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Girlfriend Girlfriend Kanojo mo Kanojo 2021

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Girlfriend Girlfriend Kanojo mo Kanojo 2020

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Before watching Girlfriend Girlfriend Kanojo mo Kanojo Here is the Synopsis:

One of the most anticipated romance series, Girlfriend Girlfriend Kanojo mo Kanojo began airing this past June. It’s centered around Naoya Mukai, the harem anime protagonist, and the drama that ensues when he decides to enter a three-way relationship with his current girlfriend, Saki Saki, and his new crush, Nagisa Minase.

After harboring an unrequited love for years, Naoya Mukai finally gets to date his childhood friend, Saki Saki. However, just as he tries to commit himself to this relationship, he receives an abrupt confession from Nagisa Minase.

At first, Naoya tries to reject her but is soon overcome by feelings of not wanting to hurt Nagisa. Trying to avoid betraying his girlfriend’s trust in him, Naoya thinks up a “solution” to make both girls happy—two-timing. Naturally, Saki rebuffs this idea, but through Naoya’s and Nagisa’s persistence, she reluctantly submits.

With this, a three-way affair begins between Naoya, his girlfriend, and his “other” girlfriend, as they develop a relationship that deviates from the social norm.

All Pieces of  Information about Anime Girlfriend Girlfriend Kanojo mo Kanojo :

The official website for the television anime of Hiroyuki’s Girlfriend Girlfriend Kanojo mo Kanojo (Kanojo mo Kanojo) manga announced on Wednesday that the series will premiere on July 2 at 2:25 a.m. (effectively, July 3).

Kodansha Comics began releasing the manga digitally starting on April 6, and it describes the manga Girlfriend Girlfriend Kanojo mo Kanojo:

Naoya just got a girlfriend, the gorgeous Saki-chan, and though their intensities often pit them against each other like ice and fire, they’re totally, uncontrollably in love with each other. He vows never to cheat…when out of the blue he receives another confession! Nagisa’s cute, sweet, and she’s made him lunch to boot!

He knows he can’t cheat, but he can’t let a cutie like this getaway…so he does the logical(?) thing: Asks Saki for permission to date them both! The confidence! The arrogance! The very gall! No matter the outcome, Naoya’s future will be lively!

Satoshi Kuwabara (The Quintessential Quintuplets) is directing the anime Girlfriend Girlfriend Kanojo mo Kanojo at Tezuka ProductionsKeiichirō Ōchi (The Quintessential Quintuplets) is in charge of series of scripts. Akiko Toyoda (Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Dark Side of Dimensions) is designing the characters and serving as chief animation director. Keiichirō ŌchiKazuhiko Inukai, and Mayumi Morita are writing the scripts. Miki Sakurai and Tatsuhiko Saiki are composing the music.

Opening Theme of Girlfriend Girlfriend Kanojo mo Kanojo :
“Fuzaketenaize (ふざけてないぜ)” by Necry Talkie (ネクライトーキー)
Ending Theme of Girlfriend Girlfriend Kanojo mo Kanojo :
“Pinky Hook (ピンキーフック)” by Momo Asakura
Girlfriend Girlfriend Kanojo mo Kanojo

Girlfriend Girlfriend Kanojo mo Kanojo

Interesting Facts about Girlfriend Girlfriend Kanojo mo Kanojo you might want to know:

  • Mirika Was His First Kiss

Manga readers have the advantage of knowing Naoya’s whole story, but those who haven’t read the manga may be unaware that Naoya didn’t share his first kiss with either of his girlfriends. Hoshizaki Rika, also known as Mirika, is a famous video content maker who takes interest in her fellow schoolmate, Naoya.

  • He Waited Over 9 Years To Be Saki’s Boyfriend

The high school sweethearts’ love story began years before they started dating. Their friendship began when they were young children, and Naoya first confessed his love for Saki during their time as first-graders in elementary school.

