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Bokura no Shokutaku
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by Gouki
Jun 9, 2023
10 of 10 episodes seen
Completed 0
Overall 9.5
Story 9.5
Acting/Cast 10
Music 9.0
Rewatch Value 8.5

"A warming hug whenever you need, a heartful show that heals your heart"

Since this one doesn't have many things for RFI (Room For Improvement), so I'll list the cons first, then end it with what I like about it:

+ First, it was too many flashbacks scenes, even though the show was more than enough length to contain them
+ Second, the talk to solve Hozumi's family problem near the end of the show wasn't satisfying enough
+ Third and last, the slowing pace, which usually saw in dramas that have life genre in it, could cause easy to boring feelings when we watch it -> Luckily, this one knows how to solve the plots before it came to boring

Here's what I loved about this show:
+ No twist, no pushy plots, no cringy. Just a peaceful, slow pace life genre drama, and you find love inside it
+ Although this one is adapted from manga, this one splendidly follows the original, even filling the lacks that the original was unable to do that
+ The interactions between the two MLs: based on their respect between them, peacefully and slowly came to each other, especially how Iijima made those eye-contact scenes and Inukai nailed emotional scenes. Most of all, the realistic day-to-day interactions, I truly love romance shows that use day-to-day interactions methods to bring two lead roles together
+ The OST, Andante ni Sunadokei and Tooi Kuni, perfectly fit the show, but the highlight truly belongs to Tooi Kuni, the ending song that roots me every time I watch it
+ Tane, the kid that brings Yutaka and Minoru together. I usually have an anxious feeling whenever I saw shows that use kids as a major part of the show, but Maeyama plays it perfectly, that I really think that this kid was the real-life Tane and he doesn't even need a try to act, he really plays it flawlessly lol

Overall, this one is a perfect show whenever you need something to refuel your heart, but don't overwatch it so many times, you'll find yourself bored watching it due to the slow pace.

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