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Uzaki-chan Wants to Hang Out! 

Uzaki-chan wa Asobitai! (original title)
Sakurai Shinichi's one wish is for a little peace and quiet. But Uzaki Hana his boisterous, well-endowed underclassman has other plans. All she wants is to hang out and poke fun at him, this might be the start of a beautiful relationship.
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Kenji Akabane Kenji Akabane ...  Sakurai Shin'ichi 1 episode, 2020
Ricco Fajardo ...  Sakurai 1 episode, 2020
Naomi Ohzora Naomi Ohzora ...  Uzaki Hana 1 episode, 2020
Monica Rial ...  Uzaki 1 episode, 2020
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Uzaki-chan Wants to Hang Out focuses on Hana Uzaki, who meets her high school friend and senpai, Shinichi Sakurai. Having observed his actions for some time, Uzaki comes to the conclusion that her beloved senpai has started to act like a grumpy old man and that he hardly has any friends because of that. Hana, without giving it a thought, immediately decides to fix this unjust cruelty and to hang out with a lonely senpai of hers. Written by Scientiiaa

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I have never laugh that much
1 September 2020 | by josejuandiazcamposSee all my reviews

Uzaki-chan is a very calm anime...sometimes? It kind of has a plot, because many things that happen in one episode, are based in the ones that happened in the last one. And, thanks to this and to the fact that the relationship between Uzaki and Senpai grows in a very funny way, it feels very good to see the development between these two characters.

As we keep watching this 12 episodes anime, we kind of get used to some of the most often jokes that happen, and also to enjoy many of the references that are present in the series (OMAE WA MOU SHINDEIRU xD). And, even after the funny moments, we also get some very cute and sweet moments related to the romance between our two main characters, that make the relationship between both, in some way, realistic.

Give this anime a chance, after all the controversia that generated in Twitter, I really feel like it is something more than a trending topic material


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10 July 2020 (Japan) See more »

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