Seitokai Yakuindomo – What Happens When A Boy Enrolls To An Ex-All-Girl-School

Ah I haven’t posted anything to the blog quite sometime and I could feel that Kaza-kun is glaring at me for my tardiness^^. Anyway, Seitokai Yakuindomo is one of the animes that I’m currently following and I have to say that this series has successfully make me laugh almost all the time. The story resembles a lot to Seitokai no Ichizon, which is the story of 4 student council members in Ousai High School.

Takatoshi Tsuda is the main character for this anime and he just attended Ousai Gakuen. To make things completely new for him, this gakuen is a former all-girls high school. Therefore, the number of male students are very scarce. There, he met Shino Amakusa, a second year student and the president of Ousai High School student council. Since Shino Amakusa in her previous year experienced a non-boy students, she is very excited to the point that she wants to know what isn’t being taught in the health class.

So, we kinda have a female character who has quite a perverse thinking. Shino’s friend, Aria Shichijo, is no different from her in the perverseness of their mind. Between these two, we could get them talking about genitalia topics out on the whim regardless Tsuda is in front of them. The cute part is they discuss it with such innocence and sometime that makes me, who is watching, either laugh in silliness or blush in embarrassment. Since I also have experience an all-girl school during my teenager, I get the feeling that the girl’s common sense can get a little bit distorted to the point that boys can’t see us as the usual-typical ladylike girl.

Taking aside my digression there, next come Suzu Hagimura, another member of the student council which is the same grade as Tsuda. Tsuda in their first encounter mistook her for a lost child which enraged Hagimura by throwing one of her shoes and hit Tsuda’s face. The rest of the story, however, will be kept for you to watch for yourself. In comparison to Seitokai no Ichizon, I personally prefer Seitokai Yakuindomo since the parody is very subtle, no overly ignorant slapstick jokes, and it is just not too noisy when the jokes are brought out. Also, it is a refreshing story where the perverse character is not on the male but the female instead. You can get a funny yet a cute atmosphere when the girls are spitting out dirty jokes innocently^^.


5 responses to “Seitokai Yakuindomo – What Happens When A Boy Enrolls To An Ex-All-Girl-School

  1. This series is similar to Seitokai no Ichizon, but I must admit that this one makes me laugh much harder.
    On top of that, we have the girl from the newspaper club voiced by Kuroko. What more can you ask.

    Looking forward to it each week. Tanoshii desu!

  2. Yes, Hata makes the story funnier with her “obaa-san” accent. She usually is bullied by Shino for her lust in getting pervert picture of Shino. Hata always succeed in making me laugh with her antiques and how she do it expressionlessly.

  3. Funny, I have watch both anime and seitokai no yakuindomo make me laugh harder but honestly, I like seitokai no ichizon more. probably because it has a little bit more plot than seitokai yakuindomo And the character types in seitokai no ichizon have more varieties. I mean, Seitokai yakuindomo’s main characters can be divided to 2 parts, boke perverts and tsukkomi chaste(altough a bit perverseness is unavoidable)

    Everyone is entitled for their own opinion though :)
    1 question though Souza, which character do you like the most.
    (sorry for my almost mediocore english, 3rd language)

  4. Really? my fav is Suzu, the almost tsun, kinda like tamer Taiga but using more big word…
    How about you Lucillia( Should include this with prev. comment but posting in 3 am (my timezone) really has an effect to the brain it seems… Sorry

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