Barakamon was a cute and funny show I watched in the summer (。´‿`♡)

Left to right (not kids): Tamako Arai, Miwa Yamamura, Seishuu Handa, Hiroshi Kido…. Left to right (kids): Naru Kotoishi, Hina Kubota, Kentarou Oohama.

Genres: Slice-of-Life, Comedy, Shounen.
My Rating: 8
Episodes: 12
Episode Length: 22minutes
Aired: July 2014 – Sept 2014
Rated: PG13

Mangaka: Yoshino Satsuki
Released: 2009
Chapters: 26

Description: Handa Seishuu is a 23-year-old famous calligrapher living in Tokyo. One day at an exhibition, Handa punches an elderly gallery curator for calling his work “unoriginal.” As a result, Handa’s father sends him off to a small remote island (Goto islands) as a punishment. Moving from the city to the remote island, Handa finds himself interacting with the villagers, living a very different life, and most of all, being influenced by a little girl named Kotoishi Naru. As Handa spends time on the island, he begins to find his own calligraphy, and he begins to change.

– Handa is referred to as sensei or teacher throughout the anime. (NOTE I WATCH IN SUB)
– I’ve read bits of the manga (chapters not in order), and I really like it so far.
– Personally, I would re-watch the anime (a million times). It’s not super long or filled with nonsense drama/stressful cliffhangers, so I would be able to enjoy and relax watching the anime again
– The manga is still continuing, so there could be a season 2. BUT the ending is pretty concluding and satisfactory, so I don’t think the anime needs to continue.
– Read the manga here.

I will be able to get quiet a few posts in this week thanks to my 4 day weekend! ♪ヽ(´▽`)ノ


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