite being the sixth member in the five-man lineup, Kagura definitely does not play second fiddle and is just as goofy and likable as her friends. She’s the most hot-blooded of the group and is often seen playing the role of the headstrong, almost juvenilely-pugilistic ruffian. As she excels at sports, but not at schoolwork, she makes quick friends with Tomo and Osaka (and thus the Knuckleheadsare born) and finds a lofty rival in Sakaki.

Kagura is probably the most well-rounded of the cast as she possesses Yomi’s common sense (without her inferiority complex), Osaka’s unconcerned braindead-ness, Tomo’s bombastic belligerence, Chiyo’s optimistic mindset, and Sakaki’s honed athleticism.
Everyone Else
Surprisingly, one of the most entertaining characters in the show isn’t even a member of the mainnakama. Yes, homeroom English teacher Yukari-sensei is unfailingly amusing to watch in action as she is somehow less mature and significantly less responsible than 99% the students in her class (the exception of course being Tomo who is probably a good indication of what “Yukari-chan” was like as a student). She’s prone to flying into a frenzy whenever things don’t go her way (which is often), much to the chagrin of her fellow co-worker, Minamo Kurosawa.

The two are as hilarious to watch play off each other as Tomo and Yomi. Whereas “Nyamo” is levelheaded and professional, Yukari acts like an adult child, constantly making bets with her and roping her into heated competitions such as the yearly sports festival. Nyamo usually responds with either indifference or a snappy, snarky retort of her own, which always leaves Yukari pitiably dejected.
Finally, there’s Kimura-sensei, notorious for his unrivaled eccentricity despite being a kind-hearted, devoted, and charitable husband and father. His stalker-esque obsession with school girls truly knows no bounds.

Poor Kaorin.With an outstanding cast of characters, AzuDai warmly invites you with open arms to chill out with a quirky and sugary, yet pure and empathic (as in not overly-exaggerated) group of high school girls. The heartwarming feeling of just kicking back with them hits so close to home that you might even take one of them as your waifu by the time the bittersweet graduation rolls around.

FootNote ~ End Of Part 3. I know, people hate to read long entry right? I had to made it short in 3 part. hahahhahah and for i me? i would suggest you if you love the Japanese culture or want to know how it's feel if you have a chance to live at Japan? or it keep you remember the good old days.. hahahaha luv all.

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