It's an anime short without too many elements.
Far from a plot and complex personalities this anime is crafted with fairly limited resources, however it manages to be quite funny in many ways.
The anime has elements of slice of life with parody humor explaining some stereotypes that Japanese society possesses.
I can not question the quality of the humor, it's very simple, but it's good, it guarantees more of a laugh.
As I said before the resources of this anime are quite limited, but I can highlight it in comparison to other series that have better resources, but they are boring.
Boku no imouto wa Osaka Okan is two brothers, Kyouske of Ishihara and Namika, who have not been seen for ten years due to family cir*banana*stances. The series begins after the two have met, but tell us that Namika has changed a lot. She returns as one of the headlines Osaka Okan, which literally means "Osakan mother". His character portrays multiple stereotypes of the people of Osaka. Although it is an original series, the idea was inspired by two different books entitled Osaka Ruuru and Osaka Okan Ruuru, which describes the stereotyped mother of Osakan and Osakan.
What viewers might notice for the first time about this series is that the animation is quite lacking in modern standards. Produced by the Charaction studio that surprisingly only does flash animation and games, they really have outdone themselves this time around. However, this is only because his earlier efforts were simpler and not as lively as this. Despite this, the general comedy and ridiculousness will keep you entertained until the end. In fact, this is one of the best series of this season, being one that neither fell immediately or avoided altogether.
After completing the anime, I have to say I'm surprised (with a very small "s"). It's a rather cute story about an imouto who returned after 10 years and reuniting with her older brother. From her brother's (protagonist) point of view, she changed a lot; She came back as a hyperactive Osaka-n girl.
Story-wise, it's nothing too extraordinary. Just the usual slice of life I've seen, quite similar to "Pray in Imouto ga Konna or Kawaii Wake ga Nai" in a way because of it's "imouto" concept. Unfortunately, in terms of comedy, it's terrible. Jokes and gags are not hilarious at all. The show teaches the viewers the "rules" on how Osaka-n people talk and their habits. On the plus side, the anime does not have any incest.
Boku no Imouto wa "Osaka Okan" is a series of genre comedy. Have seen my fair share of anime shorts, this was quite possibly one of the most enjoyable ones I seen so far.
Boku no Imouto wa "Osaka Okan" is a show full of humor as it playful shows off and explains numerous stereotypes of people from Osaka.
The animation is not all that impressive and the voice cast is limited as is the case with most shorts, but it still does not take away from the characters or the story. The brother and sister pair well.
Namika (the little sister) is cute, lovable, and 100% Osakan, Kyousuke (the brother) generally goes along to try to make sense of his Osakan little sister, and Kaede (the little sister's best friend) helps round out the cast.
I went into watching this having little to no expectations and upon completion was astounded and highly entertained. This anime short contained likable characters, was very humorous, extremely entertaining, and should watch in my opinion. Trust me, you will not regret it.
This story is not the big deal, it's about the reunion of the protagonist's younger sister, who has become a tsundere of Osaka.
This anime touches the typical topic of incest between siblings, honestly it is not to my liking.
The anime also has fairly common elements of comedy and slice of life, which can be entertaining but nothing more. As well as other stories, it does not have elements that are very remarkable or too complex, it only consists of episodes that are quite short (but necessary, could be a problem if they had a long duration in their chapters), which guarantee some moments of entertainment with moe girls. Although in some episodes the humor is very brief, I can say that the anime may like fans of the slice of life.
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