Nichijou – My Ordinary Life + OVA 720p Eng Sub BD HEVC
Nichijou primarily focuses on the daily antics of a trio of childhood friends—high school girls Mio Naganohara, Yuuko Aioi and Mai Minakami—whose stories soon intertwine with the young genius Hakase Shinonome, her robot caretaker Nano, and their talking cat Sakamoto.
With every passing day, the lives of these six, as well as of the many people around them, experience both the calms of normal life and the insanity of the absurd. Walking to school, being bitten by a talking crow, spending time with friends, and watching the principal suplex a deer: they are all in a day’s work in the extraordinary everyday lives of those in Nichijou.
- Type: TV
- Episodes: 26
- Status: Finished Airing
- Aired: Apr 3, 2011 to Sep 25, 2011
- Premiered: Spring 2011
- Broadcast: Unknown
- Producers: Lantis, Kadokawa Shoten,Movic, Rakuonsha, Kadokawa Pictures Japan, KlockWorx, Animation Do
- Licensors: FUNimation Entertainment,Bandai Entertainment
- Studios: Kyoto Animation
- Source: Manga
- Genres: Slice of Life, Comedy, School
- Duration: 23 min. per ep.
- Rating: PG-13 – Teens 13 or older
Every episode is a series of semi-random “moments” in each of the characters’ lives. As far as an actual storyline goes, there is no distinct beginning or end to Nichijou. No goal, no real conflict – as to be expected of a slice of life, “storyless.” There isn’t a lot happening in the story but there are some really beautiful moments that do advance the plot.
Stunning. Characters are distinct, cute, and thoroughly enjoyable to look at. Animation has very fluid movements, and the “camera” work, especially during the funny scenes, is just brilliant. One thing that I particularly adore about this anime is the fact that, as opposed to some anime like Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood, in which the art style becomes overly-simplistic during moments of comedy, Nichijou’s art style becomes vastly more serious and dramatic for almost all of the hilarious moments. Without losing an ounce of fluidity, Nichijou will abruptly switch from cute and colorful to intense, fast-paced action with over-the-top explosions and yelling. Everything about the art in this anime is something to behold.
Hats off to Hyadain, as he did both of the OP songs and one of the ED songs, which are fun and upbeat, as expected of him. The background music is also very well-done, it’s unobtrusive and mellow, allowing the characters themselves to set the mood more so than the music.
This is the glue that holds the entire thing together. The characters make up for the lack of a concrete story and then some – this anime is definitely NOT just something pretty to look at. During the few times that the plot progresses, so do the characters. They learn and grow, they have problems and they help each other. I found myself growing attached to all of the characters, I don’t think there is a bad one in the bunch.
An honest score, to say the least. I truly am happy I stumbled upon this show. Comedy is very subjective and this is exactly my type of humour. Maybe that’s why it’s one of my personal favourite comedy anime. But again, this anime is very random and not everyone’s cup of tea.
There were so many parts, where i questioned what happened, laughed hysterically and just started blankly, speechless.
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