Hinamatsuri Anime Review

I had never heard anything about Hinamatsuri before watching it, so I had no idea what I was getting myself into.

But boy, am I glad I started it!

I had had a hankering for a good comedy, so I just looked through that genre for something, anything, to satisfy it.

And Hinamatsuri was there.

The description reminded me a bit of The Disastrous Life of Saiki K, but with an adopted dad (I have a soft spot for those).

I finished it in 2-3 days.

The show is about Hina and Nitta. Hina has telekinetic powers and shows up in Nitta’s apartment encased in a metal egg. After getting Nitta to open it and let her out, she begins demanding he feed her. He refuses, asking who she is and where she came from.

Now, Nitta collects many rare, expensive vases. Hina decides to use them to get what she wants.

By smashing some.

Afraid she’ll break even more, Nitta agrees to let her stay.

Hinamatsuri follows Hina going to school, trying to get Nitta a date, and making friends.

It also has a homeless telekinetic girl, a middle school bartender, and a conspiracy nut.

All in all, it was incredibly entertaining.

Age Rating- 13+

Some nudity, a “girly club”, and lots of drinking, smoking, and a little violence.

I don’t remember much cussing.

1-10 Would I Recommend?



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Published by AlexCharming

Alex is the oldest daughter of 8, soon to be 9, kids. They are all homeschooled. She enjoys reading, listening to music, and working outside. Alex is currently working on her first book.

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