Catching up with Yamada’s first time

All Yamada wants to do is lose her virginity, and eventually sleep with 100 men. While the goal is definitely not as becoming as her gender, her antics of reaching this goal is quite funny. Since she has such high standards and is generally quite scared of committing, she ends up with pursuing Kosuda, the most average and densest person if possible to lose her virginity to.

With how dense Kosuda is, and not upfront Yamada is in her aggressive/passive courtship of Kosuda, there are plenty of mixed signals. There are also plenty of fan service that should either appeal or annoy viewers. The fan service in this show is quite predictable, so I was able to ignore, and concentrate on the main couple.

Since this is a sexual comedy, the comedy comes with the mental thoughts and the various characters ero-conscious selves. This show to me became a tamer version of Futari Ecchi aka Manga Sutura. Censorship shouldn’t be this obvious..

Watching this is an experience to watch if Yamada and Kosuda would actually do it. I find this a quick anime to watch in comparison to a lot of other fan service type of shows. I also happened to enjoy hearing Mamiko Noto’s voice again, and this type in an unlikely character as a older college age meddlesome sister.

Last time Anime Diet covered this anime, Moritheil had one article here, and Ray had three earlier entries, here, here, and here. As of this point Funimation has picked up this title to be released on DVD.

Author: Linda

Linda is a life long fan of anime, and dabbles in a lot of things. She writes with a tentative neutral voice.. and as for that three year anime blogging mark, she tries to defy that as she is gaining a voice in other mediums ie: Twitter. Find her at other places online. "They say a little knowledge is a dangerous thing, but it's not one half so bad as a lot of ignorance." -Terry Pratchett

2 thoughts on “Catching up with Yamada’s first time

  1. I loved this show. Yes, it’s quite funny that she chooses Kosuda for her first time, or hatsutaiken. And her ambition is hyakunin-giri, cutting 100 people with sword, striving to be a Japanese Samantha Jones of Sex and the City. The emergence of nikushoku joshi really fits the time frame. Since the main character is a girl, is this considered as shojo, or more josei? Sex and the City is definitely josei. Anyway, I’m glad that you liked it.

    1. Hmm.. well I thought the topic was pretty josei… pretty much a mixture of fanservice. I actually would normally peg this as a show for guys, but I guess the focus on Yamada made it welcoming for females to watch. Hmm… Samantha Jones huh… if only Yamada was way more forthcoming about what she wants. There weren’t really any other friends other than that one girl to throw her ideas off of.

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