Saki rejected Naoya and kept him in the friend zone for nearly a decade. During that time, Naoya remained persistent and continuously confessed his feelings for Saki each month. It wasn’t until they entered high school that Saki voiced that the feelings were mutual, and the two became a couple.

  • He Didn’t Know Nagisa Before Her Confession
  • It’s Unclear Whether Or Not He Loves Nagisa
  • He Has Never Lived Alone With Saki Saki

Characters of Anime Girlfriend Girlfriend Kanojo mo Kanojo :

  • Saki, Saki
  • Naoya Mukai
  • Nagisa Minase
  • Rika Hoshizaki
  • Shino Kiryū

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Ratings: How was the first episode of Girlfriend Girlfriend Kanojo mo Kanojo?

Nicholas Dupree
Rating: 4.5/5

As my tenure at ANN can attest, I’m a sucker for a good rom-com, harem, or otherwise. While part of it is just nostalgia for some of the stuff I devoured when I first got into anime and manga (hey there, Rosario + Vampire) it’s also because I like exploring different kinds of romance in fiction, and for whatever reason, modern harem series seem to be rife with different ideas for how to talk about love.

That’s not to say all of them do it well, but still. So when I heard the premise of this redundantly titled show, I was both curious and skeptical. There was room here for, if nothing else, a novel approach to your typical love triangle woes, but there’s also plenty of room for a trashy pile-up of mindless wish fulfillment you usually only see in the secret harem endings of dating sims.

As of this first episode, both those possibilities are still viable endpoints, but if nothing else I laughed a whole lot during this premiere.

Most of that comes down to the genuinely farcical tone of the whole affair – our protagonist Naoya is such an honest and earnest fool that he can’t help but loudly proclaim every stray thought that passes through the hollow walnut he calls a brain, which is either excruciating or charming depending on just how dumb you like your harem focus-points.

More importantly, that earnestness is what keeps this whole premise feeling sincere rather than sleazy. Most other romcom protags would come off as scumbags for proposing they date two girls at once, but this loud-mouthed fool isn’t capable of that kind of two-faced nonsense, and the moment he comes up with the idea he’s rushing off to get permission from both prospective partners.

Is it a realistic or grounded portrayal of how real people enter polyamorous relationships? God no. But in the land of high school anime, it’s a breath of fresh air.

That same sentiment colors much of the rest of this episode, which skips over the expected roadblocks to get this whole scenario into domesticity mode by the 15-minute mark. Rather than being jealous of her new co-Girlfriend, Saki is immediately charmed by Nagisa’s puppy dog demeanor, and all of her objections are about not trusting Naoya’s intentions.

Immediately after all parties agree, they just move in together because fuck it, why not cut out the two episodes of filler it would take to get to this point and just get straight to the awkward phase?

By the time they were negotiating the terms of a hypothetical threesome it almost felt like we’d jumped five episodes ahead. But it works, because the entire appeal of this story is its unconventional premise, so we might as well jump into the deep end. I can’t speak for others, but that’s a move that I both appreciate and found pretty funny.

The biggest immediate issue is the visuals. While the character designs are nice enough, they do feel a tad bland. The only detail that really stuck with me was Naoya’s small and desperate eyes, and considering your harem lead is usually the least memorable character, that’s probably not a great sign.

The animation is likewise serviceable but unexceptional, with a lot of still frames and panning shots in between key moments and dialogue. It’s not awful, but it’s a sign that things probably won’t look too great moving forward.

As for how well this whole thing will reflect on real-life poly relationships, it’s probably best not to expect too much. It’s possible it could be good – after all, Mysterious Girlfriend X managed to be a sincere exploration of sexual boundaries AND a horny comedy built around a drool fetish, so who’s to say this dumbass trio can’t also have something to say about maintaining a healthy polycule?

But at the same time, I know enough about polyamory to know that it’s something that’s both complicated and takes a lot of work, and that’s generally not what these kinds of shows are about. But so long as it manages to stay funny rather than sleazy, I think I’m down for seeing where this whole mess goes.

