Akebi-chan no Sailor-fuku
- PG-13 - Teens 13 or older TV
- 23 min per ep
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Seventh season of the Washimo series.
There’s a new tough guy transfer student in Tokyo. His name is Tokio and he’s raring to see how scrappy the locals are. But when he comes face-to-face with a Japan-obsessed red-haired kid that won’t leave him alone until he tells him exactly what prefecture he’s from, his life takes a turn for the crazy! This kid isn’t just Japan obsessed, he’s developed a martial art based on all the different prefectures in the country! (Source: VIZ Media)
As Yumeko Jabami’s fame grows and the reputation of the student council dwindles, Kirari Momobami decides to revolutionize the group. To this end, she announces an election for its next president. The rules are simple: each student in the school receives one chip. Whoever has the most chips by the end of thirty days becomes both the new president and the head of the Momobami clan. Upon receiving news of this development, the Momobami branch families spring into action. Eleven transfer students arrive at Hyakkao Private Academy, each aiming to lead both the school and the Momobami clan. Equipped with unique talents, they will compete to get as many chips as possible—but their chips are not the only things on the line. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Nagomu Irino returns to his Kyoto home for the first time in ten years when his father is hospitalized. Nagomu is eager to take over Ryokushou, the family’s Japanese sweet shop, but he’s instead asked to be a father figure to Itsuka Yukihira, the girl everyone calls the successor. (Source: Manga Translation Battle)
At Maigahara Music College Affiliate School Maigahara Senior High (abbreviated as MaiMai) that gathers the most promising musical talents, there’s a rumor circulating among students. “If you give an amazing performance at the school festival, you get special extra credit (or so they say).” Serina’s grades are not very good, so she immediately believes the rumor and decides to form a band. (Source: ANN)
Midori Asakusa sees the world a bit differently. Always having her nose in a sketchbook, Asakusa draws detailed landscapes and backgrounds of both the world around her and the one within her boundless imagination. Even the simple act of doodling on a wall evolves into an emergency repair on the outer hull of her spaceship. She is only brought back to reality by her best friend Sayaka Kanamori. The pair are stark opposites, with Asakusa’s childlike wonder contrasted by Kanamori’s calculated approach to life. After a chance encounter where the two “save” the young model Tsubame Misuzaki from her overprotective bodyguard, a connection instantly sparks between Asakusa and Misuzaki, as both share an intense passion for art and animation. Whereas Asakusa is interested in backgrounds and settings, Misuzaki loves drawing the human form. Sensing a money-making opportunity, Kanamori suggests that they start an animation club, which they disguise as a motion picture club since the school already has an anime club. Thus begins the trio’s journey of producing animation that will awe the world. From the brilliant mind of Masaaki Yuasa, Eizouken ni wa Te wo Dasu na! is a love letter to animation, wildly creative in its approach, and a testament to the potential of the medium. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Shidou Itsuka carries on with his quest for Ratatoskr in finding Spirits and trying to seal their powers, all while maintaining his relationships with the ones he had already sealed. Moreover, as new Spirits appear, he must undergo more complicated trials—all to put a stop to further disasters as he discovers more about the Spirits’ origin. [Written by MAL Rewrite]
Third Season of Ma-eum-uisoli.