Clean Freak! Aoyama kun

Keppeki Danshi! Aoyama-kun

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He is charming, cool, athletic, a good cook, but more importantly, he's a clean freak. Aoyama is idolized and respected by everyone, but they can only admire him from afar due to his mysophobia. Despite that, he plays soccer—a rather dirty sport! As the playmaker for Fujimi High School's soccer club, Aoyama avoids physical contact at all cost and cleanly dribbles toward victory. However, the path to Nationals will not be easy for Fujimi's underdog team. But alongside striker Kaoru Zaizen, Aoyama will show everyone that even as a clean freak, there are things he's willing to get dirty for.

User Rating: 4.8 ( 2 votes)


English: Clean Freak! Aoyama-kun
Japanese: 潔癖男子!青山くん
Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jul 3, 2017 to Sep 18, 2017
Premiered: Summer 2017
Broadcast: Sundays at 00:00 (JST)
Producers: Sotsu, TMS Entertainment, Pony Canyon, KlockWorx, Tokyo MX, East Japan Marketing & Communications
Licensors: Ponycan USA
Studios: Studio Hibari
Source: Manga
Genres: Comedy, Seinen, Sports
Duration: 23 min per ep
Rating: PG-13 – Teens 13 or older
Resolution: 720p, 480p
Type: BD, Eng Sub


Kazuya Ichikawa – Director
Hajime Takakuwa – Sound Director
Midori Gotou – Script, Series Composition
Bentham – Theme Song Performance
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Theme Songs

OP1: “White” by Bentham
ED1: “Taiyou ga Kureta Kisetsu (太陽がくれた季節)” by Fujimi Koukou Soccer-bu [Aoyama-kun (Ryotaro Okiayu), Kaoru Zaizen (Tomokazu Seki), Kazuma Sakai (Soichiro Hoshi), Jin Tsukamoto (Daisuke Sakaguchi), Taichi Yoshioka (Hiroyuki Yoshino)] (eps 1-4
ED2: “Taiyou ga Kureta Kisetsu (太陽がくれた季節)” by Jin Tsukamoto (Daisuke Sakaguchi) (ep 5)

Episode List

01: Aoyama-kun Is a Clean Freak!
02: Aoyama-kun, Do You Remember?
03: The Reason Aoyama-kun Isn’t Here
04: Narita-kun Keeps It a Secret
05: Tsukamoto-kun’s Life Is All About Laughs
06: Ozaki-kun Has His Pride
07: Odagiri-san Can’t Get It In
08: Umeya-kun Is Very Patient
09: Miwa-chan Wants to Do a Training Camp
10: Aoyama-kun Has Many Secrets
11: Sakai-kun’s Hairstyle Has Changed
12: The Reason Behind Aoyama-kun’s Choice



Bears a strong resemblance to “Sakamoto Desu Ga?” albeit the jokes aren’t as funny and there is no clear plotline in sight.


Unfunny jokes, painful to watch, awful lead character


A shitty show that lived on butt jokes and character tropes. I watched because I hoped it would get better. It had potential, but failed.


An entertaining comedy involving a soccer ace who happens to be a germaphobe. Sounds weird but its pretty damn funny.


Clean it.


There is no excuse to being dirty.


I want a second season