Oh my Noitamina, on screen penetration already?

This isn’t my type of anime show (you’re probably seeing a pattern here) however, I do commend the series’ sharp dialogue, a rarity in TV anime. The two male leads don’t particularly share eye opening conversations, but Jun Fukuyama and Yuuchi Nakamura’s performances are very believable.

I like how intimate this anime feels, it’s almost as if you’ve known these characters for a while. Although that may be the result of me having watched too many Jdramas.

Unfortunately, the rest of of it is drab. But after sitting through four atrocious harem shows, complaining so much about the show is simply unfair. It’s heartfelt, well produced and the small movements of every character is an absolute delight to watch. I probably won’t blog the series, but I’ll keep watching until it keeps my interest. I don’t want to be that blogger who loves EVERY NOITAMINA SHOW EVAR but it’s hard not to praise Natsuyuki Rendezvous after having a wild night with WHO IS IMOUTO?

Verdict: Definitely for the more sentimental anime viewer, if you’re into that sort of thing then Natsuyuki Rendezvous is a must watch.