PLEASE DO NOT MISTAKE IT AS A FANSERVICE BAIT ANIME.Next
It's away from the dense cities or noisy streets of industrial revolutions.
The style leads to over sized heads on a lot of the characters and fairly weird looking jaws and very large eyes, whether or not this bothers you will greatly impact whether or not the art is enjoyable and well received. There is no plot so don't go looking into that and try not to binge the whole thing treat it as a healing anime that you watch in between whatever you may be watching just my suggestion.
However, much to her surprise, the middle school no longer uses sailor uniforms as its dress code—making Komichi stand out from her schoolmates.
Either way, what you walk away with is a charming, endearing, gorgeously animated slice of life show which just happens to have an extreme foot fetish, tons of armpit shots, lipservice, and a cast of cute girls whose clothing hugs their bodies as tightly as it possibly can whenever they stretch or move even slightly. However, went she arrives, she learns the school has since changed their uniforms to more modern blazer jackets and black skirts. In particular the effects for wind, rain, footsteps, lip smacks, butt slaps and other sound effects that accompanied scenes were exceptionally well done.Next
However, akebi's execution effectively makes it benign, innocent, and downright comedic.
The countryside invokes a feeling of nostalgia of a simple yet lush background of life.Next
All that awaited me during my elementary years was making friends and enjoying life as a kid.
Akebi chan does not hide from the fact that it is a cute girl doing cute things show, but it does not try to sacrifice animation or art quality just because it's a slice of life show, this is pretty much why K ON, which was probably the best-looking show of 2010 really took off and still holds its crown. Outside of the animation, even many still frames are absolutely gorgeous with incredible detail and photorealism for birds, fish, insects, water, plants, and general background art, this is on top of many well saturated and intense character still images that are presented in each episode. In the manga, you do, indeed, see a pantyshot, but it was censored from the anime by having her skirt not hike up as far.Next
Activities such as physical education, cultural festival events, or exploring various art mediums are just a few examples.
And finally, Akebi attends an all-girl school so this isn't a show about romantic relationships either.
This art style was very good for allowing for seamless animation and incredible motion fluidity, the lack of overly detailed characters worked in the favor of the show when it came to motion work and every single character is gorgeously animated.