Now that the first episodes for all the winter shows has finally aired, it’s time to share my impressions for rest of the shows I decided to watch.
Nyanko Days – Episode 1 and 2
Since the episodes are only like a few minutes long, I won’t necessarily cover them weekly. Still, from watching the first two episodes, the kitten girls are adorable. Yes, to the point where one can literally get a heart attack by how cute they are. There is no wonder why Konagai Yuuko don’t have any friends. At least she has them to keep them company.
Urara Meirochou – Episodes 1 and 2
I have to admit that this show is surprisingly enjoyable. When Chiya turned 15 years old, she arrived in Meirochou. After arriving there, her animals stole food, causing shop keepers to get angry at her for stealing. In other words, Chihaya showed her belly, causing the guards to react awkwardly. I have to admit that is silly, especially given Saku’s reactions to it.
It gets funnier when she runs into Kon and eventually meets Koume. They find out that they got invited to become a professional Urara, who can see one’s fate and guide people. She attempts to reveal Kon’s and Koume’s bellies. In short, Saku almost kicked them out. Thankfully Nina save them before that happened. She eventually introduces her to her little sister, Nono.
In the second episode, we learn about Chiya’s reason for coming to Meirochou. She wants to look for her lost mother. She knows that she is in the city. Sadly, she doesn’t know who she looks like since she was raised by Setsu for most of her life. The only way she can find her is having a legendary top rank Urara help her. Of course, for her to do that, Chiya has to work hard with her training, not cheat. She eventually promises Saku that she would take that route.
Aside from that, there are a lot of funny moments. It seems that Chiya has grown close to Saku, causing Shiozawa and Ooshima to become jealous. Also, we see the girls do their first lesson, shooting star fortune-telling. It seems that Chiya was too into it that she didn’t realize her hair was on fire. Nono put it out with water, which messes up their fortune-telling. Either way, it’s nice to see Chiya and Kon grow closer to each other now they tell each other their secrets. It seems that they have potential to become a good couple.