‘Oreshura is a Japanese anime series inspired by Yuji Yuji’s light novels. The title is “My Girlfriend and Childhood Friend Fight Too Much.” If you’ve watched the anime, you’ll know that it very closely follows the title’s subject.
The thing with ‘Oreshura’ is that it plays out just like a harem rom-com should. It is unremarkable and, for the most part, unremarkable.
Nonetheless, this simplicity makes it so attractive, and there aren’t too many reasons to dislike it. Even the anime’s plot lacks depth, yet this lightheartedness makes it stand out.
As a generic harem, you wouldn’t expect much from the show’s characters. However, the characters, particularly the main protagonist, are unexpectedly charming.
Though most of them are based on standard harem tropes, it’s amusing to observe how amicable they are to one another. The program thrives on the ties it forges between its characters. They are basic, charming, and amusing and gradually become more powerful as the program unfolds.
The anime’s art and animation are not all that horrible, despite its hackneyed representation of the characters.
However, in light of A-1 Studios’ prior work, it seems as if they did drop the ball on this one. The artwork has an underlying light-colored tone that takes time to adjust to. If you can get over that, you may love the aesthetics as well, but for the majority of fans, this was a letdown.
Even the sound fails to play the role that it should work in a romantic setting, possibly why the show’s finale isn’t all that memorable. The opening and closing themes are rather nice and contribute significantly to the show’s cheery atmosphere.
Overall, ‘Oreshura’ is not one of the finest anime series out there, but it manages to stay afloat by never falling flat. The primary credit for this belongs to the characters, which effectively keep the program from slacking, as many others in the genre do, and make it pleasant from start to finish.
Avoid this program if you’re seeking something serious to watch, but if you’re searching for something really happy that sometimes makes no sense, you should watch it.
Oreshura Season 2 Release Date
Season 1 of ‘Oreshura’ began on January 6, 2013, and concluded on March 31, 2013. The anime gained considerable popularity shortly after its premiere, and most fans who watched it expressed a high level of enjoyment.
The light novel that serves as its source material has not concluded, which means that the anime will have plenty of stuff to work with in the future years.
However, given the show’s popularity, it is very unlikely to return for a full season after all these years. At this moment, the release date of ‘Oreshura’ season 2 in 2022 or 2023 seems to be a faraway dream.
The show’s fan base seems to have diminished significantly, and all we can anticipate from it now is an OVA that closes the series for us. Keep an eye on this area for more news updates on the subject. Until then, maybe you could begin reading light novels.
Eita Kidou is a talented high-school student who always ranks at the top of his class, but unlike other children his age, he hates the concept of love. His life seems to be rather normal, and he spends most of his time with Chiwa Harusaki, a childhood friend.
However, his world is turned upside down one day when Masuzu Natsukawa, the school’s most gorgeous girl, proclaims her love for him. It perplexes him, and he wonders why she would choose him out of all the boys in school.
This is when it is discovered that Masuzu is feigning dating to trick everyone around them into thinking they are dating.
Recognizing that Eita is unlikely to accept her proposal, she attempts to blackmail him by threatening to divulge one of his secrets to the whole school. Eita succumbs and agrees to participate in this whole event.
However, his ex-girlfriend, Himeka, soon learns about this and intervenes. As if things couldn’t get any worse, Eita’s fiancé learns about this and enters the fight.
Now, Eita must cope with the issues of one fictitious relationship and the troubles that will arise from his relationships with three separate ladies.