Richard Eisenbeis
Rating: 3/5

Love triangles are a staple in fiction—just as much as the ever-popular “will they won’t they” trope. Most of the time, it is a question of which boy/girl the main character will choose to be within the end.

But despite a large amount of triangle symbolism in the anime’s opening, that’s not what this anime is really about. What we have here is the story of a guy who suddenly realizes he is poly and has no idea how to go about creating a successful poly relationship.

To steal a quote from Dr. Nerdlove, “polyamory is dating on hard mode.” After all, you’re not only dealing with one other person’s feelings but several people’s—and their feelings towards each other as well. Just stumbling into a poly relationship without doing some serious research and soul searching is all but guaranteed to hurt all parties involved.

And that’s the thing about this anime Girlfriend Girlfriend Kanojo mo Kanojo: I absolutely detest Naoya. He’s horribly unethical about how he goes about starting this poly relationship.

There are many kinds of poly relationships, from ones where there is the main couple and the other people involved are just there for sex to ones where there is an equally physical and emotional relationship between all those involved.

What’s important is that everyone involved understands and agrees on what kind of poly relationship they are in and lays down some serious ground rules to make everyone comfortable.

The big problem here is that Naoya’s unilaterally deciding the shape of the relationship. He’s basically painting things as “if you break up with me over this, I’ll just date her instead” (to Saki) and “if you want to date me, you need to be okay with me dating her as well” (to Nagisa). It’s nothing less than emotional blackmail that forces them into his little poly adventure. Enthusiastic consent this is most certainly not.

Now, there are two mitigating circumstances that make the character possibly redeemable. Firstly, he’s young and has just figured out he is poly. He has no clue what he is doing in an ethical or practical sense.

The second is that he is born and raised in Japan where poly relationships are even more rare and ostracized than in America. He may not even know there are resources out there to educate him on how to do things ethically.

Still, as much as this is being painted as a crazy comedy, I can’t help but see it as a tragedy. The three of them in Girlfriend Girlfriend Kanojo mo Kanojo are learning the hard way what not to do in a poly relationship while still figuring out if they really want to be in one or not.

Reviews about Girlfriend Girlfriend Kanojo mo Kanojo :

Jul 23, 2021
NextUniverse (All reviews)

This anime is a sole reminder to not take harem seriously.

When I first saw Girlfriend Girlfriend Kanojo mo Kanojo reception, and how everyone thought it was cringing or some bs takes up space for no reason, I instantly knew that this was something for me to watch.

For some reason, anything with an illogical nature or dumb premise (or just a low mean score) seems to be frowned upon just because it is dumb and cringe and blue pilled. But some anime is dumb on purpose, so I don’t understand why stupid anime is taken so seriously because that isn’t the way they are meant to be judged upon, Girlfriend Girlfriend Kanojo mo Kanojo is a good example of this.

This anime is ridiculous, follows wacky and over-the-top character behavior with some chemistry going up and down like some kind of deranged trigonometric polynomial function, the story just does whatever the hell it wants, and I really have a feeling it will get even more ridiculous down the line.

But it is all this nonsense that makes Girlfriend Girlfriend Kanojo mo Kanojo so fun to watch. Alongside the production behind this, which seems to have a higher budget and better seiyuus than any harem I can remember. Well, maybe not as good-looking as Oresuki was tho. Girlfriend Girlfriend Kanojo mo Kanojo is genuinely something I look forward to, all in all, it’s alright to like stupid stuff.

In any case, this anime is something you want to watch in this dry season, the same season with some Otome bs I dropped 65 years ago, some fanfic spin-off of ReLife and Sakurasou, and WEP 2.0. I have said what I have needed to say.

Hopefully, this preview has convinced you to watch Girlfriend Girlfriend Kanojo mo Kanojo not as something along the lines of <name of very deep anime is very deep> but as something to sit down and have a laugh at.

10/10 because I laughed. A lot.

No. This is not a satire.
No. I am not trolling.
No. I am not joking.

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